From: Mark Wilson (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Aug 28 2001 - 11:03:58 EDT
>The context has to be the determiner here. Paul is at pains to say that he
>real, physical Jesus, just like the other apostles. However, his encounter
>came 'out of
>time', as it were, since it was not at the same time as the others
>resurrected Jesus. His was a later delivery.
What caught my attention here was "later delivery."
Does not the word EKTRWMA denote an "early" something,
whether a premature birth, miscarriage, stillborn, or abortion.
I do note that BDAG suggests a "later" idea here as well, but where
are the references to support that. Does this word ever denote
a "later" anything?
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