From: Ted Mann (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Oct 13 2001 - 22:01:47 EDT
Is it significant that John uses EN AUTWi, in Jn. 3:15, but EIS AUTON in the
following verse, even though the phrases are otherwise so similar? That is,
is something meant by the first reference that is not meant by the second?
I understand the textbook difference between the prepositions, but I also
understand that such differences are often treated too rigidly. What's the
case here? Thanks.
Dr. Theodore H. Mann
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