From: Solomon Landers (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Feb 20 2002 - 15:44:03 EST
The text: hHN KAIROIS IDIAS DEIXEI hO MAKARIOS KAI MONOS DUNASTHS hO
BASILEUS TWN BASILEUONTWN KAI KURIOS TWN KURIEUONTWN hO MONOS ECWN
AQANASIAN FWS OIKWN APROSITON hON EIDEN OUDEIS ANQRWPWN OUDE IDEIN DUNATAI
hW TIMH KAI KRATOS AIWNION AMHN.
Many Bible translations and commentaries have God as the referent here;
others apply the words to Jesus. Is there a "preponderence of evidence"
among these titles and descriptions that tip decisively in one direction
or the other, or is it a judgment call?
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