Thank you for pointing out my errors.  I should have researched metnoia further before posting any info.  Sorry.

Keith Trump II

>From: "Maurice A. O'Sullivan"
>To: "Keith Trump"
>CC: Biblical Greek
>Subject: Re: [b-greek] Re: METANOIA
>Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2001 17:59:48 +0100
>
>At 16:44 24/08/01, Keith Trump wrote:
>
>
>>metanoia is used to express a change of action.
>>A definate turning from that which is evil to that which is good
>>[see
>>Acts3:19 & 26:20]
>
>In both these NT examples, there are _two_ verbs : first, _repent
>_and
>THEN _turn_
>
>>Although this exact word is not used in the LXX
>
>Actually there are 7 occurrences:
>Pr 14:15
> Odes of Solomon 12:9 (twice)
> Sir 44:16
> Wis 11:23 ; 12:10 ; 12:19
>
>You will notice that the only reference above which applies to the
>Hebrew
>Bible is in Proverbs -- and this is a subject of dispute cf. the
>discussion
>of this point in the _very_ long article in TDNT
>
>
>
>Maurice A. O'Sullivan
>[Bray, Ireland]
>mauros@iol.ie
>
>" With computers we can now misinterpret Scripture at speeds never
>before
>possible"
>


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