- ... Because his conclusion was right in light of what he knew and saw. As to Mary Magdalene, it s not relevant in this case if she was right or wrong. ...Message 1 of 16 , Aug 16, 2001View SourceOn Sun, 12 Aug 2001, Horace Jeffery Hodges wrote:
> > > It would nevertheless mean that their conclusionBecause his conclusion was right in light of what he knew and saw. As to
> > > was wrong and that Mary Magdalene was wrong
> To which, you responded:
> > I don't see it this way.
> Why not?
Mary Magdalene, it's not relevant in this case if she was right or wrong.
> > But the fact that Zacharias uses "credidit" goesBecause he probably knew Latin better than I.
> > contrary to your opinion.
> You'll have to explain why. Perhaps this is your
> > It seems that Zacharias thought that the word
> > credidit/pisteuo was appropriate in the context in
> > which it's used in the passage he quoted. I agree
> > with Zacharias.
> Assuming that Zacharias thought about this point and
> that you're correct about what he thought, why do you
> agree with him?
> > If you think that the Pepys and Zacharias documentsSo then how do you know it was later editing if you don't know how and
> > both reflect later editing, when do you think this
> > was done? And also, in your view, was it done
> > independently by both writers?
> I don't know the answer to either question
when it was done?
Basically, Jeffery, you seem to be arguing that one word rather than
another is more appropriate in the context of a certain verse. But surely
this is a matter of opinion. I think we can agree to disagree about this,
and I'm willing to let you have the last word on this subject.
Yuri Kuchinsky -=O=- http://www.trends.ca/~yuku
The goal proposed by Cynic philosophy is apathy, which is
equivalent to becoming God -=O=- Julian
- Yuri, ... In the strictest sense of the term, I don t know because I haven t studied the issue. I was, primarily, raising questions that you would need toMessage 2 of 16 , Aug 16, 2001View SourceYuri,
> So then how do you know it was later editing if youIn the strictest sense of the term, I don't know
> don't know how and when it was done?
because I haven't studied the issue. I was, primarily,
raising questions that you would need to investigate
and answer in order to tighten your arguments. This is
how I see the purpose of scholarly listserves such as
this one, and it's why I have tried to participate in
discussions whenever I felt that I had something to
say or a question to raise.
> Basically, Jeffery, you seem to be arguing that oneThat's correct.
> word rather than another is more appropriate in the
> context of a certain verse.
> But surely this is a matter of opinion.Some opinions are better grounded than others. I have
given my grounds, and those grounds would need to be
> I think we can agree to disagree about this, and I'mI rarely have that honor.
> willing to let you have the last word on this
Assistant Professor Horace Jeffery Hodges
Hanshin University (Korean Theological University)
447-791 Kyunggido Osan-City
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