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  • Dear Marty, It was not long ago that I heard someone say that 'pros ton theon' could be understood - and probably should in this case - as 'face to face with God'. I can't remember his source and I'd rather not have to find it. This would seem to be a difficult way to read it each time 'pros ton theon' is used, though perhaps not impossible. A couple of interesting instances where...
    Kym Smith Dec 28, 2008
  • ...was contained in one or more of the three later gospels. Sincerely, Kym Smith St Luke's Anglican Church Adelaide South Australia khs@^$1 [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Kym Smith Feb 11, 2007
  • ...will let you – and the list – know when it is ready. Best wishes, Kym Smith St Luke's Anglican Church Adelaide South Australia khs@^$1 --- In johannine_literature@^$2, Peter Hofrichter wrote: > > Dear Kim, > after some years of silence and observation only an...
    Kym Smith Dec 13, 2006
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  • ...in my last message and have only, since then, completed the book. Kym Smith St Luke's Anglican Church Adelaide South Australia khs@^$1 --- In johannine_literature@^$2, Peter Kirby wrote: > > What has been written on this in, say, the last five years or so? I...
    Kym Smith Dec 11, 2006
  • ...single narrative was actually the Gospel of John, but I won't defend that for a month or two. Kym Smith Adelaide South Australia khs@^$1
    Kym Smith Dec 1, 2006
  • Dear Marco, Just one lttle snippet from your letter. << >> It may not be a gospel but the very process you deny must have happened with the letter from the Jerusalem Council (Acts 15:22-29). There is no reason why a group could not have shared thoughts and worked coopreatively on a gospel like happens every day with all manner of books, reports, etc. Kym Smith Adelaide South Australia khs@^$1
    Kym Smith Dec 1, 2006
  • Bob, Thank you. Imagine vertical and horizontal axes, cross-shaped. From the top, the first six micro-chiasms (1:1-51) on the vertical axis represent the head (the head of a man - cf. Rev 13:18). Then, on the horizontal axis, are the the forty-one structures from 2:1 - 11:44. These make up the hands. There are thirteen various-sized micro-structures in the Signs and Discourses...
    Kym Smith Nov 28, 2006
  • ...It would be reasonable for me also to advise the list of who it is to whom I've sent my book. Kym Smith Adelaide South Australia khs@^$1 --- In johannine_literature@^$2, Bob MacDonald wrote: > > The structure is far more complex than can be managed in a chiasm...
    Kym Smith Nov 26, 2006
  • Dear Marco and others My belief is that John was written not by the beloved disciple alone, but by around half a dozen disciples and other eyewitnesses under his direction. The gospel was issued under his name – i.e. John (son of Zebedee) as per (or at least something similar to the recollection of ) the Muratorian Canon. It is the group, the `we', then, who testifies to the...
    Kym Smith Nov 22, 2006
  • ...obedience of the last (as per Rom 5:12f). Best wishes, Kym Smith Locum Tenens The Anglican Parish of the Barossa South Australia khs@^$1 --- In johannine_literature@^$2, Tom Butler wrote: > > Mark and Listers, > I'm wondering if anyone on the list has considered...
    Kym Smith Nov 22, 2005