[Milton-L] another little note

Paul Miller pm9 at comcast.net
Wed Feb 6 00:43:36 EST 2008

The different possible meanings of teleios in the first century may more properly be a question for B-Greek if that list still exists. The teaching of the pericope from 43-48 is be impartial so why would you end it with be something else when the context cries out be impartial?  Lexical arguments can go on for various interpretations but authorial intent and context has to weigh in at some point. 

Paul Miller

So Hills amid the Air encounterd Hills
Hurl'd to and fro with jaculation dire, 
That under ground, they fought in dismal 
shade --- Paradise Lost
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