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Let's combine some Hebrew with some Greek. BDB and Gesenius have interesting comparisions between Isaiah 44:24 and John 5:30.
Gesenius page 94
BDB page 86-87
Notice that both BDB and Gesenius cite John 5:30. What about the Greek?
[BDAG APO page 107]:
Notice that in Isaiah 44:24 Jehovah says he does all things "of himself" but that Jesus said he had never done anything in that manner?
Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament by Frederick William Danker on J 1:1b; 20:28; 1 J 5:20b; Hb 1:8 -- in connection w. these four passages s. instruction by Jesus in 2 below” which is “—2 of humans who enjoy special status and esteem J 10:34, 35a.” Bauer-Danker-Arndt-Gingrich, financed by the Lutheran Missouri Synod, eliminates many Trinitarian proofs: 1John 5:20;Isaiah 44:24;Romans 9:5;Rev 3:14;John 1:1;John 8:58;Titus 2:13;Col 1:15 Dan Wallace, Greek Grammar and the Personality of the Holy Spirit, page 125 Bulletin for Biblical Research 13.1 (2003):"It is not enough to say either that the Spirit is presented as personal or that he is sometimes not distinguished from God (as in Acts 5:3-4). What also must be done is (1) a clear demonstration that language about the Spirit’s personality cannot be due to figurative rhetoric or circumlocution of the divine name, and (2) that where he is viewed as personal he is also viewed as deity, yet, (3) in those same texts, is seen as distinct from both Father and Son."
More cute sayings that don't answer a word that anybody said? Anyway mickiel, do you have any evidence that the Christianity of the church father era is any different, in terms of teachings, from the...
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