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  1. WHERE IS THE PROOF THAT JESUS IS GOD ?

    [QUOTE=Omniskeptical;3805021]The equal in moral authority. But since you are an idolater; you don't understand this.

    He was affirming the existence of Abraham, and how comes as the light of a world. You poorly understand the hebrew/aramaic of YHWH as well.

    Two seperate beings are addressed here, and there are no exclamation points in Greek.

    ὃς ἐν μορφῇ θεοῦ, who in the form of the ...

    Updated September 3rd, 2014 at 10:30 PM by Omniskeptical

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  2. Things a Greek Scholar Should Know, But Don't Part 1

    5. There are no mass noun constructions in greek, nor an equivalent to the adjectives, and adverbs of English.
    4.The first aorist is a present tense verb type.
    3. The aorist including a future aorist are all progressive in past and present.
    2. Verbs of the passive voice always have an object which acts on the subject.
    1. The greek article is indefinite article, not a definite article.

    Updated September 3rd, 2014 at 10:32 PM by Omniskeptical

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  3. Things Greek Scholar Should Know, But Don't Part 2

    5. δε never always means then or thus, never but, which is a rendering which will screw up any understanding of a Greek verse.
    4. μεν is always about pre-cause. It is the why of the next wording or sentence.
    3. αυτος means same while ουτος a such thing. εις means a specific thing being both a noun and verb just like ουτος. εκεινος means ...

    Updated September 3rd, 2014 at 10:36 PM by Omniskeptical

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