Homer Od. 3. 253-312

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... Alexandro Graecisque exprobrans, mirum in modum allucinatus est, ac se rerum Graecarum prorsus ignarum ostendit. Graecos enim molium fundamenta in mari jecisse, in eisque villas, hortos, balnea, deliciarum causa, aedificasse, qui argumentis certis vincere queat, reor fore neminem. Fac vero, ipsorum nonnullos eo luxuriae progressos, tamen id ante Alexandri Magni tempora fecisse, per bella nunquam fere non gesta, vix verisimile videtur. Gulae potius ventrique dediti, dapes opiparas et symposiorum delicias sectati sunt, eoque nomine et saepissime et vehementissime a comicis objurgati: conf. Homer. Od. lib. II, v. 55 seqq. ; item Horat. Epist. lib. I, 2, v. 27 seq. Nos numerus sumus, et fruges consumere nati, [Col. 1380C] Sponsi Penelopae, nebulones, Alcinoique In cute curanda plus aequo operata juventus; Cui pulchrum fuit in medios dormire dies, et Ad strepitum citharae cessatum ducere curam. Hujusmodi igitur vituperio, quod Graecos ne minimum quidem tangebat, haud dubie turpiter sese dedit Dindymus ille spurius. Quid? quod istis verbis, mihi quidem certe, respicere videtur Horatiana variis locis usurpata; ut Carm. lib. II, Od. 12 ab initio. Jam pauca aratro jugera regiae ... далее ...
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... 1. 2; Plutarch Themistocles 1. 1; Cornelius Nepos 7) Alcibiades ( , 1. 2; but this was not necessary ) Philostratus Vit. soph, pref. 480 (. Noble ancestry) especially from deities (helped define a persons heroic power) Homer II. 20. 215-241 (; it did not, however, guarantee positive outcome in the end) Sallust Cati1. 5. 1 (. 2900 Aune, Environment, 32. 2901 Burridge, Gospels, 178. 2902 Käsemann, Questions, 164; cf. comments on the Logoss mythical language in Kümmel, Theology, 282. 2903 Boice, Witness, 162. 2904 An inclusio surrounding a proem appears in a widely read Greek classic, Homer Od. 1. 1-10, where 1. 1-2 and 1. 10 invoke the Muse to tell the story while 1. 2-9 summarizes the whole books plot, inclusio is frequent) e. g., Catullus 52. 1, 4; 57. 1, 10 (. Cf. also repetition of a refrain in narratives) Judg 17: 6; 18: 1; 19: 1; 21: 25 (; or especially poetry: the wedding invocation to Hymen in Catullus 61. 4-5, 39-40, 49-50, 59-60; 62. 4-5, 10, 19, 25, 31, 38, 48, 66) with to added, 61. 117-118, 137-138, 142-143, 147-148, 152-153, 157-158, 162-163, 167-168, 172-173, 177-178, 182-183 (; the bridal summons) Catullus 61. 96, 106, 113 (; invocation to the Fates) ... далее ...
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... in 3: 14; 6: 53; 8: 40; 12: 23, 34; 13: 31. 10008 Blinzler, Trial, 228–29; cf. Haenchen, John, 2: 181; Brown, Death, 828. 10009 Brownlee, «Whence, » 174. 10010 A familiar accusation; they мая allude in part to Jesus claims to authority to revise the Sabbath law ( 5: 18; cf. Wead, «Law» ) ; but cf. esp. 10: 33. Less probably, Barrett, John, 541, thinks the law of blasphemy is particularly in view. 10011 E. g., Epictetus Diatr. 1. 9. 6; cf. Diogenes Laertius 6. 2. 77, of Diogenes. 10012 See comments on «Son of God» Christology, pp. 291–94. 10013 With Blinzler, Trial, 231. See, e. g., Homer Od. 17. 484–487; Ovid Metam. 5. 451–461; 8. 618–724. 10014 Noted also by others, e. g., Whitacre, John, 450, citing also Calvin. 10015 See most usefully Zeller, «Philosophen. » Boring et a1., Commentary, 304, cite Maximus of Tyre Lectures 3; Philostratus Vit. Apol1. 8. 2; for Socrates, see also Xenophon Mem. 4. 8. 4. 10016 Bammel, «Trial, » 422, citing Sallust Cati1. 52. 10017 E. g., Appian R. H. 11. 7. 41. 10018 Brown, John, 2: 853, following Sherwin-White, «Trial, » 105. 10019 See, e. g., Ferguson, Backgrounds, 50–51; Dodd, Tradition, 105; Brown, John, 2: 885. 10020 Some philosophers ... далее ...

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... Dan? 9: 4; Sir? 2: 15; 4Q176 frg. 16, line 4) . Some might also recall wisdom tradition: love (?????) is the keeping (???????) of Wisdoms laws ( ????? ; Wis 6: 18 ) . 8736 Jesus speaks of «having» and «keeping» the commandments. Jewish teachers debated whether knowing or doing Torah took precedence, but all agreed that both were necessary ( see comment on 7: 17 ) . Given the abundance of ancient literature, it is not difficult to find other examples of selective revelation ( 14: 21; cf. Acts 10: 41 ) . Thus, for example, Odysseus and the dogs witnessed Athene, but Telemachus could not (Homer Od. 16. 159–163) ; perhaps more relevant, Apollo appears only to the good (who must also be great, not lowly; Callimachus Hymns 2 [to Apollo], 9–10) ; likewise, on his peoples behalf, God reveals his glory to all except his people ( 3Macc 6: 18 ) . Some teachers also warned that their most special teachings were only for a select group, like initiates in the Mysteries. 8737 Nevertheless, Jesus selective revelation ( 14: 21 ) has roots in the historical Jesus tradition (e. g., Acts 10: 41; cf. Mark 8: 11–12; Matt 16: 1, 21) . The world is skeptical because Jesus does not manifest ... далее ...
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... Philostratus Vit. Apol1. 1. 9, though it мая reflect dependence on Johns story line. 5794 Brown, John, 1: 208. 5795 That he went to offer a sin offering for the sin from which his malady stemmed is unlikely; if he acknowledged that sin before Jesus reproof ( 5: 14 ) , he probably would have made the offering long before, despite his condition. 5796 One reason listed by ancients for (human) punishment was to teach a criminal not to repeat his crime (Aulus Gellius 7. 14. 2) . Enduring a present evil was also better than facing a worse one (Phaedrus 1. 2. 30–31) , which might be threatened (Homer Od. 18. 107) . On lameness as a judgment, see t. Ber. 6: 3; p. Ber. 9: 1, §16; cf. comment on John 9: 2. 5797 Theissen, Stories, 110, cites Epid. inscr. 7. 5798 Cf. Sir 19: 13. One who repents but sins again has not truly repented ( Sir 34: 26; cf. m. Yoma 8: 8–9 ) . 5799 Whitacre, Polemic, 115; pace Bernard, John, 2: 402, who wrongly regards the intention as benign in both instances; Beck, Paradigm, 90, sees him as a positive witness, but Metzner, «Geheilte, » is correct that he must be a witness against Jesus (in contrast to the man in John 9) . Ancient ethics despised ingratitude ... далее ...
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... 7: 17; 14: 17; ???? in 1 (?) , 31, 33; 7 (?) ; 10: 4–5; 20: 14; 21: 4, 12. 2091??????? in 7: 26; 8: 22, 28; ???? in 19: 10. 2092??????? in 13: 35; 14: 31; 17: 23; ???? in 19: 35; 21: 24. 2093??????? in 6: 69; 21: 17; ???? in 4: 42; 11: 22; 21: 15–17. We define «confessional» broadly here as relating to assertions. 2094 The asterisk is added in this list to indicate cases of double entendre. 2095 In 10: 27; 13: 18, Jesus knows the disciples in this way. 2096 Cf. also 1 John 3: 20; Rev 2: 2, 19; 3: 1, 8, 15 (????) ; 2: 9, 13; contrast 3and 17. 2097 See esp. Carson, Fallacies, 142. 2098 E. g., Homer Od. 4. 26, 44, 63, 138, 156, 235, 291, 316, 391, 561; 5. 378; 10. 266, 419. 2099 E. g., Homer Od. 10. 443, 456, 488, 504; 11. 60, 92, 405, 473, 617; 13. 375; 14. 486. 2100 Menelaus in Homer Od. 15. 64, 87, 155, 167; Nestors son in 15. 199. 2101 Homer Od. 16. 167; 18. 312; 22. 164; 23. 305; 24. 542. 2102 The tendency to bunch together the use of a term in adjacent passages, but to use it rarely elsewhere, was fairly common in early Christian literature as well (see Cadbury, «Features, » 97–100. on Luke-Acts, 101 on 2Corinthians) . 2103 Cf. Manson, Paul and John, 96–97. 2104 Cf. Cullmann, ... далее ...
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... rather than merely individual sayings and stories (Jeremias, Theology, 37–38; Taylor, Mark, 90; cf. Dodd, Preaching, 46–51; idem, Studies, 10) ; while some general arrangements мая have become traditional, however, it remains unclear that Mark drew on connected oral narratives, except perhaps on Q at points. 478 Lewis, History, 43; on a more popular level, cf. the accuracy of the griots basic information in Alex Haleys popular work Roots ( New York: Dell, 1976 ) , 717–25. 479 Anthologists and others felt free to redact sacred cultural texts (e. g., Cicero Nat. d. 3. 16. 42 [concerning Homer Od. 11. 600ff. ; see esp. Cicero LCL 19: 324–25 n. a]; Diogenes Laertius 1. 48: Solon into Homer I1. 2. 557) , philosophical works (e. g., possibly Hierocles in Stobaeus; Malherbe, Exhortation, 85) , although Jewish scribes were quite restrained in practicing this with Scripture (despite an occasional fourth-century Palestinian Amora who reportedly attempted some redaction criticism on Scripture: cf. Lev. Rab. 6: 6; 15: 2) . 480 See Gundry, «Genre, » 102; Witherington, Christology, 22; contrast the older approach of Dibelius, Tradition, 3. Those who transmitted traditions would have ... далее ...
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... travel in antiquity, cf. Sir 31: 9–12; Ramsay, «Roads»; Casson, Travel, 163–96; Friedländer, Life, 1: 268–303, 316–428. Even the rapid spread of the Eastern cults was apparently caused by normal patterns of circulation (Bowers, «Paul, » 320) . 1160 Cicero Part. or. 23. 80; Off. 2. 18. 64; Rhet. ad Herenn. 3. 3. 4; Epictetus Diatr. 1. 28. 23; Demetrius 3. 157; Socrates Ep. 2; Apuleius Metam. 1. 26; Ovid Metam. 10. 224; Greek Anthology 7. 516. 1161 Homer I1. 6. 212–231; 9. 199–220; 13. 624–625; Od. 1. 118–124; 3. 345–358; 4. 26–36; 9. 176; Euripides Cyc1. 125–128, 299–301; E1. 357–363. 1162 Homer Od. 6. 207–208; 9. 478–479; 14. 57–58; Euripides Cyc1. 355; Apollonius of Rhodes 2. 1131–1133; 3. 193. 1163 Goodman, State, 61; pagans also used gymnasia and temples: cf. Hock, Context, 29. 1164 See Ramsay, «Roads, » 393; Friedländer, Life, 1: 293; Casson, Travel, 206–7, 216–18; Virgil Copa33. 1165 Tob 5: 10–15; 7: 8–9; 10: 6–10; Acts 16: 15; Ps. -Phoc. 24; T. Job 10: 1–4; m. Abot 1 (pre-Christian; and probably Shammai in 1: 15) ; 3: 12; b. Ber. 63b (reportedly Tannaitic) ; Gen. Rab. 48: 9; 50: 4; Num. Rab. 10: 5; Song Rab. 1. 3, §3. Travelers normally sought out those of their own ... далее ...
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... 17; 14: 17; οΐδα in 1 (?) , 31, 33; 7 (?) ; 10: 4–5; 20: 14; 21: 4, 12. 2091 Γινώσκω in 7: 26; 8: 22, 28; οΐδα in 19: 10. 2092 Γινώσκω in 13: 35; 14: 31; 17: 23; οΐδα in 19: 35; 21: 24. 2093 Γινώσκω in 6: 69; 21: 17; οΐδα in 4: 42; 11: 22; 21: 15–17. We define «confessional» broadly here as relating to assertions. 2094 The asterisk is added in this list to indicate cases of double entendre. 2095 In 10: 27; 13: 18, Jesus knows the disciples in this way. 2096 Cf. also 1 John 3: 20; Rev 2: 2, 19; 3: 1, 8, 15 (εργα) ; 2: 9, 13; contrast 3and 17. 2097 See esp. Carson, Fallacies, 142. 2098 E. g., Homer Od. 4. 26, 44, 63, 138, 156, 235, 291, 316, 391, 561; 5. 378; 10. 266, 419. 2099 E. g., Homer Od. 10. 443, 456, 488, 504; 11. 60, 92, 405, 473, 617; 13. 375; 14. 486. 2100 Menelaus in Homer Od. 15. 64, 87, 155, 167; Nestors son in 15. 199. 2101 Homer Od. 16. 167; 18. 312; 22. 164; 23. 305; 24. 542. 2102 The tendency to bunch together the use of a term in adjacent passages, but to use it rarely elsewhere, was fairly common in early Christian literature as well (see Cadbury, «Features, » 97–100. on Luke-Acts, 101 on 2Corinthians) . 2103 Cf. Manson, Paul and John, 96–97. 2104 Cf. Cullmann, ... далее ...

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... in 3: 14; 6: 53; 8: 40; 12: 23, 34; 13: 31. 10008 Blinzler, Trial, 228–29; cf. Haenchen, John, 2: 181; Brown, Death, 828. 10009 Brownlee, «Whence, » 174. 10010 A familiar accusation; they мая allude in part to Jesus claims to authority to revise the Sabbath law ( 5: 18; cf. Wead, «Law» ) ; but cf. esp. 10: 33. Less probably, Barrett, John, 541, thinks the law of blasphemy is particularly in view. 10011 E. g., Epictetus Diatr. 1. 9. 6; cf. Diogenes Laertius 6. 2. 77, of Diogenes. 10012 See comments on «Son of God» Christology, pp. 291–94. 10013 With Blinzler, Trial, 231. See, e. g., Homer Od. 17. 484–487; Ovid Metam. 5. 451–461; 8. 618–724. 10014 Noted also by others, e. g., Whitacre, John, 450, citing also Calvin. 10015 See most usefully Zeller, «Philosophen. » Boring et a1., Commentary, 304, cite Maximus of Tyre Lectures 3; Philostratus Vit. Apol1. 8. 2; for Socrates, see also Xenophon Mem. 4. 8. 4. 10016 Bammel, «Trial, » 422, citing Sallust Cati1. 52. 10017 E. g., Appian R. H. 11. 7. 41. 10018 Brown, John, 2: 853, following Sherwin-White, «Trial, » 105. 10019 See, e. g., Ferguson, Backgrounds, 50–51; Dodd, Tradition, 105; Brown, John, 2: 885. 10020 Some philosophers ... далее ...
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