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... Life, 274; Jos. Asen. 7: 1. 8090 Children in Hierocles Parents 4. 25. 53 (Malherbe, Exhortation, 92–93) . 8091 T. Ab. 3: 7, 9A; 3: 6–8B (Abraham to Michael) . 8092 Thomas, Footwashing, 35–40. 8093 Ibid., 46–50. 8094 See Niemand, «Fusswaschung»; Hultgren, «Footwashing. » 8095 Gen. Rab. 60: 8. A donkey owner had to wash a donkeys feet (Epictetus Diatr. 1. 19. 5) . Cf. Hierocles, p. 58. 27–30 = Stobaeus Eel 4. 25. 53 (Van der Horst, «Hierocles, » 157) . 8096 Barrett, John, 440, cites Mek. Nez. 1 on Exod 21to argue that Jewish, unlike Gentile, slaves were exempted from such labor ( also Beasley-Murray, John, 233 ) ; but cf. also comment on 1: 27. 8097 Homer Od. 19. 344–348, 353–360, 376, 505. 8098 Homer Od. 19. 388–393; for compulsory servitude, e. g., Apollodorus Epitome 1. 2. 8099 See Thomas, Footwashing, 40–41. This may have been limited by some to Gentile slaves only (see note 48) . 8100 See Thomas, Footwashing, 50–55. 8101 Ibid., 115. 8102 E. g., Apollonius of Rhodes 1. 363–364. 8103 It was less common in Greco-Roman thought, though not absent even there (see Lincoln, Ephesians, 235, citing Josephus War 4. 494; Epictetus Diatr. 1. 9. 10; 3. 24. 56; see esp. Good, King) ... далее ...
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... strength ( 52: 13 ) and of only Israels sufferings ( 53: 3-4 ) . 7945 Lightfoot, Gospel, 253; Menken, «Zitates. » 7946 Barrett, John, 431, suggesting, probably rightly, that John may quote loosely from memory. 7947 See Lindars, Apologetic, 159. Other, analogous prophetic texts likewise appear in early Christian apologetic ( cf., e. g., in Rom 11: 8 ) . 7948 Evans, «Isaiah 6: 9-10, » also noting that church fathers found in it a predestinarian emphasis. Hollenbach, «Irony, » suggests that the language is ironic because Isaiahs Judah and Johns «Jews» do not wish to turn or see. 7949 Also Beasley-Murray, John, 216. 7950 In the NT as a whole, it appears 26 times, especially in Luke-Acts (15 times) ; and 61 times in the LXX. 7951 E. g., T. Dan 2: 2, 4; T. Jos. 7: 5; T. Levi 13 (associated with hardness, as here) ; Seneca Ep. Luci1. 50. 3; Benef. 5. 25. 5-6; Epictetus Diatr. 1. 18. 4; 2. 20. 37; 2. 24. 19; 4. 6. 18; Marcus Aurelius 4. 29. For classical parallels, see Renehan, «Quotations, » 20 (though noting that the NT source is the OT— «Quotations, » 21) . 7952 Isa 29: 9-10; 44: 18; Plato Laws 5. 728B; Cicero Tusc. 1. 30. 72; Epictetus Diatr. 1. 12. 21f. ; Jub. 21: 22; Wis ... далее ...
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... strength ( 52: 13 ) and of only Israels sufferings ( 53: 3–4 ) . 7945 Lightfoot, Gospel, 253; Menken, «Zitates. » 7946 Barrett, John, 431, suggesting, probably rightly, that John мая quote loosely from memory. 7947 See Lindars, Apologetic, 159. Other, analogous prophetic texts likewise appear in early Christian apologetic ( cf., e. g., in Rom? 11: 8 ) . 7948 Evans, «Isaiah 6: 9–10, » also noting that church fathers found in it a predestinarian emphasis. Hollenbach, «Irony, » suggests that the language is ironic because Isaiahs Judah and Johns «Jews» do not wish to turn or see. 7949 Also Beasley-Murray, John, 216. 7950 In the NT as a whole, it appears 26 times, especially in Luke-Acts (15 times) ; and 61 times in the LXX. 7951 E. g., T. Dan 2: 2, 4; T. Jos. 7: 5; T. Levi 13 (associated with hardness, as here) ; Seneca Ep. Luci1. 50. 3; Benef. 5. 25. 5–6; Epictetus Diatr. 1. 18. 4; 2. 20. 37; 2. 24. 19; 4. 6. 18; Marcus Aurelius 4. 29. For classical parallels, see Renehan, «Quotations, » 20 (though noting that the NT source is the OT– «Quotations, » 21) . 7952 Isa 29: 9–10; 44: 18; Plato Laws 5. 728B; Cicero Tusc. 1. 30. 72; Epictetus Diatr. 1. 12. 21f. ; Jub. 21: 22; Wis ... далее ...

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... Spirit, 68; Talbert, John, 99 (Talbert also cites useful works by Léon-Dufour, «Reading»; Summers, «Born») . 4912 Among epexegetic uses of και. (usually with specifying force) , Blass, Debrunner, and Funk, Grammar, 229, §442, cite 1Cor 2: 2; 3: 5; 6: 6, 8; 8: 12; 12: 27-28; 15: 38. 4913 Bürge, Community, 166; Dunn, Baptism, 192, citing 4: 23-24; 6: 63; cf. the repetition of synonyms in 12: 49. 4914 Calvin, John, 1: 110-11 ( on John 3: 5 ) , disagreeing with most earlier commentators and citing accurately both the grammar and other water images for the Spirit ( e. g., Matt 3: 11 ) . See also Beasley-Murray, John, 48 (citing Origen Comm. Jo. 2. 249ff. ; Calvin, John, 1: 64-65) , though Beasley-Murray himself finds such interpretations dubious. 4915 So Belleville, «Born, » 134-35, though she argues that the terms together refer to the dual work of Gods Spirit, the «Spirit» here being Gods nature imparted by the Spirit (p. 140) , the water here being the Spirits purifying work ( 140; followed by Carson, Fallacies, 42 ) . Westcott, John, 49, argues that «water» and «Spirit» are separate. 4916 So Lee, Narratives, 44-45. 4917 Cf. similarly Calvin, John, 1: 111. For spiritual ... далее ...
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... strength ( 52: 13 ) and of only Israels sufferings ( 53: 3–4 ) . 7945 Lightfoot, Gospel, 253; Menken, «Zitates. » 7946 Barrett, John, 431, suggesting, probably rightly, that John мая quote loosely from memory. 7947 See Lindars, Apologetic, 159. Other, analogous prophetic texts likewise appear in early Christian apologetic ( cf., e. g., in Rom 11: 8 ) . 7948 Evans, «Isaiah 6: 9–10, » also noting that church fathers found in it a predestinarian emphasis. Hollenbach, «Irony, » suggests that the language is ironic because Isaiahs Judah and Johns «Jews» do not wish to turn or see. 7949 Also Beasley-Murray, John, 216. 7950 In the NT as a whole, it appears 26 times, especially in Luke-Acts (15 times) ; and 61 times in the LXX. 7951 E. g., T. Dan 2: 2, 4; T. Jos. 7: 5; T. Levi 13 (associated with hardness, as here) ; Seneca Ep. Luci1. 50. 3; Benef. 5. 25. 5–6; Epictetus Diatr. 1. 18. 4; 2. 20. 37; 2. 24. 19; 4. 6. 18; Marcus Aurelius 4. 29. For classical parallels, see Renehan, «Quotations, » 20 (though noting that the NT source is the OT– «Quotations, » 21) . 7952 Isa 29: 9–10; 44: 18; Plato Laws 5. 728B; Cicero Tusc. 1. 30. 72; Epictetus Diatr. 1. 12. 21f. ; Jub. 21: 22; Wis ... далее ...
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... Life, 274; Jos. Asen. 7: 1. 8090 Children in Hierocles Parents 4. 25. 53 ( Malherbe, Exhortation, 92-93 ) . 8091 T. Ab. 3: 7, 9A; 3: 6-8B (Abraham to Michael) . 8092 Thomas, Footwashing, 35-40. 8093 Ibid., 46-50. 8094 See Niemand, «Fusswaschung»; Hultgren, «Footwashing. » 8095 Gen. Rab. 60: 8. A donkey owner had to wash a donkeys feet (Epictetus Diatr. 1. 19. 5) . Cf. Hierocles, p. 58. 27-30 = Stobaeus Eel 4. 25. 53 (Van der Horst, «Hierocles, » 157) . 8096 Barrett, John, 440, cites Mek. Nez. 1 on Exod 21to argue that Jewish, unlike Gentile, slaves were exempted from such labor ( also Beasley-Murray, John, 233 ) ; but cf. also comment on 1: 27. 8097 Homer Od. 19. 344-348, 353-360, 376, 505. 8098 Homer Od. 19. 388-393; for compulsory servitude, e. g., Apollodorus Epitome 1. 2. 8099 See Thomas, Footwashing, 40-41. This may have been limited by some to Gentile slaves only (see note 48) . 8100 See Thomas, Footwashing, 50-55. 8101 Ibid., 115. 8102 E. g., Apollonius of Rhodes 1. 363-364. 8103 It was less common in Greco-Roman thought, though not absent even there (see Lincoln, Ephesians, 235, citing Josephus War 4. 494; Epictetus Diatr. 1. 9. 10; 3. 24. 56; see esp. Good, ... далее ...
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... Life, 274; Jos. Asen. 7: 1. 8090 Children in Hierocles Parents 4. 25. 53 (Malherbe, Exhortation, 92–93) . 8091 T. Ab. 3: 7, 9A; 3: 6–8B (Abraham to Michael) . 8092 Thomas, Footwashing, 35–40. 8093 Ibid., 46–50. 8094 See Niemand, «Fusswaschung»; Hultgren, «Footwashing. » 8095 Gen. Rab. 60: 8. A donkey owner had to wash a donkeys feet (Epictetus Diatr. 1. 19. 5) . Cf. Hierocles, p. 58. 27–30 = Stobaeus Eel 4. 25. 53 (Van der Horst, «Hierocles, » 157) . 8096 Barrett, John, 440, cites Mek. Nez. 1 on Exod 21to argue that Jewish, unlike Gentile, slaves were exempted from such labor ( also Beasley-Murray, John, 233 ) ; but cf. also comment on 1: 27. 8097 Homer Od. 19. 344–348, 353–360, 376, 505. 8098 Homer Od. 19. 388–393; for compulsory servitude, e. g., Apollodorus Epitome 1. 2. 8099 See Thomas, Footwashing, 40–41. This мая have been limited by some to Gentile slaves only (see note 48) . 8100 See Thomas, Footwashing, 50–55. 8101 Ibid., 115. 8102 E. g., Apollonius of Rhodes 1. 363–364. 8103 It was less common in Greco-Roman thought, though not absent even there (see Lincoln, Ephesians, 235, citing Josephus War 4. 494; Epictetus Diatr. 1. 9. 10; 3. 24. 56; see esp. Good, King) ... далее ...
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... hlxxviii. 1144 See, e. g., Setzer, Responses, 165. 1145 Brownlee, «Whence, » 191. 1146 Burney, Origin, 127–28, proposes this provenance because he suspects that the Fourth Gospel was written in Aramaic. 1147 One мая peruse both CPJ and CIJ for such Greek papyri and inscriptions, although native Egyptians could also use Demotic script. 1148 Frenschkowski, «Indizien. » 1149 E. g., Boring, Sayings, 50. 1150 As pointed out by, e. g., Smith, Johannine Christianity, 22. 1151 Culpepper, Anatomy, 216–18. 1152 Boring, Sayings, 28, following Satake, Gemeindeordnung, and citing also M. Rissi. 1153 Cf. also Beasley-Murray, John, xlvi; Bruce, Peter, 121–22) citing early evidence from Polycrates in Eusebius Hist. ecc1. 3. 31. 3–4; 5. 24. 2 (; Aune, Revelation, p. L. Aune, Revelation, 164, cites Inscriptiones Graecae ad res Romanas 4. 1431. 29 and CIJ 2. 742. 29 to argue that Judean immigration to Smyrna continued in the second century. Other immigrants included Egyptians, bringing and spreading their own worship) Walters, «Religions, » 281–309, esp. 283, 304 (. Ephesuss first-century population of at least 100, 000 swelled through heavy immigration into the second century) White, ... далее ...
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... Spirit, 68; Talbert, John, 99 (Talbert also cites useful works by Léon-Dufour, «Reading»; Summers, «Born») . 4912 Among epexegetic uses of και. (usually with specifying force) , Blass, Debrunner, and Funk, Grammar, 229, §442, cite 1Cor 2: 2; 3: 5; 6: 6, 8; 8: 12; 12: 27–28; 15: 38. 4913 Bürge, Community, 166; Dunn, Baptism, 192, citing 4: 23–24; 6: 63; cf. the repetition of synonyms in 12: 49. 4914 Calvin, John, 1: 110–11 ( on John 3: 5 ) , disagreeing with most earlier commentators and citing accurately both the grammar and other water images for the Spirit ( e. g., Matt 3: 11 ) . See also Beasley-Murray, John, 48 (citing Origen Comm. Jo. 2. 249ff. ; Calvin, John, 1: 64–65) , though Beasley-Murray himself finds such interpretations dubious. 4915 So Belleville, «Born, » 134–35, though she argues that the terms together refer to the dual work of Gods Spirit, the «Spirit» here being Gods nature imparted by the Spirit (p. 140) , the water here being the Spirits purifying work ( 140; followed by Carson, Fallacies, 42 ) . Westcott, John, 49, argues that «water» and «Spirit» are separate. 4916 So Lee, Narratives, 44–45. 4917 Cf. similarly Calvin, John, 1: 111. For spiritual ... далее ...

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... «same sectarian, separatist trend» which characterized Qumran also quickly separated Christianity from the rest of Judaism) 36 (. 1628 Allen, «Church, » 91–92; Kysar, Evangelist, 149, 156; idem, «Vectors, » 366; Manns, «Réponse. » For rabbinic authority at Yavneh, see Bowman, Gospel, 25. 1629 Wrede, Origin, 83–84. Ashton, Understanding, 108, cites far earlier Aberle, «Zweck») 1861 (. 1630 See Neusner, Beginning, 30. 1631 Baum, Jews, 105, although he probably implicitly identifies the leaders of the synagogue too closely with Pharisaism. 1632 John 1: 43; 2: 1; 4: 3, 43; 7: 1, 9; etc. 1633 Cf. also Beasley-Murray, John, xlvii. See comments in Setzer, Responses, 101, 114–15. 1634 Visotzky, «Prolegomenon. » The archaeological data encourage a more positive picture of Jewish Christians with their neighbors, but so far sheds little light on the polemic reported from various documentary sources. 1635 Concurring with Urbach, Sages, 1: 303; pace Davies, Sermon, 89–90. 1636 The proposal that Simeon ben Zoma converted to Christianity) Levey, «Secret» (has been hotly disputed) Zeitlin, «Plague»; against Elisha ben Abuyás conversion, see Ayali, «Apostasie» (. 1637 See Abot R. Nat. 2 A; Abot ... далее ...
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