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The Gospel of John, Jesus' return and presence. ...Искать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... eight uses of δείκνυμι in Revelation are apocalyptic, but many of the seven uses in John are visible to the eye) 5: 20; 10: 32; 20: 20 (, suggesting a request for a visible theophany) Boice, Witness, 33–34 (. Cf. pagan petitions for the invisible supreme deity to make himself manifest) Plutarch Isis 9, Mor. 354D (. 8489 In Philo Spec. Laws 1. 41 and Posterity 16, Moses request becomes, εμφάνισαν μοι σαυτόν; Philo may have also viewed Moses prophetic ecstasy as milder than Abrahams or Balaams) Levison, «Prophecy in Philo» (. For Israels desire to see God at the giving of the law, see, e. g., Exod. Rab. 41: 3. 8490 For Philo, one could see God only if God manifested himself) Abraham 80; cf. Posterity 16 (; cf. Wis 1) God εμφανίζεται himself to those who do not disbelieve him (. 8491 Philo Abraham 77. 8492 Philo Spec. Laws 1. 41, 45. 8493 Philo Alleg. Interp. 3. 100–101. 8494 DeConick, Mystics, 69–73, thinks that John 14: 3–7 polemicizes against vision mysticism; she argues the same for John 14: 20–23 on pp. 73–77. 8495 For the Son acting only at the Fathers will, see further comment on 5: 19, 30. «The words I speak to you» reflects consistent Johannine idiom) 6: 63 (. 8496 ... далее ...
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... 23; 7: 13; 8: 10; 9: 6, 23; 10: 11; 11: 9, 17, 21, 31; 12: 1, 9; 13: 12; 15: 4, 7; 16: 5, 18, 20; 17: 2, 14; 18: 9; 19: 1, 2, 8, 10, 14; 20: 14, 16; 21: 1, 23; 24: 4; 25: 15, 19; 26: 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 15; 27: 2-3; 28LXX; 28: 8, 11, 52, 53; 30LXX; 30: 20; 31: 7; 31LXX; 32: 49; 34: 4; cf. 2: 5, 9, 19. This represents a majority of the occurrences of δίδωμι in Deuteronomy (also frequent in Exodus, e. g., 6: 4, 8; 12: 25; 13: 5; 33: 1; and elsewhere) . 5068 E. g., Josephus Ant. 4. 318; notably among the rabbis, who emphasized Torah (Sipre Deut. 32. 5. 10; b. Ber. 5a; Ned. 38a; p. Hag. 3: 5, §1; Exod. Rab. 1: 1; Lev. Rab. 35: 8; Num. Rab. 19: 33) . 5069 Strikingly, moralists could recommend being discriminating in choosing to whom to give gifts; they should not be given randomly to anyone (Seneca Benef. 1. 1. 2) . 5070 Lee, Religion, 53-54. 5071 E. g., Burkert, Religion, 74-75; Ferguson, Backgrounds, 118, 147-48. Traditional African religions rarely speak of Gods love; but as in African relations, love is more something to demonstrate than to speak about (Mbiti, Religions, 49) . 5072 E. g., Homer Il. 1. 86; 5. 61; 22. 216. Occasionally this is explicitly tied to their sacrifices ( ... далее ...
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... eight uses of δείκνυμι in Revelation are apocalyptic, but many of the seven uses in John are visible to the eye) 5: 20; 10: 32; 20: 20 (, suggesting a request for a visible theophany) Boice, Witness, 33-34 (. Cf. pagan petitions for the invisible supreme deity to make himself manifest) Plutarch Isis 9, Mor. 354D (. 8489 In Philo Spec. Laws 1. 41 and Posterity 16, Moses request becomes, εμφάνισαν μοι σαυτόν; Philo may have also viewed Moses prophetic ecstasy as milder than Abrahams or Balaams) Levison, «Prophecy in Philo» (. For Israels desire to see God at the giving of the law, see, e. g., Exod. Rab. 41: 3. 8490 For Philo, one could see God only if God manifested himself) Abraham 80; cf. Posterity 16 (; cf. Wis 1) God εμφανίζεται himself to those who do not disbelieve him (. 8491 Philo Abraham 77. 8492 Philo Spec. Laws 1. 41, 45. 8493 Philo Alleg. Interp. 3. 100-101. 8494 DeConick, Mystics, 69-73, thinks that John 14: 3-7 polemicizes against vision mysticism; she argues the same for John 14: 20—23 on pp. 73-77. 8495 For the Son acting only at the Fathers will, see further comment on 5: 19, 30. «The words I speak to you» reflects consistent Johannine idiom) 6: 63 (. 8496 ... далее ...

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The Gospel of John, Preliminary Introduction - ...Искать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... 17b (. Many may have literally agreed, however, with the Tannaitic tradition that a person would first give account in the judgment for Torah study) b. Sanh. 7a (. The importance of Torah study appears in many other Amoraic texts) e. g., b. Menah. 110a; Ro š Haš. 4a; Šabb. 83b; Exod. Rab. 41: 7; see further references in Patte, Hermeneutic, 25–26 (. 3130 Sandmel, Genius, 47. Translations regularly speak of the «revelation» at Sinai) e. g., in Sipra Sav pq. 18. 97. 1. 4; Sipra Taz. par. 1. 121. 1. 6; b. Hag. 6a, in purported discussion of the Schools of Shammai and Hillel; Gen. Rab. 34: 9; Exod. Rab. 28: 5; Num. Rab. 7: 1; Deut. Rab. 4: 7; 10: 5; 15: 5; Num. Rab. 13: 15–16; Song Rab. 1: 2, §5; 1: 3, §2; cf. Abot R. Nat. 3 A; Sipra Behuq. par. 2. 264. 1. 1; Sipre Deut. 335. 1. 1 (the «threads» probably represent what is actually written, and the «mountains» the meanings drawn from them by the sages) ; Boring et a1., Commentary, 102 cites Seder Eliahu Zuta 2. Thus not only later Scripture ( e. g., Esther in p. Meg. 1: 5, §3 ) was revealed on Sinai, but also the correct rabbinic interpretations implicit in Torah (b. Ber. 5a; Meg. 19b; cf. Urbach, Sages, 1: 304) . On oral ... далее ...
The Gospel of John, The Final Word. 1:1-18 - ...Искать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... 15: 4. 3404 11Q5 27. 2. 3405 1 En. 48 (from the Similitudes, alluding to Isa 42: 6; 49: 6) ; the eschatological high priest in lQSb 4. 27; and Amoraic sources in Pesiq. Rab Kah. Sup. 6: 5; Gen. Rab. 1: 6; 85: 1; Pesiq. Rab. 2 (the temple in the messianic era; citing Isa 60: 1) ; 3 (fifth century, citing Jer 17: 12; Ezek 43: 2) . 3409 1QH 7. 24–25; 4 Bar. 9: 3; L. A. B. 12: 9; L. A. E. 28: 2; T. Zeb. 9 ( paraphrasing Mai 4: 2 ) ; PGM 4. 1219–1222; perhaps 4Q451, frg. 24, line 7; cf. Sib. Or. 3: 285; b. Menah. 88b (late second century) ; Gen. Rab. 3 (third century, citing Ps 104: 2; also in Exod. Rab. 50: 1) ; Gen. Rab. 59 ( citing Isa 60: 19 ) ; Num. Rab. 15: 2; Pesiq. Rab. 8 ( citing Ps 27: 1; 119: 105 ) ; 21 ( citing Isa 60: 19 ) ; Rev 21: 23. In rabbinic texts, this often alludes to the Shekinah (the divine presence, closely connected with his glory, although Urbach, Sages, 1: 44–47, disputes Abelsons view of its physical nuances) , e. g., Sipre Num. 41. 1. 1; b. Ber. 60b; the Shekinah of the first exodus is also depicted as light (e. g., Wis 17; 18: 1–3; b. Menah. 86b; Exod. Rab. 14: 3) . 3410 Wis 6: 12; 7: 26, 29–30; 1QS 2. 3; 11. 5–6; 1QM 1. 8; 4 Ezra 14: 20–21; cf. ... далее ...
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... 15: 4. 3404 11Q5 27. 2. 3405 1 En. 48 (from the Similitudes, alluding to Isa 42: 6; 49: 6) ; the eschatological high priest in lQSb 4. 27; and Amoraic sources in Pesiq. Rab Kah. Sup. 6: 5; Gen. Rab. 1: 6; 85: 1; Pesiq. Rab. 2 (the temple in the messianic era; citing Isa 60: 1) ; 3 (fifth century, citing Jer 17: 12; Ezek 43: 2) . 3409 1QH 7. 24-25; 4 Bar. 9: 3; L. A. B. 12: 9; L. A. E. 28: 2; T. Zeb. 9 ( paraphrasing Mai 4: 2 ) ; PGM 4. 1219-1222; perhaps 4Q451, frg. 24, line 7; cf. Sib. Or. 3: 285; b. Menah. 88b (late second century) ; Gen. Rab. 3 (third century, citing Ps 104: 2; also in Exod. Rab. 50: 1) ; Gen. Rab. 59 ( citing Isa 60: 19 ) ; Num. Rab. 15: 2; Pesiq. Rab. 8 ( citing Ps 27: 1; 119: 105 ) ; 21 ( citing Isa 60: 19 ) ; Rev 21: 23. In rabbinic texts, this often alludes to the Shekinah (the divine presence, closely connected with his glory, although Urbach, Sages, 1: 44-47, disputes Abelsons view of its physical nuances) , e. g., Sipre Num. 41. 1. 1; b. Ber. 60b; the Shekinah of the first exodus is also depicted as light (e. g., Wis 17; 18: 1-3; b. Menah. 86b; Exod. Rab. 14: 3) . 3410 Wis 6: 12; 7: 26, 29-30; 1QS 2. 3; 11. 5-6; 1QM 1. 8; 4 Ezra 14: 20-21; cf. ... далее ...
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... 1QS 10. 12, in a hymn that speaks of God as the מקור דעת ומעיו קודש, the «fountain of knowledge and the spring of holiness»; rabbinic Hebrew uses «fountain» and «spring» also with reference to issuing from the womb, but the image here is more likely for the source of water; cf. further 1QS 3. 19; 11. 3, 5, 6–7; probably CD 3. 16–17. Arabic and Syriac A Ahiqar 1) ed. Charles, 2: 726–27 (compares a fathers instruction to bread and water. 3898 Sir 15: 3, 24: 25) understanding, compared to rivers (, 24) where Wisdom says, «έκχεώ my teaching like prophecy» (. Cf. similarly Wis 7: 25. 3899 E. g., Exod. Rab. 31: 3. 3900 M. Abot 1) attributed to a pre-Tannaitic sage (; 2) attributed to ben Zakkai, though the form is heavily redacted ( ; Mek. Vay. l: 74ff. ; Bah. 5 ) allegorizing OT on water (; Sipre Deut.) 48. 2. 7; 306. 19. 1; 306. 22–25; Abot R. Nat. 18 A; cf. b. Ta c an. 7a; B. Qam. 17a, 82a; Gen. Rab. 41: 9; 54: 1; 69: 5; 70: 8–9; 84: 16; 97: 3; Exod. Rab. 47 (and bread) ; Song Rab. 1: 2, §3; Origen Comm. Jo., 13. 26–29. 3901 R. Akiba in Sipre Deut. 48. 2. 7; Pesiq. Rab Kah. 24: 9; Tg. Neof. on Num 21: 18–20; cf. Belleville, «Born, » 130, arguing that the rabbis used a well as a ... далее ...
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... Baum, Jews, 129–30, overstates the consensus when he says that «all commentators are agreed that there is a question here of a trial before God, where the world is the accused party and the Spirit the prosecutor. » This is more than just convincing the world that it is wrong (cf. Stevens, Theology, 211; Carson, «Paraclete, » 558) . 9211 Cf. Wis 4: 20, where the very sins of the wicked will convict (ελέγξει) them on the Day of Judgment. 9212 E. g., Cicero Verr. 2. 2. 38. 94. 9213 Barrett, John, 90. Many see the Paraclete here as prosecutor, e. g., ÓDay, «John, » 771. 9214 E. g., b. Hag. 13b; Exod. Rab. 15: 29; Lev. Rab. 5: 6; 21: 10. Technically, judges were not to be witnesses (Aeschines Timarchus 89) . 9215 Pancaro, Law, 254; Stambaugh and Balch, Environment, 34; cf. Chariton 5. 4. 9; CP 2. 64–66, §155; Josephus War 1. 637–638; David, «Eloquentia. » 9216 E. g., Josephus Auf. 4. 46; Exod. Rab. 15: 29. For God as witness and advocate for the righteous, see, e. g., 4 Ezra 7: 94. 9217 Kennedy, Classical Rhetoric, 127, compares this promise in Mark 13: 9–13 with Moses being equipped in the Hebrew Bible. 9218 Barrett, John, 487. 9219 Cf., e. g., Reese, «Paraclete. » Witness, judge, ... далее ...
The Gospel of John, The Temple Discourse. ...Искать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... 45 ) ; see further my introduction to 8: 37–51. 6908 Hesiod Op. 719–721; Livy 44. 34. 4–5; Horace Sat. 1. 4. 81–82; Martial Epigr. 3. 28; Dio Chrysostom Or. 37. 32–33; Lucian A True Story 1; Slander passim; Marcus Aurelius 6. 30. 2. 6909 1QS 7. 15–16; Sib. Or. 1. 178; Josephus Ant. 13. 294–295; 16. 81; Ag. Ap. 2. 89; War 1. 77, 443, 532, 564; Philo Abraham 20; Spec. Laws 4. 59–60; T. Ab. 12: 6–7B; Rom 1: 30; Sipre Deut. 1. 8. 2–3; 275. 1. 1; Abot R. Nat. 9, 40A; 41, §116B; b. c Arak. 15a-16a; B. Bat. 39ab; Pesah. 118a; Sanh. 103a; Ta c an. 7b; Pesiq. Rab Kah. 4: 2; Gen. Rab. 79: 1; 98: 19; Exod. Rab. 3: 13; Lev. Rab. 16: 6; 26: 2; 37: 1; Num. Rab. 16: 6; Deut. Rab. 5: 10; 6: 8, 14; Ecc1. Rab. 3§1. 6910 Kraeling, John, 11–12. 6911 E. g., Justin Dia1. 69: 7; b. Sanh. 43a; 107b. For more detailed discussion, see Klausner, Jesus, 27–28, 49–51, 293; Dalman, Jesus in Talmud, 45–50; Herford, Christianity 50–62; Gero, «Polemic»; Horbury, «Brigand, » 183–95; Stanton, Gospel Truth, 156–58. 6912 E. g., Homer Od. 18. 15, 406; 19. 71; see more detailed comment on John 7: 20. 6913 Stanton, Gospel Truth, 161–62, suggesting that Mark 3and Q attest it independently. (But Mark may follow Q ... далее ...

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       В этой книге исследуется научным методом число сто пятьдесят три, которое было применено Иисусом Христом к ловле ста пятидесяти трёх больших рыб Апостолами. Каждое Слово Иисуса Христа не может быть бессмысленным и ни о чём, а, равно как и улов по Его Слову.

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The Gospel of John, Conflict Over the Healing of ...Искать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... Maximus 1. 1. ext. 3) but some regarded such charges as specious, e. g., Phaedrus 1. 1. 12 (. See Brown, John, 1: 371; Bligh, «Blind, » 131. 7041 E. g., b. Ned. 20ab) a minority opinion (; p. Hag. 2: 1, §9; Lev. Rab. 15: 5. The proposed causes are varied, but all share the common premise that the parents sin at conception or during pregnancy affects the fetus. 7042 E. g., Isis and Osiris copulated in the womb) Plutarch Isis 12, Mor. 356A (. 7043 Many commentators) e. g., Barrett, John, 356; Lightfoot, Gospel, 202 (. 7044 But cf. also b. Sanh. 91b) sins from birth, not conception (; perhaps Exod. Rab.) 4refers to a decree at birth. Some later rabbis regarded the evil impulse as inborn ( Abot R. Nat. 16A; Pesiq. Rab Kah. ) Sup. 3: 2 (, as some Gentiles viewed wrongdoing as humanitys natural bent) e. g., Crates Ep. 12 (. 7045 This rejection of alternatives constituted one recognized form of logic) in more developed form, it would resemble διλήμματον or προσαπόδοσις; see Anderson, Glossary, 36, 105; cf. John 4: 20-21 (. 7046 On «Gods works, » cf. comment on 6: 28; Charlesworth, «Comparison, » 415, on 1QS 4. 4. John 3also speaks of «manifesting works, » but the parallel is ... далее ...
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