Luke 2:48 “. . . your father and I”
This is evidently not GS, but I’m not sure how to say exactly why.
Apparently it’s over the word, KAGW, which appears to be a contraction
Would the disqualification then be because a contraction doesn’t count
as a KAI, or would it be that “I” is considered a proper name? Or
some other reason?
John 17:3 — as I recall, a hundred years or so ago, I thought that
this was a valid GS:
The only True God AND Whom You sent, Jesus Christ. That “The only
True God” was thus identified with “Whom You sent.” As I remember,
Dr. Conrad affirmed this, though I’m not too sure I understood him
The question is whether the ON in KAI ON APOSTEILAS is an article.
Some references say “it might be.”
Wallace seems to to me to make John 17:3 and 1 John 5:20 “identical
twin” passages in a discussion in GGBB.
If not so, the verse seems quite singular, to say the least.