Greek Patriarch comments on John 1:1

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Mike Caba and Greg Gulbrandsen, ABR supporters and Temple Mount Sifting Project travelers, interview Jerusalem Greek Patriarch, Theophilos III, on the proper meaning of John 1:1.

 

The construction the evangelist chose to express this idea was the most concise way he could have stated that the Word was God and yet was distinct from the Father. ---Daniel Wallace on John 1:1 in Greek Grammar: Beyond the Basics, pg. 269.

 

ABR Temple Mount Sifting Project Travelers with the Greek Patriarch of Jerusalem.

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