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Wednesday, September 27, 2006 

Leithart on I John
Topic: Exegesis

For all the Greek II students at WSC, this brief sketch on I John 1:5 - 2:11 may prove helpful by Dr. Leithart. It mostly comprises word sketches and idea clauses. When Leithart says,

Though 1:7b (or 1:8)-2:2 forms a distinct unit, it splits in two with the direct address, "My little children" (2:1). Further, the structure of 1:8-10 indicates that it forms a distinct sub-unit.
he echoes Dr. Kim's suspicions that he voiced in class the other day. Happy parsing.

Update: Here are sermon notes on the text by Leithart as well.


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