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Authors, are from distinct the author of J and not of 3 J (b) ap The evidence for this fact, which in the present writer's J opinion furnishes the key to some of the chief Johannine problems, is given on p. xxxiv sqq. (c) If John the Elder is the author of 2. 3 J, then he is according to all internal evidence the author of J and of i J. (d) John the prophet a Palestinian Jew, who late in life migrated to Asia Minor, is the author of J ap . D. i. The Apocalypse is not pseudonymous^ but the work of a (e) John.
2. 3 J use &Xpi (n times), J uses f KarotKeiv of living in a certain Again, our author always uses uses //-cmi/ in this sense, but never Karoi(= "a little while"), whereas J says in the same sense 9 times ; and ous 8 times while J uses once. locality ; J sometimes 10 Keiv : also oXtyov, i7 A for attention in their equivery delicate distinction calls "no longer. " Thus our author 4 says OVK ... ). uses KaOfa (31, and i. 2. 3 J 13 whereas J frequently Finally, valents of the English J uses ff6s (6), vjutrepos (3), tStos (15), and i J fyu&-e/)os (2), but our author He has fy6$ once.
KarotKeiv of living in a certain Again, our author always uses uses //-cmi/ in this sense, but never Karoi(= "a little while"), whereas J says in the same sense 9 times ; and ous 8 times while J uses once. locality ; J sometimes 10 Keiv : also oXtyov, i7 A for attention in their equivery delicate distinction calls "no longer. " Thus our author 4 says OVK ... ). uses KaOfa (31, and i. 2. 3 J 13 whereas J frequently Finally, valents of the English J uses ff6s (6), vjutrepos (3), tStos (15), and i J fyu&-e/)os (2), but our author He has fy6$ once.