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It is worth noting that in the Greek on both occasions this phrase is in fact two phrases both of which are governed by the preposition 'ἐν' the conjunction that links them seems to suggest that they should be juxtaposed that is these phrase are being deliberately placed together in this fashion for comparison or contrast. The comparison is the the ...


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Question: What does the phrase "I in the Father and the Father in me" mean in John 10:38 as well as John 14:10? It is unnecessary, and even imprudent, for us to invent an explanation--when Jesus explains it--in detail, even using metaphors. Additionally, John goes on to expound on this, in 1 John 2. Answer: Jesus' multiple explanations, as well as ...


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The context of the texts in question speaks of a mutual indwelling ( Perichoresis) of the Father and the Son.What this shows is that they are one in power or ability and hence, of same essence. In John 10:38, Jesus said to the Jews to believe the works so that they might know and understand that he is in unity with the Father in terms of nature ( set of ...



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