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The phrase "God and Father", Θεὸς καὶ Πατὴρ, occurs regularly throughout the NT (eg, 1 Cor 15:24, 1 Thess 1:3, 3:11, 13, 1 Peter 1:3, etc) and almost all of them occur with the article as well. This means that they have the classic Grenville Sharp construction which Daniel Wallace calls the "TSKS" construction. [See, Daniel Wallace, ...


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Theos is a concept. The concept expresses Deity. We understand Deity to be divine nature. That divine nature is, for example, eternal. An attribute of Deity, of divine nature, is the fact that Deity, divine nature, is eternal. This divine nature is a feature, so the New testament scriptures make clear, of the Father. And also of the Son. And also of the Holy ...


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