We Regard No One From a Human Point of View: Part 2, Kata Sarka — Experimental Theology


One of the first things J. Louis Martyn tackles in his seminal work on Paul’s apocalyptic theology “Epistemology at the Turn of the Ages” is the meaning of the Greek phrase kata sarka in 1 Corinthians 5.16-17. In English translations kata sarka is translated as “according to the flesh” (ESV), “from a human point of view” (NRSV,…

We Regard No One From a Human Point of View: Part 2, Kata Sarka — Experimental Theology

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