Apr
2017

The Greek word “didaktos”

Limited to Jn. 6:45 and 1 Cor. 2:13, the Greek adjective “didaktos” had “three senses:  a.  ‘taught,’ b.  ‘learned,’ and c.  ‘teachable.’  It is used in the absolute in Jn. 6:45” (Kittel, Abridged Edition, p. 166) and shows the “distinctiveness to the source” of Paul’s teaching in 1 Cor. 2:13 (ibid).