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RFG5e30 Peter maps Diocletian, cont.

Continued from RFG5e29, still on Diocletian's time, how Peter maps to Paul's meter to elaborate on how Temple of Believers needs to prepare for that time; or, when in it, how to interpret that time.

Download pdf on Peter's meter (only the Greek, all of 1Pet1:1-12): . The upgrade sports links to the historical sections in Ephesians1REPARSED.htm, so you can investigate the university and contemporary Roman history/Church documents of that time, to see why Peter meters as he does. Here, those historical liinks matter more, as the period of the Diocletian persecution is a subject of much debate. See also the previous two Episodes' video descriptions (for RFG 5e27 and 26), which incorporate new helpful material I found on the internet, post-production. Finally, see the 'James is Metered!' video posted also this week, as it turns out James' meter, ties to the Jewish role which 'begot' this period.

Download the interleaved (Paul's Eph 1:3-14 with 1Peter1:1-12) song with its metered translation, here: . It's only two pages, currently. Since 1Peter 1:1-12 is metered, the final version will be much longer.

To get the most out of this play on Paul, read Paul's meter, replete with Roman contemporary writings, university websites explaining the relevant historical references: (if you have Bibleworks fonts; or download them free at ). HTM version: . PDF version: .

File Name:5e30RFG2ndPass1Pet1v8h.avi, 10/23/13.