(A man laughing his head off... I wonder what a language translator would make
of that 200 years from now!). I enjoyed the verbology.
Mk 1:4 EGENETO IWANNHS [hO] BAPTIZWN EN THi ERHMWi KAI KHRUSSWN BAPTISMA
METANOIAS EIS AFESIN hAMARTIWN. "John appeared in the wilderness [the]
dunking [person] and proclaiming a dunking of repentance for forgiveness of
Mk 1:8 EGW EBAPTISA hUMAS hUDATI, AUTOS DE BAPTISEI hUMAS EN PNEUMATI
hAGIWi. "I dunked you in water, but he will dunk you in holy spirit."
Mk 1:9 KAI EGENETO EN EKEINAIS TAIS hHMERAIS HLQEN IHSOUS APO NAZARET THS
GALILAIAS KAI EBAPTISQH EIS TON IORDANHN hUPO IWANNOU. "And it turned out
in those days that Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee and was dunked in
the Jordan by John."
Carl W. Conrad
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