At 07:29 AM 10/2/96 -0700, you wrote:
>I have some questions here in terms of rendering:
>tois sabbasin (locative dative of time?)
> why plural -- on the sabbaths, and why do most render it in the
>singular, on the sabbath?
>eiselqwn (aorist active participle nom s masc)
> given the imperfect aspect of edidasken, would this be rendered WHEN or
>AFTER or something else?
>edidasken (imperfect 3rd sing)
> most render this as taught, whereas I tend to read the whole line as
>(And) They enter (or come to) Capernaum, and straightway when entering the
>assembly on the sabbaths he was teaching.
> This suggests a habit rather than a singular event. I welcome more
>Washing one's hands of the conflict between the powerful
>and the powerless means to side with the powerful,
>not to be neutral. -Paulo Freire
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