Re: Luke 2:14: en uyistois qew, en anqrwpois eudokias
Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 20 Nov 1996 11:12:04 -0500
At 10:12 AM -0600 11/20/96, Stephen C. Carlson wrote:
>At 07:53 11/20/96 -0600, Carl W. Conrad wrote:
>>At 7:23 AM -0600 11/20/96, Stephen C. Carlson wrote:
>>>There's also an intriguing reference in 2Co12:2 to a "third heaven."
>>>Any experts here in ancient cosmology?
>>I think you mean 2 Cor 12:2, don't you, Stephen?
>Yes, I did. I now realize that the '1' can be read as an 'l', which
>would be a most unfortunate reference to a second Colossians (= Ephesians?
>;-). Much like my favorite mythical book, Second Opinions (2Op). I'll
>try to be a bit clearer in my citation.
What is this mythical book you're speaking of? Something I should know about? (I'm teaching Greek Mythology, although not very well). The title makes me think of Phaedra's words in Euripides' Hippolytus:
hAI DEUTERAI PWS FRONTIDES SOFWTERAI
(where PWS is accentless = "somehow," "in some way").