re: Luke 23:43

George Lamsa's translation of the Peshitta footnotes this vs with the 
remark that ancient texts were not punctuated, and that the comma could 
therefore come either before or after the word today. I have not seen 
such notation elsewhere. His translation does follow NA26 as does every 
translation I'm familiar with. SEmeron is an adverb of time and as far as 
I know provides no additional grammatical guidance with regard to where 
the comma should be placed. Exegetically there is probably an argument 
for where it is generally used.

C.P. Arnold
Upper Marlboro, MD