From: David Moore (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 07 1995 - 19:21:04 EDT
On Thu, 7 Sep 1995, Bruce Terry wrote:
> On Thu, 7 Sep 1995, David Moore wrote:
> >On Thu, 7 Sep 1995 WINBROW@aol.com wrote:
> >> I think that the order of the two words are reversed in D.
> >> Carlton Winbery
> > Yes, the Nestle apparatus on Lk. 2:2 indicates that the order of
> >the two words is reversed in both Aleph and D. It is the parentheses
> >around D in the apparatus on this particular phrase that interest me. On
> >p. 54* of the introduction in the Nestle 27th edition, there is an
> >explanation of parentheses that appear in the apparatus. As I understand
> >this section of the Introduction, it is saying that the parentheses
> >indicate a minor difference from the main variant. So I wonder how D
> >differs (in a minor way) from Aleph, in this phrase.
> According to von Soden, EGENETO is placed before APOGRAFH in D ("Iad5 ~ EG. a
> APOG."), giving the order hAUTH EGENETO APOGRAFH PRWTH hHGEMONEUONTOS.
Thanks, Bruce. That clears up the matter I was asking about.
David L. Moore Southeastern Spanish District
Miami, Florida of the Assemblies of God
firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Education
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