From: D. Anthony Storm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 14 1997 - 10:23:04 EDT
I have read that in the Talmud there is a story that Mary the mother of
Jesus was impregnated by a Roman soldier (Centurion?) named Panthera. Is
there any way that this could have circulated because of the Greek
PANTHEROS? PANTHEROS, according to the LSJ, means primarily father-in-law,
but can mean anyone connected by marriage. Does this make any sense?
A little Greek...
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