From: Perry L. Stepp (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Apr 03 1998 - 12:13:06 EST
I originally sent this message, intended for the group, to only a single
recipient. Now I am forwarding it to the entire group.
> From: Perry L. Stepp <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Jim West <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: all punctuation secondary, part 2
> Date: Friday, April 03, 1998 9:08 AM
> Sorry to do this in two parts--I was distracted, I've got kids, you know.
> My reason for raising the issue of pre-Koine punctuation in written Greek
> is this: can we categorically say (as many presume to do) that *no*
> punctuation existed in the autographs or the first few generations of
> copies? I've certainly seen punctuation in uncial mss facsimiles that
> looked at.
> Further, if we're building our view of the origins of punctuation on the
> papyri, keep in mind that we're dealing with a body of mss that are
> predominantly from one and only one geographical region. Not exclusively
> Egyptian, mind you, but . . .
> > From: Jim West <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > To: Steven Cox <email@example.com>
> > Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Re: all punctuation secondary
> > Date: Friday, April 03, 1998 8:12 AM
> > At 09:19 PM 4/3/98 +0800, you wrote:
> > > Hi Jim
> > > Philosophy of translation time?? :-)
> > > Sorry to pick up on your pithy mail but I beg to differ.
> > Excellent! Disagreement without being disagreeable is the life blood
> > discussion and therefore learning.
> > On the rest of your post, see my response to the M family.
> > Best,
> > Jim
> > ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> > Jim West, ThD
> > Quartz Hill School of Theology
> > email@example.com
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