From: Jim West (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Apr 03 1998 - 06:49:31 EST
McKay family wrote:
> O.K. I have a silly Greek question.
> Has this verse been discussed before?
> Luke 23:43
> KAI EIPEN AUTWi, AMHN SOI LEGW, SHMERON MET' EMOU ESHi EN TWi PARADEISWi.
> This is the way it is written in my Greek NT. [O.K. Uses a much
> better-looking font!]
> Is it equally legitimate to put the comma after SHMERON, or is this usual
> break up more likely to be correct?
> I hope it is kosher for me to say that the people who want the comma after
> SHMERON, seem to have theological, not grammatical reasons.
> David McKay
All punctuation is secondary. Therefore, all punctuation is tendentious
and tenuous and theological.
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