Date: Fri Apr 03 1998 - 12:28:56 EST
Jim West wrote:
> At 11:07 PM 4/3/98 +1000, you wrote:
> >But punctuation is used to show how we are to read the original. Not many
> >people would want to read a NT that looks like this:
I can't speak for the 'many' abovementioned, but I can say for THIS
one [moi!], I utterly love my manuscripted Concordant Greek Text,
[Concordant Publishing Concern] and use it all the time. Best $18
spend I can imagine!! No spaces, no lower case, no punctuation, no
accents, no paragraphs, no two letters of the alphabet next to each
other being identical clones of each other... It's a wonderful text
indeed!! I have no idea how they keep it so cheap!
And thank you for your wonderful rest of this post...
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