From: Jack Kilmon (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 05 1998 - 13:06:03 EDT
Bill Ross wrote:
> > James Trimm recently did an exegesis on this in the
> >b-Aramaic list. Copying directly from James:
> >And when Yeshua was in Bethany at the house of
> > Simon the leper,
> >As any Bible student knows, lepers were not permitted to live in the
> >(see Lev. 13:46). Since ancient Hebrew and Aramaic were written without
> >vowels, there was no distinction between the Aramaic words GAR'BA
> >and GARABA (jar maker or jar merchant). Since in this story a woman
> >oil from a jar it is apparant that Simon was a jar merchant or jar maker
> >and not a leper.
> > This is a possibility. Jack.
> Where does Aramaic come in here? Isn't this plain old Textus Receptus koine
These people were not named by their parents in plain old Textus
ReceptusKoine Greek nor was it their native tongue. . The sources for the
were in Aramaic and there are plenty of examples of Aramaic to Greek
mistranslations in the NT.
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