From: Jim West (jwest@Highland.Net)
Date: Sun May 31 1998 - 21:14:40 EDT
At 09:06 PM 5/31/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Well ... there's 21:7--HGAGON THN ONON KAI TON PWLON KAI EPEQHKAN EP' AUTWN
>TA hIMATIA, KAI EPEKAQISEN EPANW AUTWN. Perhaps this is not deliberate
>irony, but the reader tends to perceive it as ironic.
>Carl W. Conrad
Perhaps I am in ill humor or something, but I cannot figure how you take
this to be ironic. The plural? I take ta himatia to be the things he rode
They led the ass and the foal and set garments upon them, and he rode on
them (the garments) (not both animals).
Jim West, ThD
Quartz Hill School of Theology
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