From: Mark QL Louderback (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Sep 15 1998 - 12:14:08 EDT
AVTLHSATE NUN KAI FERETE TW ARXITPIKLINW
Question: Where is the water being drawn from?
Does the verb (and context) demand that the water is being drawn
from a place other than the jars which have just been filled? Does
the NUN indicate that in addition to drawing the water for the jars
that now water should be drawn (again) and taken to the steward?
Or does the context suggest this is all reading way too much into a
few words. The water was drawn from the jars at hand and not from
See Carson, W&H, who hold to the former.
Thanks for your thoughts.
A lurker no more,
Pastor Mark QL Louderback
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
18098 Ga Hwy 67
Statesboro, GA 30458
When you were dead in your sins
God made you alive with Christ.
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