Date: Sat Sep 26 1998 - 22:24:12 EDT
Denny Diehl here
Thanks to Carl and Jonathan for such helpful
comments on Lk 2:2. Last night I was doing some
reading and ran across an F. F. Bruce comment
on this very topic:
"Luke 2:2, which mentions Quirinius in
connexion with an earlier census, is best
translated: "This enrollment was before
that made when Quirinius was governor
of Syria." (cf. N. Turner, Grammatical
Insights Into The Greek New Testament
[ Edinburgh, 1966 ], pp. 23f).
This is found in Bruce's, New Testament History, p32
My copy of Turner is at my office and unavailable to me
right now. Does anyone have any comments on the above?
All the best.
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