From: Carlton Winbery (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Mar 15 1999 - 11:10:29 EST
ANTONIO EDUARDO COSTA wrote;
>FILOI THS APOGRAFHS B-Greek.
>hHURON TA TUPOGRAMMATA TA TOU Latex. XARIN OIDA PASI TOUTOIS
>hOI EGRAYAN KAI EPEMYAN MOI EPISTOLAS KAI AGGELIAS
>PERI TOUTOU. NUN ESTI MOI PARASKEAUZEIN EKDOSIN THS NEAS DIAQHKHS
>TOIS PAISIN PTWXOIS hOUS DIDASKW THN ARCAIAN hELLHNIKHN
>GLWSSAN. EI ALLOS TIS BOULETAI EKDIDWNAI THN NEAN DIAQHKHN,
>hH DIEUQEIA hODOS hH TWN TUPOGRAMMATWN ESTI:
>TA TUPOGRAMMATA ESTI PROIX.
I tried down loading this font but could not get it in a form that I could
install on a MacIntosh. I would be very much interested in seeing your
EKDOSIN THS NEAS DIAQHKHS. I have an edition published in Athens by the
Bible Society there. It is essentially what we call the Textus Receptus.
>BOULOMAI LEGEIN TI hUMIN. PANTES MEN EN THI APOGRAFHI
> B-Greek ISASIN KALWS THN KOINHN DIALEKTON.
>OI DE ANQRWPOI hOI OUK EISI POLITAI TWN
>hHNWMENWN POLITEIWN OUK GIGNWSKOUSI THN THS BRETTANIAS
>DIALEKTON. EI hUMEIS EGRAFETE hELLHNISTI, hHMEIS hOI
>XENOI hOIOI TE HMHN AN AKOLOUQEIN TOIS PRAGMASIN.
>TI LEGETE; hOMOLOGEITE;
EGW LEGW, I am sure that it is difficult to understand USA English. I
suppose the ideal would be for us to converse on the list in Koine Greek,
but I'm afraid that it would be a very small list. Even smaller if we
conversed in Modern Greek, even Demotic.
ANTONIO said, PANTES MEN EN THI APOGRAFHI B-Greek ISASIN KALWS THN KOINHN
Thank you very much. This is partially true.
Carlton L. Winbery
Fogleman Professor of Religion
Pineville, LA 71359
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