From: Wieland Willker (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 18 1999 - 09:02:07 EDT
Whenever I come across this sentence:
EISTHKEISAN DE PARA TW STAURW TOU IHSOU H MHTHR AUTOU KAI H ADELFH THS
MHTROS AUTOU MARIA H TOU KLWPA KAI MARIA H MAGDALHNH
I am reminded of a discussion on Crosstalk:
1. How many women?
2. How are they related?
Besides other considerations: What can be said about the Greek grammatical
structure of this sentence? What is probable from a grammatical point of
view? Do we have examples from non christian sources that could help us
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