From: Steven Craig Miller (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Nov 23 1999 - 13:52:12 EST
<x-flowed>To: Maurice A. O'Sullivan,
In one message you wrote:
<< Brenton's translation supplies the verb "I live", so that it reads: "I
live in a hard day ..." >>
And in another, you wrote:
<< Rahlfs has the iota subscript, Brenton does not. >>
So Brenton's text reads: GUNH hH SKLHRA hHMERA EGO EIMI, yes?
But I wonder if perhaps it is possible that Brenton was translating the
GUNH EN SKLHRAi hHMERAi EGO EIMI.
I also wonder if perhaps Rahlfs's reading of hHi is a conjectural emendation?
-Steven Craig Miller
Alton, Illinois (USA)
"... when Christ requires us ... to hate our own life in this world, is
there then a single one among us whose life in the remote degree could be
called even the weakest effort in this direction?" (Soren Kierkegaard,
"Attack Upon 'Christendom,'" 38).
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