From: Joseph Brian Tucker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 06 2000 - 23:46:24 EST
EUQUS DE ELALHSEN [hO IHSOUS] AUTOIS LEGWN, QARSEITE, EGW EIMI MH
Does a translation of "take courage, it is I" obscure a better translation
of "Fear not, I am"?
I realize the theological implications of the second translation, as well
as, I realize this is not the proper place for that discussion.
My concern is, someone presented this to me as their translation of this
passage and I was skeptical of it.
Is it, acceptable literal Greek, but poor English? Any other thoughts are
welcome and appreciated.
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