From: Paul Connors (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 12 2000 - 01:07:59 EST
> I don't have a problem adding words to make both meanings clear: 'the
> darkness couldn't understand it or turn it off' (for those of us who grew
> up with light switches). ;-)
> If a koine audience would read a double entendre, we shouldn't deprive
> english audience just because we don't have an english equivalent.
Some approximations in English, with a similiar double entendre, would be:
"The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not.."
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