Date: Fri Mar 31 2000 - 15:19:53 EST
In a message dated 3/31/00 10:22:24 AM, email@example.com writes:
>I had a friend who was Dutch who once told me that
>Kuriakos means "Sunday" in Dutch, presumably meaning "the Lord's Day."
I haven't followed this discussion closely, so this may have already been
mentioned. But in the lectionary equipment in the Greek NT manuscript
tradition, KURIAKOS is used to indicate Sunday (= the Lord's Day), as in
designating a reading as a Sunday reading. At least in the Christian context
of scribes and churches, the Greek word KURIAKOS took on a unique meaning as
designating a specific day of the week.
Director of the Center for New Testament Textual Studies
Landrum P. Leavell, II, Professor of New Testament and Greek
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
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