From: Maurice A. O'Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Aug 04 2000 - 12:37:12 EDT
<x-flowed>At 16:41 04/08/00, Mark Wilson wrote:
>1 Cor. 7:11
>EAN DE KAI CWRISQHi
>“But if she does depart”
>I can not understand why CWRISQHi is translated as an Active when it is a
>Passive from CWRIZW.
In one word -- idiom.
Here is part of the entry from BAGD
pass.—a. separate (oneself) , be separated of divorce . Oft. in marriage
contracts in the pap.
AP' ALLHLWN CWRISQHNAI
In English, does one say " those two people divorced a year ago " , or "
they were divorced a year ago " ?
BTW, I wonder from which translation you are taking " depart " --- all four
I cite below choose the idea of "separation" rather than a neutral " depart
" ( very much in accord with the BAGD listing )
(but if she does separate, NRSV
should not separate from her husband 7:11 (but if she does, RSV
or if she has already left him, NJB
-and if she does separate NAB
Maurice A. O'Sullivan [ Bray, Ireland ]
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