[b-greek] Re: Smart's rule and John 20:28

From: Stephen C. Carlson (scarlson@mindspring.com)
Date: Thu Oct 26 2000 - 06:21:53 EDT

At 09:57 PM 10/25/00 +0000, Dan Parker wrote:
>> At 01:45 AM 10/25/00 +0000, Dan Parker wrote:
>> >While there are exceptions to G. Sharp's rule, there are none for M. Smart's rule :)
>> I believe Ps 5:2 LXX (hO BASILEUS MOU KAI hO QEOS MOU) has already
>> been mentioned. This is an "exception" to the following "rule":
>Stephen, do you reject Sharp's rule based upon Proverbs 24:21 in the LXX

What possible relevance does this have to do with the clear example
that contradicts Smart's "rule"? I'm still curious how you would
handle Ps 5:2 LXX. Prov 24:21 LXX is a red herring.

Stephen Carlson
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