From: Carl W. Conrad (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Nov 20 2000 - 08:33:18 EST
At 11:43 PM +1100 11/20/00, One of the McKays wrote:
>Sounds good ...
>But, if you sign up, are you paying for something that already exists, or is
>it *still* only in the talk stage?
Apparently Jim West's report from the Nashville meeting of SBL yesterday
morning escaped some eyes; the relevant paragraph, the added emphasis being
At 8:30 AM -0500 11/19/00, Jim West wrote:
>Howdy from Nashville. There have been some really excellent papers
>presented during the first day of the conference and the second (today) will
>no doubt be as interesting.
>On a personal note- I am both saddened and happy to report that the long
>expected BDAG is available (which means I have to sing my little song and
>provide a photo of same).
So not only have we reason to expect "deliverance" of the new BDAG, we have
also to look forward to a full-color image of JW dancing on his rooftop and
heralding the event in song:"KAQWS PALAI TOIS POIMESIN HiSAN hOI AGGELOI,
'DOXA EN hUYISTOIS QEWi KAI EPI GHS TO PALAI ELPIZOMENON LEXIKON TO BDAG
ANQRWPOIS EUDOKIAS. NAI, KURIE, DOXAZOMEN SE MEGALWS, ESTIN GAR PISTIS
ELPIZOMENWN hUPOSTASIS, PRAGMATWN ELEGCOS OU BLEPOMENWN" -- it seems
appropriate to me to supply the lyrics thus and leave to him the selection
of an appropriate fanfare and melody.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics/Washington University
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