Date: Tue Mar 06 2001 - 16:22:15 EST
"Set free" is probably idiomatic English for "send away" or "send forth" [APOSTEILAI]
at Luke 4:18, since it is coupled with EN AFESEI, "in deliverance." Similarly, many
translations have Moses demanding that Pharaoh "LET my people GO, " (Exodus 5:1) when
in Hebrew he really said, "Send my people away." The LXX, in correct translation of
the Hebrew, has EXAPOSTEILON here.
Kenneth Litwak wrote:
> I apologize for getting the English citatin wrong,
> but I still cna't find any way to come up with"set
> free ..." "Set" is not, so far as I can tell, in the
> semantic domain of APOSTELLW at all. SO I gues I
> llooked at the wrong thing in an English translation
> while trying unsuccessfully to figure out the Greek.
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