From: Dan Parker (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 06 2001 - 17:13:15 EST
> That's a pretty good one but a careful reading, as you point out, can clear
> up the ambiguity. I'm looking for specific examples where, in our modern
> English translations, the first/second plural is *impossible* to discern.
> Lk 22:31-32 (thanks Carl) meets this criterion.
> Jim Darden
> Arlington, WA
How about this? Most versions make it appear that two instances of
"you" in verse 26 are referring to Abraham, thus it is not readily
apparent that Abraham represents a group or class of people.
Luke 16:25 "But Abraham said, 'Child, remember that during your
life you received your good things, and likewise Lazarus bad
things; but now he is being comforted here, and you [SU] are
in agony. 26 'And besides all this, between us and you [hUMWN]
there is a great chasm fixed, so that those who wish to come
over from here to you [hUMAS] will not be able, and that none
may cross over from there to us.' (NASB)
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