From: Dan Parker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 12 2001 - 13:39:32 EST
> that might have a meaning for Semitic Babylonians. And I'm well aware that
> Exodus 3:14 doesn't say in the LXX simply EGW EIMI. So: I don't know or
> claim any assurance that Exodus 3:14 is alluded to here, but I certainly
> think there's a possibility of it.
> Carl W. Conrad (retired)
I am curious as to why you think there is a possibility. It it based
on either Hebrew or Greek grammar?
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