From: Dave Washburn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 28 2001 - 20:54:57 EST
> On 3/28/01 4:25 PM, "Dave Washburn" <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> listers may want to visit
> >> http://dsc.discovery.com/news/ap/20010326/jesus.html
> >> this site describes a documentary about the historical jesus to air in the
> >> US on april 15.
> > This paragraph caught my eye:
> > ---
> > It also questions whether Judas betrayed Jesus to the Roman
> > authorities, suggesting that a mistranslation could mask that fact
> > that Jesus worked with Judas to provoke his own arrest.
> > ---
> > Anybody know what this "mistranslation" might be?
> Somebody please tell me what this has to do with biblical Greek?
> It is plain what this has to do with the "historical Jesus".
That's why I asked about the mistranslation thing. I'm curious
about what aspect of biblical Greek is being referred to here. I said
nothing about the "historical Jesus" question and was trying to
steer my question toward Greek. My question stands.
"No study of probabilities inside a given frame can ever
tell us how probable it is that the frame itself can be
violated." C. S. Lewis
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