From: Stephen C. Carlson (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Apr 08 2001 - 21:54:44 EDT
At 09:19 PM 4/8/01 EDT, RHutchin@aol.com wrote:
>Citing Isaiah 7:14, Matthew 1:22-23 has--
>TOUTO DE hOLON GEGOMEN hINA PLHRWQNi TO RHQEN hUPO KURIOU DIA TOU PROFHTOU
>LEGONTOS--IDOU hH PARQENOS EN GASTRI hEXEI KAI TEXETAI hUION, KAI KALESOUSIN
>TO ONOMA AUTOU EMMANOUHL--hO ESTIN MEQERMHNEUOMENON MEQ' hHMWN hO QEOS.
>Regarding the use of PARQENOS in Matthew to translate the Hebrew word almah
>in Isaiah 7:14, which of the following would be true--
Later Jewish translations of Isaiah into Greek rendered 'almah
by NEANIS, but these happened after this passage had become a
point of controversy between Christians and Jews, so extra-linguistic
considerations may have been at play.
Because the LXX still applied the word PARQENOS to Dinah after
her rape, the PARQENOS need not always mean "virgo intacta."
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