Date: Sun Jun 03 2001 - 14:21:34 EDT
In a message dated 06/03/2001 10:45:51 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
<< . . . AMHN LEGW SOI hOTI SU SHMERON TAUTHi THi NUKTI . . .
SHMERON in this context is pleonastic and looks like it might be a
conflation of Matthew and Luke but probably not. Anyway not much question
about which clause SHMERON is attached to in Mk 14:30.
Those interested in this issue would do well to consider the archives, as
Carl suggested. There you will find a good discussion of the above text and
many others, establishing the Semitic idiom at work in Luke 23:43, which we
also find in the OT LXX and in other parts of the NT. BTW, the above text has
considerable and obvious grammatical differences with Luke 23:43. Again, see
the archives for details.
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