From: Mike Sangrey (msangrey@BlueFeltHat.org)
Date: Sun Jun 03 2001 - 16:00:56 EDT
Mike Sangrey wrote:
> Or, to allow Jeffrey B. Gibson a voice:
> It is about Today I tell you, you will...
Jeffrey B. Gibson <email@example.com> said:
> Umm ... thanks for allowing me a voice, Mike,. But what I said that
> the Lukan text might have been intended to convey was: Truly I tell
> you, now that the great "Today" is upon us, you will be with me ....
<chuckle> Sure! And that's what I was trying to convey within the
bounds of an attempted translation. In other words, I didn't want to
go too far, but I did want to capture the probably intended markedness
within the bounds of this third way of understanding the text.
Note the capital `T' which is meant to convey that `Today' is the name
of something. With the interpretation you've suggested, `Today' is the
In any case, it was probably best you clarified. I certainly did not want
to put words in your mouth (or pixels from your keyboard).
"The first one last wins."
"A net of highly cohesive details reveals the truth."
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