From: Dave Washburn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jun 03 2001 - 22:56:59 EDT
> In a message dated 06/03/2001 1:45:46 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> << I've done a little checking on this verse since I wrote last, and I see
> according to E.E. Ellis (_Gospel of Luke_ Eerdmans, 1981, p. 268), a "few
> early manuscripts" not only punctuate the saying, but place the comma after
> Does anyone know what these manuscripts are?
> Jeffrey Gibson >>
> One is none other than the original hand (brown ink) of Codex B! The
> Curetonian Syriac translates this passage in a manner consistent with the
> understanding connected to the punctuation of B.
??? I thought the original hand of B didn't use any punctuation or
diacritical marks (accents etc.)?
"You just keep thinking, Butch. That's what you're good at."
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