From: Kevin W. Woodruff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 22 2001 - 12:07:44 EDT
2 Sam. 16:10
2 Sam. 19:22
1 Ki. 17:18
2 Ki. 3:13
2 Chr. 35:21
I would suggest it is used like in 2 Chronicles 35:21 where the phrase has
the nuance of "this is of no concern to you"
At 08:29 AM 6/22/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>In Mark 1:24 the following words occur: TI hHMIN KAI
>SOI. An almost identical construction appears in John
>2:4 – TI EMOI KAI SOI.
>In John the words are on the lips of Jesus in response
>to Mary’s observation that the wine had run out. I
>would take the meaning to be something like “What is
>that to us?”.
>I am having considerably more difficulty in settling
>on a meaning for the phrase in Mark. There it is not
>a response but the opening gambit by the man with the
>unclean spirit. I suppose that phrase has a meaning
>that would fit both contexts but I am at a lost to
>find it. Any suggestions?
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