From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Aug 10 2001 - 15:47:35 EDT
At 4:01 PM +0000 8/10/01, Jerrel Sturdy wrote:
>Jerrel Sturdy here,
> Could some Greek scholar (I dabble at it) help me with the Greek text
>of Romans 1:17? I need help with that verse the way the NIV has it, but
>maybe that is an inappropriate request. Anyway, if some good fellow would
>like to help on that, say on. I am grateful.
>at Muskogee, eastern Oklahoma
If your question really concerns the Greek text rather than the NIV
translation (if that's your question, you might as well take it to the
B-Translation list!), then perhaps you ought to indicate what in the Greek
text of Rom 1:17 puzzles you?
DIKAIOSUNH GAR QEOU EN AUTWi APOKALUPTETAI EK PISTEWS EIS PISTIN, KAQWS
GEGRAPTAI: hO DE DIKAIOS EK PISTEWS ZHSETAI.
What specifically about this Greek text do you want help with?
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University (Emeritus)
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