Date: Mon Oct 01 2001 - 06:50:08 EDT
> In Luke 17.5, PROSQES is translated generally as increase. Might it not
> better be translated as "unite or put" faith near to us, with an emphasis not
> on increasing existing faith, but rather on gaining access and intimacy to
> that faith which the disciples have seen in Christ.
literally- *set before us* faith. or perhaps *place before us, place to us*.
> Anyway, not getting into interpretation, is there a reason to translate
> PROSTIQNMI as "increase" rather than as "bring or put near?"
no. there isnt.
Jim West, ThD
Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies,
Roane State Community College
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