From: Ted Mann (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 07 2001 - 09:23:31 EST
UBS4, NA27, TR and MT all have TWi KURIWi. In his Textual Commentary,
Metzger says: "The reading KAIRWi, supported chiefly by Western witnesses...
probably arose from a confusion of KW and KRW." [Naturally I can't
accurately duplicate these abbreviations here.]
Dr. Theodore H. Mann
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From: "Lloyd" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Biblical Greek" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2001 10:57 AM
Subject: [b-greek] RE: KURIW/KAIROS - Rom 12:11
> Dear Fellow Greekers,
> I have heard that the final three words to Rom 12:11 should be 'better(?)'
> translated not "...serve the Lord" (KURIW), but "serve the time" (KAIROS).
> The reasoning has me literally dumbfounded with regards to the integrity
> the Canon of Scripture. It was suggested that KURIW was not actually
> by Paul's 'secretary' physically doing the writing to Paul's 'dictation'
> only the letters (shorthand) "KS". It was suggested that the context of
> verse could only imply service to the Lord, and hence "KS" would be better
> KAIROS (translated 'over time' not KURIW (or K URIO S)as it was
> obvious anyway.
> My question is does anyone know about these 'shorthand abbreviations' to
> which my interlinear displays not KS but KURIW?
> Yours in Christ
> Lloyd Dawson
> Townsville, Australia
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