[b-greek] Matt. 1:24

From: Wayne Leman (wayne_leman@sil.org)
Date: Wed Nov 14 2001 - 14:19:37 EST

Carl, the pertinent part of 1:20 from this new version is closer to the

"don't be afraid to take mary as your wife"

Wayne Leman
Bible Translation discussion list:

> I'd agree with you on this one, Wayne. The sense is "take off along with
> oneself" and in the context this can only mean "take to be with
oneself" --
> i.e., as a mate. Does your version do the same thing with 1:20 where the
> direct command PARALABE is offered?
> --
> Carl W. Conrad

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