From: Allen Mickle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 01 2002 - 21:52:37 EST
If recollection serves me, there was no actual
punctuation in the original manuscripts. Punctuation
marks were added later to help in reading the text.
There were also no spaces! If you think lack of
punctuation would be a problem, think about reading
the text with no spaces. Thank God for the UBS!
Your Fellow Servant in Christ,
Allen R. Mickle, Jr.
Pastor, Evangelical Baptist Church, Amherstburg,
> I have a question related to punctuation of the
> Greek New Testament. I have
> a United Bible Societies GNT. Is the punctuation in
> this likely to be an
> accurate reflection of the punctuation of the
> original Greek text. The
> right question might be, did the original Greek text
> have any punctuation at
> I would appreciate your help,
> Peter Osborne.
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