From: weismann (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 18 2002 - 14:49:35 EST
Probably "descontrol" in Spanish 'ld reflect the meaning of "anomia" in your
work. Perhaps also: "sin Ley", "negacion de la Ley" ( excuse because I
cann't write the accent in "negacion" due to the configuration of mi pc). In
these two examples there's an explicit reference to Law=Nomos.
I hope this 'ld help.
F. J. Weismann
----- Original Message -----
From: "Randall M. Tidmore" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Biblical Greek" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 1:46 PM
Subject: [b-greek] 1 Jn 3:4 ANOMIA
> I am working on a Greek/Spanish interlinear, currently of 1 John. As you
> know, this is quite different from writing a translation. My question
> with ANOMIA of 3:4. Since there is no equivalent in Spanish most of the
> translations I have translate this as, "infringe the law."
> However, I am not seeking a smooth translation that conveys the "idea of
> verse." I am looking for a suitable Spanish stand-alone-noun for my
> interlinear. Since "law" has an aspect of "control," would the negated
> (Spanish "descontrol") be fair to the Greek?
> Thanks in advance to any who wish to help me with this.
> Randall M. Tidmore
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