From: Mark Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 13 2002 - 17:07:35 EST
hUMEIS ANABHTE EIS THN hEORTHN:
EGW OUK ANABAINW EIS THN hEORTHN TAUTHN,
hOTI hO EMOS KAIROS OUPW PEPLHRWTAI.
Would this clear things up a bit?
English it this way:
You all leave for the feast; [however,] I myself am not
leaving for this feast, because my time is not present.
Which implies that once it IS time, Christ would then leave
for the feast, could be only an hour or two later.
Is that acceptable?
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