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John 6:14

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John 6:14

Jun-12-2001 at 04:57 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

OK Akhi Dean,

You turned me into a fanatic now - hunting down all the examples I can find where the singular/plural issue caused variances in the Greek manuscripts.

The latest one is Yukhanan 6:14.

The following Greek manuscripts translate F0 "miracle/sign" in the plural - p75, B, 0191

The following Greek manuscripts translate F0 "miracle/sign" in the singular (the correct way) - S, A, D, K, L, W, Delta, Theta, Pi, Psi, f1, f13, 28, 33, 565, 700, 892, 1010, 1241

Fk^rwbw 0ml4

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1. RE: John 6:14

Jun-12-2001 at 11:43 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Akhi Paul,

Excellent work!

Do you think its time you start documenting these examples in a separate subsection of your site so that they're easily accessible?!?

Maybe sorted by book (matti, luqa ,etc) and/or type of discrepancy, etc ...

?B4x tn0 0m

Akhi Dean


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2. RE: John 6:14

Jun-13-2001 at 10:19 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Nyd 0rqym Yx0 0ml4

w%h ryp4 0b4wx whd 0n0 rbs

Fk^rwbw 0ml4

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4. RE: John 6:14

Jun-13-2001 at 10:17 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Akh Paul,


>
>w%h ryp4
>0b4wx whd 0n0 rbs

Todah it would be great, and beautiful word play on khshb & sbr.
>

Shlama,
Iakov.

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3. RE: John 6:14

Jun-13-2001 at 10:39 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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>Akhi Dean,
>
>Excellent work!
>Do you think its time you
>start documenting these examples in
>a separate subsection of your
>site so that they're easily
>accessible?!?
>Maybe sorted by book (matti, luqa
>,etc) and/or type of discrepancy,
>etc ...

I agree. They are extrmely helpful in learning the grammar. In fact is it OK to print them off and hole punch them into a notebook?


>?B4x tn0 0m

I don't know about Akh Paul but 'ani khoshev she akhenu Paul tsarik l'asot kak.'

Shalom,
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