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Acts 4:25

Jun-13-2001 at 03:50 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Shlama Akhay,

In the Proclitic Section of the Grammar, again, the B (in, by, through, etc.) is discussed. This example again deals with that topic.

In Acts 4:25, we read in the Aramaic of the Peshitta:

<db9 dywd Mwpb (BY-THROUGH-IN.. the mouth of David your servant)

The following Greek manuscripts translate the b as "Through" - P, 614, 1241, 2495, D, 629

The following Greek manuscripts translate the b as "By" - p74, S, A, B, E, Psi, 33, 945, 1739


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1. RE: Acts 4:25

Jun-15-2001 at 09:04 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Shlama Akhi Paul,

>In Acts 4:25, we read in
>the Aramaic of the Peshitta:
>
><db9 dywd Mwp>face="Estrangelo (V1.1)" size="5" color="308080"]b (>color="308080"]BY-THROUGH-IN.. the mouth of David
>your servant)
>
All GNT mss have the prep. 'dia' translated as 'through, by, because, for, on account of' and so on. There are several readings though which are very cumbersome in Gr. I am not able to translate the PNT in that verse completely can you help. I think the awkward Gr. is influenced by the Aram.


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2. RE: Acts 4:25

Jun-15-2001 at 10:57 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Shlama Akhi,

Here is the complete verse:

Mwpb 04dwqd 0xwr dyb tllmd wh tn0w ( and You are He who spoke by the Holy Spirit through the mouth of )

0mm9 w4gr 0nml <db9 dywd ( Dawid your servant - "why do rage the nations?)

Fwqyrs Ynr Fwm0w (And the peoples plan futile things?")

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