58 articles Luke

Luke 2:32

Lk 2:32 EN TOIS … (Luke in Codex Bezae issue) Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu Wed Sep 25 16:55:32 EDT 2002 Lk 2:42: age of Jesus in the Temple (Luke in Codex Bezae issue) Genitive plural non-determinitve Corrected: earlier post indicated Lk 2:49D05 :FWS EIS APOKALUYIN KAI DOXANNA27: FWS EIS APOKALUYIN EQNWN KAI DOXANChabert:…

Luke 1:6

Lk 1:6 ENWPION/ENANTION Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu Sun Aug 25 15:25:14 EDT 2002 Sabbaths/Sabbath (SABBASIN) Lk 1:13 GENNHSEI hUION (SOI) I hereby resubmit the fifth of the questions concerned with distinctivereadings of Codex Bezae in the text of Luke’s gospel.Lk 1:6 HSAN DE DIKAIOI AMFWTEROI ENANTION TOU QEOU (NA27/USB4); Codex Bezae(D05) has ENWPION…

Luke 1:5

Lk 1:5 hHRWDOU (TOU) BASILEWS THS IOUDAIAS Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu Sun Aug 25 13:10:21 EDT 2002   Lk 1:4 TWN/hWN Lk 1:5 KAI GUNH AUTWi I hereby resubmit the third of the questions concerned with distinctivereadings of Codex Bezae in the text of Luke’s gospel.Lk 1:5 EGENETO EN TAIS hHMERAIS hHRWDOU (TOU)…

Luke 1:20

Lk 1:20 PLHRWQHSONTAI/PLHSQHSONTAI Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu Sun Aug 25 15:52:21 EDT 2002 back to the list back to the list I hereby resubmit the seventh of the questions concerned with distinctivereadings of Codex Bezae in the text of Luke’s gospel.Lk 1:20 NA27/USB4: TOIS LOGOIS MOU, hOITINES PLHRWQHSONTAI EIS TONKAIRON AUTWN; D05: ……

Luke 1:2

Lk 1:2 KAQA/KAQWS Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu Sun Aug 25 12:32:40 EDT 2002 Less than Greek 101… Lk 1:4 TWN/hWN Introductory note: I feel that the discussions of readings in the text ofLuke’s gospel in Codex Bezae have been gotten off to a bad start by theformatting that I adopted for their presentation.…

Luke 2:2

Lk 2:2 hAUTH EGENETO APOGRAFH PRWTH (D05) Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu Wed Sep 18 08:33:50 EDT 2002   Romans 8:28 and “in” all things PART 2 Photos of Arndt & Gingrich? As indicated in the subject-header, the focus here is the reading of CodexBezae (D05) for the text indicated; it is another in…

Luke 4:40

Luke 4:40 Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu Mon Jun 4 12:17:46 EDT 2001   Jesus’ use of AMHN LEGW SOI Luke 23:43 – the punctuation of the verse At 8:56 PM -0700 6/3/01, Kenneth Litwak wrote:> I’m curious about a piece of Luke 4:40>APANTES (OSOI EICON ASQENOUNTAS>(if the “official transliteration scheme is different,>please tell…

Luke 5:7

Luke 5:7 Kenneth Litwak javajedi2 at yahoo.com Mon Jun 18 00:10:17 EDT 2001   The long ending of Mark Luke 5:7 I have some questions on the first half of Luke5:7:KAI KATENEUSAN TOIS METOCOS en TW hETERW PLOIW TOUELONTAS SULLABESQAI AUTOIS1. When is it legitimate to take the definite articleas a possessive? The first TOIS…

Luke 7:34

Did JESUS drink WINE in Luke 7:34?

So Jesus says that the Son of Man came “eating and drinking.” Does he mean: Men in general eat carbohydrates and drink liquids (which is too obvious) Jesus eats carbohydrates and drinks water (again, somewhat obvious). Jesus eats stuff and drinks wine. Jesus always came eating and drinking (impossible)? Luke 7:29-35 29 (All the people, even…

Luke 18:13

Luke 18:13

Lk 18:13; TWi hAMARTWLWi Paul S Dixon dixonps at juno.com Tue Nov 27 16:23:44 EST 2001   Use of MH Concerning Romans 1: 20 and NOUMENA KATHORATAI Isn’t it rather curious that translators omit the definite article hereand render it as though the construction were anarthrous? Does anybodyknow of a translation yielding “the sinner,” rather…

Luke 1:64

Luke 1:64

Lk 1:64 PARACRHMA Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu Tue Sep 10 08:06:29 EDT 2002   GNWSIS vs EPIGNWSIS Lk 1:79 FWS (Codex Bezae 05) I hereby submit the eleventh of the questions concerned with distinctivereadings of Codex Bezae in the text of Luke’s gospel.Lk 1:63-4NA27/USB4: KAI AITHSAS PINAKIDION EGRAYEN LEGWN: IWANNHS ESTIN ONOMA AUTOU.KAI…

Luke 7:37

Lk 7:37 Braulio Barillas parakal at quetzal.net Tue Jun 9 00:46:11 EDT 1998   URGENT WARNING BHS Received!! At 18:14 8/06/98 -0400, you wrote:>Friends,> >Lk 7:37 contains an interesting adjective, hamartwlos. This adjective>modifies gunh. Now, according to Moulton, this particular adjective can,>indeed, take a masculine (looking?) form. What is puzzling is why.>Brugmann thinks that a…

Luke 17:6

[] Luke 17.6 AN = contingency? Mitch Larramore mitchlarramore at yahoo.com Wed Feb 13 01:21:55 EST 2008   [] Luke 16:23 TOIS KOLPOIS [] Luke 17.6 AN = contingency? EIPEN DE hO KURIOS EI ECETE PISTIN hWS KOKKON SINAPEWSELEGETE AN THi SUKAMINWi TAUTHi EKRIZWQHTI KAIFUTEUQHTI EN THi QALASSHi KAI hUPHKOUSEN AN hUMIN How does AN…

Luke 8:28

Lk 8:28 Rick Strelan rick.strelan at mailbox.uq.edu.au Thu Jul 8 22:35:10 EDT 1999   Hair-splitting apologies Any comments on the variant EA in Lk 8:28? I’d be particularly keen to knowof non-biblical occurrences of EA in magical papyri etc.RickDr Rick StrelanStudies in ReligionUniversity of QueenslandAustralia 4072   Hair-splitting apologies Lk 8:28 Rick Strelan rick.strelan at…