jwest at Highland.Net
Mon Mar 8 05:20:51 EST 1999
At 08:59 AM 3/8/99 -0600, you wrote:
>"Carl W. Conrad" wrote:
>> Let me just add another comment to Jeffrey's question about the question:
>> it appears to be a question about an unnamed text wherein some idea of
>> separation may be implicit or explicit because of some other stated or
>> implicit contextual assumptions.
>And let me underscore Carl's remarks on my question about a question by
>the original question regarding the original meaning/etymology of QANATOS
>more to be a question about what death itself *is* or how the ancients
>"experience" (with apologies to Wittengestein) than one on the meaning of
Perhaps its just me- but I just took the question at face value and presumed
that the chap who asked it wanted to know if the stem "qan" derived from
some such word as would connote "separation". The answer is a simple no.
On my earlier "prawn" post- thanks for the correction. My stubby fingers
reversed the order of a couple of letters and, viola!, street walkers became
sea creatures!!! If I could do it on a computer I wonder how many NT
scribes did it.....
Anyway- back to our more delightful discussion of Mr Death, who always
appears when one eats canned salmon.
Jim West, ThD
Quartz Hill School of Theology
jwest at highland.net
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