Luke 12: 27
nomre2me at email.msn.com
Wed Jan 19 01:07:49 EST 2000
I am having difficulty with the grammar of the passage:
OIS OUK ESTIN TAMEION OUDE APOQHKH
It appears to mean: which is not a barn, nor a storehouse, but the idea of
ravens/crows as either of those is ridiculous. Can someone with a more established sense of reasoning tell me how is goes together, then explain why.
A servant, Joseph Garnier
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