[B-Greek] Where does 'eleos' fit in here?
albert.pietersma at sympatico.ca
Thu Sep 13 21:04:05 EDT 2007
The variant reflects the Hebraistic turn of phrase POIEW ELEOS
META. Since the Goettingen apparatus has ELEOS marked as a
hexaplaric plus, the primary issue is NOT the sense of the verse as a
whole but rather its quantitative equivalence to the source text.
Do not put us to shame,
but do mercy with us in your fairness
and in your abundant mercy.
On Sep 10, 2007, at 1:31 PM, Litteral John wrote:
> In a variant reading of Daniel 3:42 in the OG LXX, it reads,
> alla poihson meq hmwn eleos kata thn epieikaian sou...
> How would eleos fit into the verse and how would you translate it?
> Thank you!
> John Litteral
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