Re: [Synoptic-L] Variant in Lukan version of LP
- At 08:28 AM 11/28/2012, Jgibson wrote:
>As many of you know, a small number of witnesses to the text of Lk.How about another alternative? That these two versions are both
>11:2 testify that the second petition in the Lukan version of the
>version of the LP read not "May your Kingdom come" but "May your Holy
>Spirit come upon us and purify us".
>I'm wondering how one should assess this variant. Is it original? Is it
>commentary on what the kingdom petition is all about? Or is it
original, but with different factions within the followers of Jesus?
e.g., between the zealots who may have been allied with Bar Kochba on
the one hand, and the pentecostals of Acts and Paul on the other hand?
Northern Arizona University
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Subject: [XTalk] Variant in Lukan version of LP
As many of you know, a small number of witnesses to the text of Lk.
11:2 testify that the second petition in the Lukan version of the
version of the LP read not "May your Kingdom come" but "May your Holy
Spirit come upon us and purify us".
I'm wondering how one should assess this variant. Is it original? Is it
commentary on what the kingdom petition is all about? Or is it
Jeffrey B. Gibson D.Phil. Oxon.
1500 W. Pratt Blvd
The three petitions. "Holy be YOUR name" and "Let come YOUR kingdom" and
"Let be done YOUR will" are each consistently FOR God while that variant is
what some scribe figures is going to happen to US if the KoG did come. I
don't know which mss it is but it, unlike the rest of the prayer, doesn't
appear (I need to see the actual Greek) to have Aramaic structure. I think
it's scribal fancy.
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