Re: [SCA-JML] Digest Number 1085
Greetings... kurios eleison... ehehe...
Ahhh... Russian Orthodox... hmm.. didn't know they used the same
word, which is what threw me... ehehe..
Very cool.. and yes.. I was 'orthodoxos', but left the church when
I was about 12 and old enough to understand... ehehe.. went
searching and Wicca is what found me... ehehe..
I would love to hear the RC priest's reasoning....but.. I won't ask
you take up the List's bandwith for this...
Thanks for the chat... ehehe
Omi no Matashichiro Michimoto
> Bhraonain / John / Fuzzy Bunz wrote:
> > Greetings...
> > I just had to comment on this email..
> > Effingham-dono...
> > Are you greek orthodox??
> Ortho, yes. Greek, no.
> > You mention lampada which is what the 'oil
> > lamps' or 'uncandles' as they were popularily called many moons
> > are called...
> > But.. from the message.. I would say you don't speak greek??
> Very, very little. In seminary, our intro Greek was basically just
> phonetic (i.e., how to read the service books). We had to go off on
> our own if we
> actually wanted to grok Greek.
> > One
> > lambatha or lambada, depending on how you want to write the hard
> > sound represented by the delta, and 2 or more lambathes.. or
> > lambades... ehehe...
> Ah, but in the RUSSIAN Orthodox Church we call 'em "lampada."
> (I notice you say "orthodox" rather than "orthodhoksia" <G>)
> > Just curious.. from an ex-greek orthodoxer... and greek
> > eheheh
> Ah, you're never "ex." (Something I picked up from an RC priest I
> once knew <G>).
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