Hoping this has long since been forwarded
Bivin's answer to Fritsch's inquiry
From: David Bivin [mailto:david@...
Sent: Saturday, September 04, 2004 11:52 PM
To: Halvor & Mirja Ronning
Subject: Re: [Synoptic-L] Kephas
All of Mr. Fritsch's queries are thoroughly answered in my "Matthew 16:18:
The Petros-petra Wordplay" at:
P.O. Box 31820, 91317 Jerusalem, Israel
Tel: 972-2-5335544; Fax: 972-2-5335566
on 9/3/04 8:49 PM, Halvor Ronning at jshr@...
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> Subject: [Synoptic-L] Kephas
> Is Kephas a common name ?
> a short note in " Peter in the New Testament" (n. 42, p. 113 in french
> the authors say that Peter-Kephas was not common either in greek,
> arameen or
> Some interrogations :
> -- Is this true ?
> -- is Caïphe an equivalent of Kephas ?
> -- what is the hebrew version of Kephas ?
> I ask the question because this note is not affirmative on the subject.
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