Re: [textualcriticism] Re: BTW: James
- On 7 Sep 2011 at 10:59, George F Somsel wrote:
>Is this your own definition, or is it something that's out there in the literature as well? Just
> That is basically the standard definition of inspiration for
> Fundamentalists (AKA: "Evangelicals"),
> but that is not the definition which I would espouse. I would say
> that inspiration lies in the
> message and not in the words which then entails that there is no
> manuscript of scriptures, unless
> radically altered to set forth a different message, which is not
> inspired. If some such revision of
> the definition of "inspiration" is not made, we do not have an
> inspired Word of God, and never
> have since the first copy (as opposed to autograph) was penned.
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Gethsemane – Γεθσημανη / Γεθσημανει is English transliteration of Greek transliteration of Hebrew / Aramaic גת שמנ \ שמנא – Geth shemen – “oil press”.
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Subject: [textualcriticism] Gethsemane
Could someone tell me what language Gethsemane is. I thought it was Latin, but I checked several references and there is some contradiction.
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