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1 Corinth. 12:13b varient in Codex. A

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  • steelcurtain40@yahoo.com
    Peter, Thank you. But I am not only referring to esmen but the whole second half of 1 Cor. 12:13 in the Alexandrinus manuscript. The varient is a whole
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 5, 2012
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      Peter,
      Thank you. But I am not only referring to "esmen'' but the whole second half of 1 Cor. 12:13 in the Alexandrinus manuscript. The varient is a whole different phrase altogether.

      But it is only known in the Alexandrinus manuscript, right?

      Thanks for your time

      Mike Karoules

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    • Peter Streitenberger
      Dear Mike, here is the whole transcription of Codex A in 1Cor 12,13: Και γαρ εν ενι Π̅Ν̅Ι̅ ημεις παντες εις εν σωμα
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        Dear Mike,
         
        here is the whole transcription of Codex A in 1Cor 12,13:
         
        Και γαρ εν ενι Π̅Ν̅Ι̅ ημεις παντες εις εν σωμα εβαπτισθημεν ειτε Ιουδαιοι ειτε Ελληνες ειτε δουλοι ειτε ελευθεροι και παˉτες εν σωμα εσμεν
         
        >But it is only known in the Alexandrinus manuscript, right?
        As far as I can tell: yes !
         
        I hope you can read it !
        Yours
        Peter, Germany
         
         
        Sent: Friday, October 05, 2012 3:58 PM
        Subject: [textualcriticism] 1 Corinth. 12:13b varient in Codex. A
         
         

        Peter,
        Thank you. But I am not only referring to "esmen'' but the whole second half of 1 Cor. 12:13 in the Alexandrinus manuscript. The varient is a whole different phrase altogether.

        But it is only known in the Alexandrinus manuscript, right?

        Thanks for your time

        Mike Karoules

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