[sword-devel] GNU and OS ideologies and indulgences
Mon, 17 Dec 2001 16:40:32 -0800
I have taken all responses off line except this one since is is likely less
The first reference is Acts 13:9 to Shaul being also called Paulos.
Interestingly enough in 13:3 the Holy Spirit calls him Shaul.
> This is completely off-topic but I will ask anyway :-)
> Can you tell me where your scriptual reference for the Paul being renamed
> God argument is?
> I have often been told this but have never found anything in the Bible to
> back it up.
> Am I missing it somewhere?
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> > Rabbi Shaul,
> > although Paul is also legitemate.
> Although, wouldn't it be *incorrect* to refer to Paul as Rabbi Shaul
> (Saul), after he was renamed by God? Looking at my Greek Bible (some odd
> verison, and also the UBS/Nestle-Aland 26th), I can see that Paul's name
> checked a few of the Epistles) is Paulos, not Saul or Shaul.
> > Likewise you probably know that Jesus is
> > a modern translation of Yeshua,
> You have a better point on this one. I'd be half way inclined to
> translate it that way - but then again, you have to ask yourself this -
> should you go with the proper Hebrew and Greek names in the Bible, or the
> more familiar names that will make the Bible the most accessible?
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