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  1. Thanks, Joel.

    I just got back from a book tour in the South, so I’ve been away for a while.

    I haven’t forgotten your question about Isaiah. I can compose some answers (like the one I just posted) on an airplane. For others (like yours) I need to be in my office/library.

    Look for something this weekend. I had never really paid the phrase much attention, and you’ve gotten me intrigued.

    Joel

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    1. Polycarp

      Excellent! The reason which I asked about that phrase is that in the older translations, it is ‘wonderful, counselor’ while in the new, the two are combined. I read somewhere once upon a time that ‘wonderful’ meant ‘wonder’ as in miracle.

      Glad to see you make it home safely, and looking forward to reading your new book which should be in my hands rather shortly.

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