According to CopticReader the Lord's resurrection is to be commemorated:
"From the eve of the Resurrection to the last day of the Pentecost period, as well as Sundays from the Apostles Fast to the 4th Sunday Hatoor and on the commemorations of the Annunciation, Nativity and Resurrection (ie the 29th of every Coptic month) and from the 29th of Paone to the 29th of Paope"
Can anyone confirm what is meant by "29th of Paone to the 29th of Paope"? I have never heard of this before and it is contradicted by other parts of CopticReader.
My issue is not with the Coptic language per se, what's authentic what's not, but with the continuing invention and innovation since no body seems to appreciate how the names read and they just apply the innovative rules as a means of reading contradicting the simple fact that they are not read that way. Again not language but we're unfortunately going down the route of God's word "my people are destroyed by the lack of knowledge".
I hope you don't mean 7'alleena allawy.. for English speakers let's be flimsy.. sorry for my loose translation. Anyway you may have seen how people are making things up in every aspect of the Coptic language. I wish people learn from the west since they are living in the west now and say I DON'T KNOW instead of doing things willy nilly so that it may be near correct if not totally correct.. well, I believe that is a very wrong attitude.. at the very least not one that suits Christianity let alone the orthodox dogma of which..
I thought this is part of the topic too. Sorry dear it seems people are not really interested in hearing other people's views unless they agree with what they think.. ok, sorry again..
The thread is about dates not pronunciation/spelling. It has nothing to do with what I want to hear.
Usually I don't mind pursuing a relevant tangent to the discussion at hand. And I do believe the correct spelling of Paope and Paone is a relevant tangent. But the topic of correct Coptic pronunciation already has numerous other threads devoted to it. The original topic of the discussion does not (as far as I am aware). Further, discussions on OB vs GB have a history of spiralling out of control, and if this discussion does, I'll probably never get an answer to my original question. I believe my request is reasonable, so I'd appreciate it if you could drop the sarcasm (at least you appear to me to be sarcastic).