I was always useless at languages. I had the most amazing Greek teacher in Edgehill but I still struggled with it. Anyway, it is the following Latin that I need help with. Cranfield is commenting on Mark 14:36 ( ... take this cup from me ...). The concept of the 'cup' has its roots in the Old Testament (e.g. 'the cup of God's fury' in Isaiah 51:22-23). Cranfield writes, 'any discussion of the Cross which leaves out of account Christ's bearing of the wrath of God is surely open to the charge: nondum considerasti quanti ponderis sit peccatum. What? Answers on a postcard!