Re: Rom 1.20
Carlton L. Winbery (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 9 May 1996 09:47:53 +0400
Anthony Storm wrote;
>I hope this question is not a repeat. I have just started reading
>Romans. In the middle of chapter 1, verse 20, I read:
>"hE te aidios", etc. (hope this is transliterated right). My question
>is: what is the 'hE' doing? Does it refer back to ktisews? If so, how
>does it operate semantically and syntactically? Translations that I
>referred to did not help.
The way some transliterate this would by hH TE AIDIOS. hH is the article
used with DUNAMIS. It is accented because two proclitics come together.
Grace and peace,
Carlton L. Winbery
Fogleman Professor of Religion