From: D. Anthony Storm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 09 1996 - 09:55:08 EDT
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.
Thanks in advance.
-- D. Anthony Storm, CUNY, Graduate Center email@example.com http://www.users.interport.net/~dstorm "C'est le coeur qui sent Dieu et non la raison." Pascal
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