From: Carlton L. Winbery (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Jun 03 1996 - 09:08:04 EDT
Jim Vallenga wrote;
>I have run across the Greek idiom EPI TO AUTO three times in
>Acts 2. Most translations translate it as some variety of
>"together". But this is also the translation of hOMOU, which
>appears along with it in Acts 2.1:
> ... they were all hOMOU EPI TO AUTO
>Can anyone give me a sense of the differences in flavor between
>hOMOU, EPI TO AUTO, and SUN?
I know that others have adequately answered this question. I wanted to
call attention to another similar idiom in 1 John 5:8.
KAI hOI TREIS EIS TO hEN EISIN.
"These three agree" (are unto the one).
Fogleman Prof. Religion
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