From: Theodore H. Mann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Mar 22 1998 - 22:22:06 EST
Translations differ with regard to EMELLON APOQANEIN, in Rev.3:2,
some translating the imperfect verb as "are about...," and others using
"were about...." Is one or the other preferable, or are both
acceptable? What is the rationale for either choice? Thanks.
Dr. Theodore "Ted" H. Mann
Orchard Lake, Michigan
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