From: Edgar Foster (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Aug 22 1998 - 12:20:24 EDT
Acts 1:3 reads (in part):
hOIS KAI PARESTHSEN hEAUTON ZWNTA META TO PAQEIN AUTON EN POLLOIS
Is the following paraphrase too strong?
"To his apostles he presented himself alive after suffering, by
demonstrating many irrefutable proofs."
The primary part of the paraphrase I am concerned about is the
rendering of TEKMHRIOIS. Does the word indicate that prima facie
evidence is under discussion?
Any thoughts would be appreciated,
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