From: John M. Moe (John.M.Moeemail@example.com)
Date: Tue May 11 1999 - 06:30:28 EDT
At Acts. 1:10 POREUOMENOU AUTO is consistently taken as a genitive
absolute with temporal connotation "as He went up" (NKJV). It seems a
bit awkward since the verse already has a temporal expression hWS
ATENIZONTES. My question: could this not be a genitive of apposition?
Could hWS ATENIZONTES ASAN EIS TON OURANON POREUOMENOU AOUTOU. Be
rendered something like "As they stood gazing into the heaven where he
was going?" or would that require the article - TOU POREUOMENOU AUTOU?
Rev. John M. Moe St. John's Lutheran Church, Rich Valley http://www.state.net/sjrv/
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