From: Blahoslav Číčel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Sep 14 1999 - 05:15:00 EDT
God bless you all.
AKOUSANTES THN PISTIN hUMWN... KAI THN AGAPHN... (Col 1:4)
Usually it is translated "...we heard *of* your faith... and of your love" (or:
*about*), but I couldn't find in my grammar handbooks why the preposition is
added. (May be I missed it.)
It is only because to say "... we heard your faith...and your love" is at least
unusual, or there is some grammatical reason to do it?
pastor, Most, Czech rep.
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