From: Jon R. Venema (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Feb 13 2000 - 11:23:47 EST
Message text written by "Carl W. Conrad"
At 6:12 PM -0800 2/12/00, John Wilking wrote:
>F.F. Bruce tried to make the point that APOKALUYAI TON hUION AUTOU EN EMOI
>in Galations 1:16 should or could be translated "reveal his son to me."
>also have FANERON ESTIN EN AUTOIS in Romans 1:19 which James Dunn
>as "is evident to them." The prepositional phrase seems to be equivalent
>the following AUTOIS in the same verse. It seems that EN may have the
>of "to". Perhaps it has this meaning when it is collocated with certain
>>Meaning, I suppose, with verbs of showing? I remain quite unconvinced,
>>although I respect Bruce and Dunn; I could accept "among them" or "in
>>midst" for EN AUTOIS, but not "to them"; and in Gal 1:16 I could accept
>>EMOI as "by me" or "through my agency" but I'm not yet ready to accept EN
>>dative as expressing a dative of reference or indirect object. Again,
>>all due respect to Bruce and Dunn, I'd need to see on what basis they
>>to argue that EN + dative in those verses has the force of an ordinary
>>dative of indirect object.
>>Anybody else have some input into this question?
What do you make of these references in Zechariah 1:9,13,14,17; 2:2,7;
5:5,10; 6:4,5? All of the references involvl LALEIN with EN EMOI.
An associative idea? The impression, however, comes close to an ordinary
dative of indirect object. Interesting.
Jon R. Venema
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