From: Mike Sangrey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Mar 11 2000 - 18:03:52 EST
In Acts 4:2 we have
KAI KATAGGELLEIN EN TW IHSOU THN ANASTASIN THN EK NEKRWN,
The last THN strikes me as interesting. I understand, correct me if I'm
wrong, that what that does grammatically is make the EK NEKRWN phrase
attributive to ANASTASIN. So, we have a 'from-[the]-dead resurrection'.
Why? Why go to that bother? Would it not have been simpler to just say
THN ANASTASIN EK NEKRWN
THN ANASTASIN EK TWN NEKRWN.
Thanks ahead of time for any help in understanding.
-- Mike Sangrey email@example.com Landisburg, Pa. There is no 'do' in faith, everywhere present within it is 'done'.
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