From: Alan B. Thomas (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Nov 24 2000 - 15:28:04 EST
Luke 2.42 + 2.43
KAI hOTE EGENETO ETWN DWDEKA [aorist tense]
ANABAINONTWN AUTWN [present tense]
KATA TO EQOS THS hEORTHS
KAI TELEIWSANTWN TAS hHMERAS [aorist tense]
EN TWi hUPOSTREFEIN AUTOUS [present tense]
hUPEMEINEN IHSOUS hO PAIS EN IEROUSALHM [aorist tense]
KAI OUK EGNWSAN OI GONEIS AUTOU [aorist tense]
ANABAINONTWN in the present tense strikes me as
unusual. Both from an aspectual and temporal view.
Any explanations as to this present usage here?
Alan B. Thomas
"the questions that rose out of the depths of the mystery
of Job were answered only by a deeper mystery....
that of God Himself." (Elisabeth Elliot)
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