From: Kenneth Litwak (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 05 2001 - 00:38:57 EST
In Luke 4:16, we read
KATA TO EIWQHS AUTW
I'm guessing this says something to the effect of
"according to that which is customery for him>" I'm
not usre how to maintain the participial force of
EIWQHS (perf form with pres. meaning).
In 4:18 we read
PNEUMA KURIOU EP EME (OU
I haven't found anyone yet who translates (OU but
EINEKEN which folows it so far as I can tell doesn't
need a genitive rel. pronoun to complete its meaning.
What's up? Thanks.
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