From: John Wilking (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Mar 17 2001 - 00:15:10 EST
>I would be interested in understanding why the writer of Isaiah would
>consider that the use of the first person pronoun "ani" would be
>recognized as related to the Hebrew verb "eheyeh" either on or off list.
Are there any other instances in the LXX or Classical Greek in which EGW
EIMI, SU EI, AUTOS ESTIN or HMEIS ESMEN occur without a complement? I don't
have much chance to use TLG and besides I don't think it allows for searches
to include "without a complement."
My hunch is that AUTOS ESTIN without a complement would, in theory, be
equivalent to YHVH.
John C. Wilking
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