From: Dave Washburn (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Apr 02 2001 - 14:36:09 EDT
> Acts 9:4a
> KAI PESWN EPI THN GHN HKOUSE FWNHN LEGOUSAN AUTWi, SAOUL
> Acts 9:7b
> AKOUSONTES MEN THS FWNHS MHDENA DE QEWROUNTES
> Acts 22.9
> THN DE FWNHN OUK HKOUSAN TOU LALOUNTOS MOI
> Rather than an appeal to the Genitive versus the Accusative of FWNH, is it
> possible that in 9:7, THS FWNHS refers to Saul's voice?
> Hence, those standing by heard Saul, but did not hear to whom he was
> which 22:9 states.
> Mark Wilson
The most common explanation is that the genitive indicates they
heard a sound, whereas the accusative indicates they didn't hear
the actual words. See Kittel I:216 and the grammar references
"You just keep thinking, Butch. That's what you're good at."
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