From: Dave Washburn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 12 2001 - 21:17:11 EDT
> A number of translations render this:
> he must rise again from the dead (KJ, NASB, Rheim's, etc.).
> Where do they get the "again"? When was Jesus raised previously from the
> dead? Is this simply King James lingo that somehow managed to survive in
> certain modern translations? Is the prefix AN- to be taken like ANWQEN
> whereby the meaning can be "again" (versus "from above")?
"Rise again" is a common idiomatic phrase in English, indicating
"become alive again (after dying)." The ANA in ANASTASIS is
likely the indicator of the "again" part.
"You just keep thinking, Butch. That's what you're good at."
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