From: Mark Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 13 2001 - 17:46:59 EDT
You responded to this:
>There is no "again" in ANASTASIS. The preposition ANA
>means UP or UPWARD. Combined with hISTHMI (STASIS),
>which denotes "cause to stand," you have "caused to
>stand upright," hence "to be resurrected." The
>infinitive completes DEI.
>The ANA in question is not a preposition but a prefix in a composite verb.
From what source are you getting this information? All my sources confirm
that ANA is a preposition used in this compound verb (and it is identified
as a preposition).
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