From: David Thiele (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Apr 21 2001 - 02:47:37 EDT
This is my first posting.
I am wondering if someone can explain to me why the relative pronoun in
John 1:15 is in the accusative case where the genitive appears to be more
appropriate. It reads hOUTOS HN hON EIPON (This is he whom I said). The
meaning is "This is he of whom I said" which to my thinking should be
hOUTOS HN hOU EIPON.
Seeing as neither commentaries or grammars which I have consulted have
discussed the problem, I feel I am missing something basic. I don't know
what it is.
Can anyone clarify it for me
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