From: Harold R. Holmyard III (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon May 28 2001 - 17:12:30 EDT
>I was leaning toward APOKALUYIS as the antecedent of hA. This would be
>more concept than grammar, I suppose, given the idea that APOKALUYIS as a
>whole contains a number of hA DEI GENESQAI EN TACEI.
>Do you see any grammatical connection between APOKALUYIS and hA, or is
>that purely a logical connection?
HH: Thanks for asking. I really don't see a connection. There is already a
relative pronoun whose antecedent is APOKALUYIS earlier in the verse, hHN.
It is feminine singular. Why would the author then switch to neuter plural
in the next reference back to APOKALUYIS? It seems unlikely. It appears
better to equate hA with APOKALUYIS conceptually the way you did.
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