From: Chet Creider (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Aug 27 2001 - 08:52:40 EDT
What is the sense of the preposition PROS in Luke 18:11:
hO FARISAIOS STAQEIS TAUTA PROS hEAUTON PROSHUCETO
Zerwick and Grosvenor suggest "within", and I have seen "with" and
"about" (all followed by "himself") in various English translations.
Metzger (_A Textual Commentary..._, 2nd ed.) notes that the preposition
has caused difficulty and is replaced with KATA in some versions and
in others omitted entirely.
A second question, not unrelated. It is likely that this question
has been asked before, but I was unable to manipulate the search
engine in the archives to do more than get the first of some 106
replies to my search string of "Luke 18:11". I use a vt100 emulation
and it is not obvious with it how to access the full string of
search results. Is there a document which explains this anywhere?
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