From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 05 2001 - 10:23:03 EDT
At 6:16 AM -0700 9/5/01, Alan B. Thomas wrote:
>> Heb. 11:10a
>> EXEDECETO GAR THN TOUS QEMELIOUS ECOUSAN POLIN...
>> Not finding any contextually developed
>> how are we to understand the definite article here?
>Kataphoric would seem to be quite possible here.
>So that you have a city and its foundations
>.... whose builder and maker is God.
On the other hand, this is actually pretty standard older Attic
word-placement of article and noun so as to enclose participial modifier
preceded by its object.
Carl W. Conrad
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