[B-Greek] him which is, and which was, and which is to come
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Tue Nov 22 16:08:08 EST 2005
> > hO WN KAI hO HN KAI hO ERCOMENOS as a whole formulation is John's
> > rendering
> > of the Hebrew tetragrammaton--not just hO WN. So the whole
> > expression is a
> > title, God's "name".
> While this is an interesting hypothesis, I hardly think it is
> demonstrable, at least on the basis of evidence that can be
> discussed in this forum.
> Carl W. Conrad
Wouldn't the consistent use of nominative indicate the whole thing is some
kind of forumala, or 'package'? Or would the initial indeclinable form
govern the following forms with APO as well?
(Whether or not is meant to have 1:1 rendering of tetragrammaton...)
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