ph.maertens at gmail.com
Wed Aug 29 17:08:34 EDT 2007
Dear list members,
In Acts 7:4 we read :
TOTE EXELQWN EK GHS CALDAIWN KATWiKHSEN EN CARRAN KAKEIQEN META TO APOQANEIN TON PATERA AUTOU METWiKISEN AUTON EIS THN GHN TAUTHN
My question relates to the word KAKEIQEN which, according to LSG and my modest Greek - Dutch dictionary, can function as a adverb of time or an adverb of space. Most translations understand the word in Ac 7, 4 as an adverb of space. Others treat it as an adverb of time. Personally I would consider it an adverb of space : it follows the indication of where Abraham settled. Is this a right deduction or are there other clues which help to decide the function of KAKEIQEN?
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