Luke 18:11

Steven R. Lo Vullo doulos at appleisp.net
Mon Sep 10 01:23:56 EDT 2001


on 9/9/01 7:47 PM, Carl W. Conrad at cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu wrote:

> The other instance seems a bit ambiguous to me: Lk 24:12 ... KAI APHLQEN
> PROS hEAUTON QAUMAZWN TO GEGONOS. While PROS hEAUTON just possibly may
> construe with APHLQEN here in the sense "s'en est alle' chez soi," I think
> a case might be made out that PROS hEAUTON should construe with QAUMAZWN,
> inasmuch as SUZHTEW and AGANAKTEW indicate mental responses to an observed
> event that are not actually verbalized but internalized in the
> participants' pyches; I would think it would be reasonable to suppose that
> PROS hEAUTON QAUMAZWN could mean "marveling to himself/without vocalizing
> it."

Carl:

Interestingly, the KJV translates, "wondering in himself at that which was
come to pass," and NIV translates "wondering to himself what had happened."
-- 

Steve Lo Vullo
Madison, WI




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