Blahoslav.Cicel at cb.cz
Wed May 29 04:00:09 EDT 2002
First: EP ESCATOU is in W-H and UBS, TR has EP ESCATWN. Thus no lack of
agreement in number.
Second: if I am correct ESCATOU is Gen.Sing.Masc. (Fem. should be ESCATHS).
So there is lack not only in number, but in gender either. My suggestion is
to take it as:
At the final (time), i.e. in these days, he spoke in...
pastor in the North of Czecho
From: David Thiele [mailto:thielogian at yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 8:20 AM
To: Biblical Greek
Subject: [b-greek] Hebrews 1:2
Hebrews 1:2 reads EP ESXATOU TWN hHMERWN TOUTWN
ELALHSEN hHMIN EN hUIW(i).
My question is this: Since ESXATOS is an adjective
presumably qualifying hHMERWN (certainly to judge by
the translations), why is it singular when hHMERWN is
To put the question another way, if the usual
translation ("these last days") is the correct one is
there any particular significance in the lack of
agreement in number?
Pacific Adventist University
Papua New Guinea
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