[B-Greek] Acts 13:32-33
kline_dekooning at earthlink.net
Fri Sep 7 14:55:16 EDT 2007
On Sep 5, 2007, at 11:14 PM, Iver Larsen wrote:
> It is important to remember that the words EGEIRW and ANISTHMI do
> not in
> themselves refer to the resurrection. That is why in every case
> where the
> resurrection is in view either we have a direct specification like
> EK NEKRWN
> or it is abundantly clear from context that the resurrection is the
> V. 34 is introduced by a DE and there is a different quote
> connected with
> this topic than the quote in v. 33. The themes in v. 32-33 and v.
> 34 are two
> different themes.
ACTS 3:22 MWUSHS MEN EIPEN hOTI PROFHTHN hUMIN ANASTHSEI KURIOS hO
QEOS hUMWN EK TWN ADELFWN hUMWN hWS EME: AUTOU AKOUSESQE KATA PANTA
hOSA AN LALHSHi PROS hUMAS. 23 ESTAI DE PASA YUCH hHTIS EAN MH
AKOUSHi TOU PROFHTOU EKEINOU EXOLEQREUQHSETAI EK TOU LAOU. 24 KAI
PANTES DE hOI PROFHTAI APO SAMOUHL KAI TWN KAQEXHS hOSOI ELALHSAN KAI
KATHGGEILAN TAS hHMERAS TAUTAS. 25 hUMEIS ESTE hOI hUIOI TWN
PROFHTWN KAI THS DIAQHKHS hHS DIEQETO hO QEOS PROS TOUS PATERAS hUMWN
LEGWN PROS ABRAAM: KAI EN TWi SPERMATI SOU [EN]EULOGHQHSONTAI PASAI
hAI PATRIAI THS GHS. 26 hUMIN PRWTON ANASTHSAS hO QEOS TON PAIDA
AUTOU APESTEILEN AUTON EULOGOUNTA hUMAS EN TWi APOSTREFEIN hEKASTON
APO TWN PONHRIWN hUMWN.
Webb already noted of the possible connection between ANISTHMI in
Deut. 18:15,18 and Acts 13:33. In Acts 3:22 PROFHTHN hUMIN ANASTHSEI
KURIOS hO QEOS hUMWN there is no doubt about this. For this reason, I
wonder why Danker 3d ed. (ANISTHMI 2) appears to read hUMIN PRWTON
ANASTHSAS hO QEOS TON PAIDA AUTOU v26 as a reference to Jesus'
resurrection. He notes parenthetically that this is "wordplay" with
ANASTHSEI in v22. I understand that Luther and Beza read it this way
but I cannot imagine why.
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