James Ernest wrote:2. The tricky bit is the second τω. I think it functions a a relative pronoun, whereby. So λέγοντας is followed in indirect discourse by two "clauses," one main (they would say that "δι ου" matches up with ο θεος), the other relative (whereby [meaning either by virtue of δι ου or, more likely, by virtue of the connection between δι ου and ο θεος] the works of the son are referred or attributed to the father.
James Ernest wrote:Thanks, Carl. Your way on 2 doesn't require cheating with regard to that τῷ, but it didn't occur to me at all. How usual is this usage without a preposition (maybe εν τω . . . αναφερεσθαι) ?
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