possessive case


What Is He Talking About?

a: Possessive case ~
b: something confusing

What: "We, of course, know nothing in and of ourselves. We must all be taught. No language develops irrational concepts for any word. To say that that is the meaning of a mere second person pronoun in the genitive or possessive case is like saying that "it is not for you to go to Mexico." That means "in and of yourself it is not for you to go" before tritely adding ". . .but you can take a bus." Regrettably, for Camping's sake, Acts 1:7 means what it is translated to mean: "It is not for you to know.""

Writer: Not Stated
Date: Oct 10 2013 3:51 PM

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