Re: PROLAMBANW in Gal. 6:1

To make a mountain of a molehill, let me note that the aorist subjunctive 
normally has no "temporal" force, of course, as we sense that indicative 
verb tenses generally have.

I believe that David Moore means that PRO- has "sequential" force, instead. 
It is a curious turn of phrase, especially with the EAN KAI PROLHMFQH| word 
order, rather than KAI EAN...if I can trust my electronic copy of the GNT.  
My paper copies are all at home.

--David N. Wigtil.  Technology Assessment.  U. S. Department of Energy.
Sophronos d' apistias
ouk estin ouden khresimoteron brotois.  (Euripides, "Helen" 1617-1618)
(There's nothing more helpful for mortals than sensible disbelief.)
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