Re: verbal aspect and conditions

In my own reading of Fanning, I found his treatment of prohibitions 
to be more satisfying than Porter's. But I know that a Porter student
or two (or more) or on this list, and I'd really like to hear from 
them too (or is that you, Mari?).  Of course, comments from others would
be welcome, too.
Gary D. Collier
University of Denver/Iliff School of Theology