GYNAIKAS in accusative

From: Patrick Brennan (
Date: Tue Apr 30 1996 - 16:55:08 EDT

I'm perplexed (my normal state). In 1Tim. 3:11 GYNAIKAS is in the
accusative. Why? {I don't mean to be too "wordy" : -)} What is it the
object of? What is the subject? I see the same thing in verse 8 with
DIAKONOUS in the accusative. I'm learning greek on my own and I appreciate
being able to come to this list and ask questions. Please feel free to
answer me off list if this is too elementary.


Patrick Brennan
Vista, Ca.
Pharmacist by day, Student of Greek by night

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