From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 11 1997 - 08:48:39 EST
At 9:33 AM -0600 3/11/97, Eric Weiss wrote:
>Re: Dative in John 4:23
>At 6:25 AM -0600 3/11/97, Andrew Kulikovsky wrote:
>>IN John 4:23 we find the following:
>>OTE OI ALHQINOI PROSKUNHTAI PROSKUNHSOUSIN TW PATRI EN PNEUMATI KAI
>>"when the true worshipper will worship the Father in spirit and truth"
>>Now, the question I have is what kind of dative is EN PNEUMATI KAI
>>ALHQEIA? How should I understand the KAI? Should I take this as two
>>separate datives, EN PNEUMATI and ALHQEIA, which are linked by KAI?
>>My gut feeling is that these are instrumental datives of manner. Brooks
>>and Winbery call it an Instrumental of Manner. I also checked Moule and
>>Zerwick but didn't find much help.
>>Assuming, it is an instrumental of manner and that this is one compound
>>dative, my translations would be:
>>"when the true worshipers will worship the father spiritually and
>Is there any significance to the fact that in 4:20 ff. the woman and
>Jesus say: "hOI PATERES hHMWN <EN TWi OREI TOUTWi> PROSKUNHSAN ...
>hUMEIS LEGETE hOTI <EN IEROSOLUMOIS>> ESTIN hO TOPOS ... LEGEI AUTHi hO
>IHSOUS ... OUTE <EN TWi OREI TOUTWi> OUTE <EN IEROSOLUMOIS> PROSKUNHSETE
>I.e., does this immediately preceding and contextually-related usage of
>EN as a place or perhaps sphere where one is to worship influence the
>interpretation of the EN in EN PNEUMATI KAI ALHQEIA?
I suppose you mean, Eric, the fact that the preposition EN is used with
those place names in 4:20. Quite frankly, I can't see how that is relevant
at all, since those are clearly Locative datives whereas EN PNEUMATI KAI
ALHQEIAi really MUST be an Instrumental dative.
Carl W. Conrad
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