From: Jim Beale (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 03 1998 - 00:54:10 EST
At 11:14 AM -0500 4/1/98, Paul S. Dixon wrote:
>>Why can't the nominatives "DEXIOTHS KAI NOOS" be the subject?
>NOOS is the genitive of NOUS. BAG has: NOUS, NOOS, NOI, NOUN.
>Consistent use in the NT bears this out.
>Taking NOUS as the genitive, I pretty much assumed DEXIOTHS was a
>genitive in parallel and with the -HS ending.
Ack, you're absolutely right. I thought NOOS was nominative.
I didn't even bother to check it. Shame, shame... :-(
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