Date: Wed Nov 18 1998 - 09:21:18 EST
In a message dated 11/17/1998 1:12:30 PM, jwest@Highland.Net wrote:
<<No. All it indicates is that the author used the present tense here (as in
many other places) simply for the sake of vivid narration.>>
The question arises, does the historical present occur with EIMI? Se Wallace,
Exegetical Syntax, 530-31 on this.
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