From: Bart Ehrman (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Feb 16 1999 - 20:14:39 EST
OK, consider me emboldened by Carl Conrad's reply.
Does anyone want to explain to me how s/he understands the grammar of 2
Clement 2:6: ti oun estin poiesantas epituchein auton, ei me to hosios
kai dikaios anastrephesthai?
-- Bart Ehrman
On Tue, 16 Feb 1999, Carl W. Conrad wrote:
> At 7:11 PM -0500 2/16/99, Bart Ehrman wrote:
> > I haven't followed the ins and outs of the list very carefully, and
> >don't want to pose questions that are deemed inappropriate. So, is there
> >a general sense as to whether syntactical questions pertaining to the
> >Apostolic Fathers would transgress the stated purpose of the list?
> Sure. From the FAQ: "B-GREEK is an electronic conference designed to foster
> communication concerning the scholarly study of the Greek Bible and related
> Jewish and Christian Greek texts, matters of concern to beginning and
> advanced students of Biblical Greek such as textbooks, reference works,
> bibliography and research tools, with a fundamental focus on understanding
> the Greek text of the Bible."
> I think that the Apostolic Fathers falls under that heading of "related
> Jewish and Christian Greek texts" ...
> Carl W. Conrad
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