From: Starcevich, Dan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 09 1999 - 16:32:25 EDT
In Ephesians Paul seems to use kathus kai (4:4, 17, 32; 5:2, 25, 29) as a
comparative conjunction that introduces a final or definitive ground for the
argument he is making. Do you think that this is a correct assessment of
how this is being used? Is this a typical or normal use for kathus kai?
How does this contrast with the simple use of kathus?
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