From: Joseph Brian Tucker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon May 31 1999 - 16:35:25 EDT
THi ELEUQERIAi hHMAS CRISTOS HLEUQERWSEN STHKETE OUN KAI PALIN ZUGW
Gal 5.1 begins with no transition and it seems a peculiar use of the dative
case. Is it better to see it as advantage or purpose? My concern is how to
understand THi ELEUQERIAi as a limitation of the verb HLEUQERWSEN.
Second, Does STHKETE require one to break the sentence or is it
grammatically connected with 5:1a?
Third, is ENECESQE with the dative case seem abnormal?
Fourth, to what does PALIN relate? It seems to point back to the Jewish
Thank you for your time.
Brian Tucker M.A.
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