From: George Blaisdell (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jun 03 1999 - 15:02:37 EDT
>From: Edgar Krentz
>I think the above interpretation stumbles over the asyndetic structure of
>5:1. If it were to be attached in some manner to 4:31, it would require an
>OUN or some other adverb, or an addition of a relative pronoun.
>As it stands the lack of this indicates a sharp break in the thought.
Thanks, Edgar ~
[I had to look up asyndetic!] So that even given the rather abruptive
nature of Paul's rhetorical style, the text is nevertheless probably
corrupt, as Carl pointed out. I can live with that.
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