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From: Jim West (jwest@highland.net)
Date: Sun Aug 01 1999 - 22:35:23 EDT

At 10:06 AM 8/2/99 +1200, you wrote:
>I wonder if someone could comment on the meaning of the phrase H SARX OUK
WQELEI OUDEN. I realise that the double negative does not create a positive
(as in English), but I wonder what it serves as here?

Nigel- the double negative in greek serves as an emphatic marker. Its
doubly important to note the impossibility of the flesh having a proper
will... as here...


Jim West, ThD
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