From: Brian Swedburg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 22 1999 - 18:31:17 EDT
Greetings! I've enjoyed watching the friendly fray for a few weeks now,
so I thought I would piggyback on the present discussion of DE.
In Matt 5:22, EGW DE LEGW, is often translated 'but '(NIV, NKJV, NAS,
RSV), in a manner implying it is used adversatively. Recent b-Greek
discussion and BAGD agree that DE can connect and contrast. (Basic
Given Jesus' strong statement concerning his intent PLHRWSAI the law in
Mt 5:17, I am inclined to see this DE following an OT quote as
connective or ascensive.
What do you think? Am I missing something here?
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