From: Rion K. Reece (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 06 1999 - 22:27:38 EDT
My name is Rion K. Reece. I live and work (teaching English and Bible)
in Tokyo Japan. I have been lurking for nigh on a year now, and this is
my first post. I am, in the parlance of the group, a $B!H(Bwee Greeker,$B!I(B
so please be patient with my questions.
In 1 Corinthians 7:10b I read, GUNAIKA APO ANDROS MH XWORISQHNAI this
verb is in the passive voice; why is it not, $B!H(Ba wife must not be
divorced by/from her husband$B!I(B?
Also, the accusative and genitive combination is a little strange to me.
Is the case of ANDROS simply being controlled by the APO?
Likewise, in 7:11 EAN DE KAI XWRISQHi$B!D(BOnce again a passive. Why is
this not $B!H(Bbut if (she) is divorced (by her husband)$B!I(B?
My thanks to all.
Rion K. Reece
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