Re: Luke 16:9

From: Steven Craig Miller (
Date: Fri Oct 08 1999 - 13:33:31 EDT

To: Kevin Mullins,

<< I don't understand why EKLIPHi is singular here [at Lk 16:9]. Is it used
as an impersonal verb? >>

Although NA27 doesn't note the reading, Aland's synopsis does, instead of
the 3rd person singluar: EKLIPHi ("it [sc. hO MAMWNAS] fails"), some MSS
read the 2nd person plural: EKL(E)IPHTE ("you fail", i.e. die).

-Steven Craig Miller (

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