From: Rion K. Reece (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 20 1999 - 10:04:58 EDT
In 1 Corinthians 9:5 it says,
MH OUK ECOMEN EXOUSIAN ADELQHV GUNAIKA...
I can see that "a believing wife" is probably best here, but this double
accusative seemed a little strange to me. I read the section on
accusatives in Wallace's Beyond the Basics, but I am am still uncertain.
Is this simple apposition? It seems a little bit different to me from
the examples cited. Rather than GUNAIKA expaining ADELQHN, it seems to
me as if ADELQHN is functioning adjectivally. Can an accusative do
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