Date: Sat Jan 01 2000 - 09:40:52 EST
Hello all, I'm trying to improve my understanding of some of the finer
points of greek grammar, and was looking more carefully than I'm used to at
how KAI is used.
When I ran across the following (Mt 26.73), where Peter is accused of being
one of Jesus' men.
KAI GAR H LALIA SOU DHLON SE POIEI.
So my question is, just what is this KAI doing?
Thanks for advance, and if the answer is obvious my apologies in advance as
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