From: Jim West (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jan 01 2000 - 10:03:28 EST
At 06:40 AM 1/1/00 -0800, you wrote:
>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?
I think it is serving as a clarificatory remark about Peter- = also... "for
yours speech also.... etc."
this is called the adjunctive use.
Jim West, ThD
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