From: Moon-Ryul Jung (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 03 2000 - 22:53:30 EST
in Gal 3.10 we read:
hOSOI GAR EX ERGWN NOMOU EISIN, hUPO KATARAN EISIN.
It would be typically translated as:
WHOEVER are (or As many as who are )from the works of the law are under
I wonder if hOSOI clauses always refers to an indefinite group
who satisfies the condition expressed in the clause, rather than
a specific or concrete group, who satisfies the condition.
I want to know if the hOSOI clause
CANNOT be translated as "those who are under the law" because of the
inherent indefiniteness of hOSOI. I wonder if hOSOI EX ERGWN NOMOU in 3.10
cannot refer to the same group as TOUS hUPO NOMON in 4.5 (those
who are under the law).
Moon R. Jung
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