Date: Wed May 03 2000 - 00:33:28 EDT
I have another question. This comes from working through Galatians 3. Paul
uses the phrases EX ERGWN NOMOU and EK PISTEWS frequently, apparently as a
contrast. My understanding of the difference between EX and EK ( as well as
EIS and EN) is progression (movement) and position. Is this always so, or
might they be use sometimes interchangably? What impact does Paul's use of
these two prepositions make in this section? Are there other places where I
may examine the uses of these as contrast or as complementary?
Thanks for your insights.
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