From: Harold R. Holmyard III (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 16 2000 - 09:39:03 EDT
I do not know what you mean when you write:
>My gut feeling in reading plhn kai `umeis `oi kaq `ena, `ekastos, thn
>`eautou gunaika ˛utws agapatw `ws `eauton, `h de gunh `ina fobhtai ton
>andra is that hina used as an imperative carries the idea that the wives
>must respect their husbands but that respect should be predicated upon the
>love of their husbands. Am I reading too much into this?
Do you mean that women are not obliged to respect their husbands if they do
not sense love coming from their husbands?
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