From: Roe (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jun 13 2000 - 17:34:34 EDT
Christopher Hutson schrieb:
> In order to support your proposal, you would need to offer some
> evidence for the use of DE as the first word in its clause.
Thanks, Chris, for pointing me to the crux of the matter. Moule says
"there are certain words which seldom or never begin a sentence..." and
he mentions DE, GAR, etc, without saying which of these words would
*seldomly* be so used, and which *never*. My search of the NT revealed
no sentence beginning with DE. My LXX text not being punctuated, I have
only searched the LXX for a "KAI DE" construction, finding none.
Apologies also if this was redundant... Having not yet learned to search
the archives, I keep many B-Greek posts on the hard-drive for future
reference. But I notice only *now* that last October I saved en masse
about 20 posts on the passage then, which I had missed reading, having
been on vacation...
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