Date: Thu Aug 24 2000 - 11:17:13 EDT
1 Cor 14:18 reads EUCARISTW TWi QEWi PANTWN hUMWN MALLON GLOSSAIS LALW. Does
PANTWN hUMWN have a distributive sense such that it would mean "I speak in
tongues more than any one of you?" Or would that require the singular PANTOS
hUMWN or PANTOS SOU? Or does it mean, "I speak in tongues more than the whole
of you" i.e., all of you put together?
Charles Powell, Ph.D.
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