[b-greek] Re: 'Intensive' KAI?? (2 Cor 3:6)

From: clayton stirling bartholomew (c.s.bartholomew@worldnet.att.net)
Date: Fri Oct 06 2000 - 13:09:57 EDT

on 10/06/00 9:43 AM, Paul Toseland wrote:

> Is KAI
> ever purely intensive? Does KAI ever have the role of adding emphasis to
> to a following (or preceding) word or phrase, or a whole clause, other
> than as a consequence of introducing a confirmation of a point already
> made?


From Louw & Nida

91.12 KAI : a marker of emphasis, involving surprise and unexpectedness ‹
Œthen, indeed, how is it then, yet. Mt 3:14; Mk 10:26; Mt 13:17.


Clayton Stirling Bartholomew
Three Tree Point
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