From: Paul Toseland (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Nov 03 2000 - 10:31:52 EST
A few weeks ago I queried the function of KAI in 2 Cor 3:6. In
asked if there was lexical support for an 'intensive' sense, as some
presuppose. Clay kindly pointed out the following entry in L&N:
>91.12 KAI : a marker of emphasis, involving surprise and
>Œthen, indeed, how is it then, yet. Mt 3:14; Mk 10:26; Mt 13:17.
But in each of the cited examples, KAI is clearly conjunctive. BAGD also
this sense of conjunctive KAI, but not of non-conjunctive KAI. I share
frustration with Denniston, which yielded no help on this point either.
So, can anyone help me? Is there lexical support for an 'intensive'
non-conjunctive KAI (apart from 2 Cor 3:6), or not?
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