From: Dan Parker (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Nov 04 2000 - 10:31:08 EST
> If one looks at the semantics of article + substantive + KAI + substantives,
> plural and impersonal constructions will rarely be identical. However, there
> are no exceptions in the GNT with personal, singular, non proper name
> constructions. Adding the article to the substantive would probably make the
> construction semantically more flexible; therefore, context would be
> Charles E. Powell, Ph.D.
I would offer John 17:3 for your consideration. The expression that
I have in mind is TON MONON ALHQINON QEON KAI hON APESTEILAS. This
is article + substantive + KAI + substantive and meets your criteria.
This appears to be an exception to Sharps. It appears that you place
great merit in the fact that "there are no exceptions in the GNT,"
... well, maybe one now ;) Therefore you should also embrace Smart's
rule. Is this the case?
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