From: Moon-Ryul Jung (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Feb 04 2001 - 16:28:17 EST
thanks for the response. Let me ask a clarifying question about the
> >Rom 4:1 TI OUN EROUMEN? EUREKENAI ABRAHAM TON PROPATORA HMWN
> >> KATA SARKA?
> > >> What then shall we say? To have found Abraham [to be]
> >> our forefather according to the flesh?
> >> >
> >> (1)
> >> Hays suggested the above reading. He surveyed Paul's other uses of
> >> TI OUN EROUMEN, which occurs only in Romans (3.5, 6.1., 7.7,
> >> 8:31, 9.14, 9.30). In every case except for 8:31, this expression
> >> forms a complete sentence. This observation is the basis of the
> >> above reading. But it makes the infinite clause following
> >> TI OUN EROUMEN to play as a sentence. Would it be possible?
Can an infinitive clause be used as an independent sentence? The above
rendering assumes that.
Sogang Univ, Seoul, Korea
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