From: Harold R. Holmyard III (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Mar 03 2001 - 08:25:43 EST
>Has anyone done studies on the Conditional Imperative
>to the extent
>that they might offer a more workable gloss (glosses)
>the one suggested by Wallace?
>AITEITE KAI DOQHSETAI hUMIN
>Here, Wallace suggests (pg. 490 GGBB) that the idea
>"If you ask (and you should), then..."
>However, the next two examples do not seem to fit this
>MONON EIPE LOGWi KAI IAQHSETAI hO PAIS MOU
>"Just say the word, then..."
>[Just say the word (and you should)??]
Dan only intended that you add the idea "and you should" to the particular
example he gave in Matt 7:7. He was not extending it as a general rule. The
phrase was in parentheses. The main idea is "if you ask, then . . . ."
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