From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 21 2001 - 11:33:27 EST
At 7:11 AM -0900 3/21/01, Chuck Tripp wrote:
>I have a question concerning the 1 Co 5:4:
>"...EN TW ONOMATI TOU KURIOU [HMWN] IHSOU SUNAXQENTWN hUMWN KAI TOU EMOU
>PNEUMATOS SUN TH DUNAMAI TOU KURIOU HMWN IHSOU..."
>My question is concerning "...KAI TOU EMOU PNEUMATOS...". The words
>immediately preceding "... SUAXQENTWN hUMWN.." are genitive absolute so
>that is straight forward. But what is "...KAI TOU EMOU PNEUMATOS..."
>doing in this sentence.
>Is it perhaps also a gentive absolute with an ONTOS implied? Would the
>KAI support that?
I think rather that TOU EMOU PNEUMATOS should be understood as part of the
subject (along with hUMWN) of SUNACQENTWN along with the phrase SUN THi
DUNAMEI TOU KURIOU hHMWN IHSOU, which also belongs with it; this is a
spiritual conference, of sorts.
[Secondary note: would you please use plain-text ASCII hereafter and avoid
"styled text"--it messes up the digests which many list-members receive as
the only vehicle for list-messages.]
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics/Washington University
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