From: Kenneth Litwak (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 22 2001 - 13:26:54 EST
In Luke 3:35, one reads
MHDEN BLAYAN )AUTON
I'm trying to decide if this should be understood
with MHDEN as the subject, "No one, i.e., the demon,
having harmed him, or if it should be seen as a
modifier of the verb, "Having hurt him none, or in no
way (though I don't know what kind of accusative this
would be). Is it nominative or accusative? It
certainly makes more sense to me as an accusative, but
in my experience with Greek, what makes sense tto me
as a translator is irrelevant.
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