From: Peter Milloy (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 23 2001 - 08:44:41 EST
But, Mark, don't you see some intended contrast here? Isn't Jesus
contrasting the present age with the age to come (kingdom)? Isn't he saying
that the kingdom is so different that on some scale of values the least in
the kingdom is "greater" (whatever that means) than John?
That's how I've always read it, anyway. I didn't get in on the start of
this particular conversation, so maybe you or someone else can share a
better interpretation with me.
>From: "Mark Wilson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Reply-To: "Mark Wilson" <email@example.com>
>To: Biblical Greek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: [b-greek] Re: Matthew 11.11
>Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2001 04:39:35 -0000
>AMHN LEGW hUMIN, OUK EGHGERTAI EN GENNHTOIS GUINAIKWN MEIZWN IWANNOU
>BAPTISTOU; hO DE MIKROTEROS EN THi BASILEIAi TWN OURANOWN MEIZWN AUTOU
>But hO DE is a standard connective denoting a shift of subject without
>necessarily any contrastive or adversative force.
>I think you are exactly right. I would NOT connect the hO with the DE, but
>the DE itself is far from always, or even generally, denoting a contrastive
>or adversative force.
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