From: Robert McDole (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 08 2001 - 23:44:02 EDT
The phrase "KAI ESONTAI OI DUO EIS SARKA MIAN" IMHO appears to be a result
of the "A man leaving father and mother" and "joining with his wife." I
have looked in Wallace and he does not list "KAI" as a possible "result."
Is KAI just a generic translation of a Hebrew conjucntion that is "result"
in nature? Since many argue that EIS SARKA MIAN is a predicate nominative
base on a "Hebraism," I thought maybe the Hebrew could have bearing on the
conjuction as well. Any Ideas?
Robert I. McDole
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