From: Harold R. Holmyard III (email@example.com)
Date: Sun May 27 2001 - 22:53:26 EDT
>I expect I'm being quite thick again, but I can't figure out what purpose
>is served by the first 'KAI' ( that I have put between asterisks below).
>John 17:25. PATER DIKAIE, *KAI* hOI KOSMOS SE OUK EGNW,
>EGW DE SE EGNWN, KAI hOUTOI EGNWSAN hOTI
>SU ME APESTEILAS.
In BAGD, under KAI, at I.6, there is mention of KAI to introduce contrasts
where there are two KAI's, yielding "although" . . ."yet." That is what the
context in John 17:25 suggests.
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