From: Wayne Leman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Nov 11 2001 - 22:52:47 EST
Thanks, Clay. It is this kind of syntactic evidence which I have needed to
tilt me one direction or the other. So far, we're batting 3/3 on b-greek for
the causal reading of DIA + ACC. in Gal. 4:13.
Bible Translation discussion list:
> Lightfoot and Meyer both agree with Carl on this. Lightfoot states that
> there are instances where DIA + Acc. is used like DIA + Gen. but that
> occur in later Greek texts and that this usage should not be read back
> the NT.
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