From: Steven Lo Vullo (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 14 2001 - 13:56:25 EST
On Wednesday, November 14, 2001, at 11:16 AM, jnall wrote:
> What is the justification of "ENTOLH", entole, being translated in some
> cases as commandment and in other cases being translated as
> Examples: I Jn.2:3 and 2:7. Thanks in advance for any enlightenment.
In 1 Jn 2.3 we have ENTOLAS, which is plural accusative, and in 2.7 two
occurrences of ENTOLHN (singular accusative) and one of ENTOLH (singular
nominative). The endings indicate number as well as case.
Steven Lo Vullo
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