From: Stephen Ferguson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Nov 25 2001 - 04:21:02 EST
Hi, I am a first year Greek student and am de-lurking to ask a question.
I am studying James 4:11-12, and came across a comment in a commentary on
which I would like some clarification. The commentary stated that MH used
with a present imperative (KATALALEITE in this instance) indicates a command
to stop doing something rather than instruction to avoid doing it.
I didn't see this mentioned in other sources and would like to know if this
is a commonly used expression, and if it is definite enough to indicate that
James was issuing a command.
Thank you in advance,
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