From: Jack Stewart (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Mar 27 2002 - 06:17:24 EST
Thanks Glen - quite right, I now see a little bit clearer. However, should
'THi' not be instead thought of as the f.sg.dat. definite article
functioning as a substantive noun, and thus working as a relative particle
in this context, rather than, as you have suggested, a relative pronoun
proper (I was under the impression that the fem.sg.dat. rel. pronoun did
indeed differ in form from the fem.sg.dat. article).
Many thanks for you help and patience!
>hH DWREA EN CARITI THi TOU hENOS ANQRWPOU IHSOU CRISTOU
>In this case, THi is not an article but a relative pronoun (sometimes known
>as a "postpostive article.) The two are distinct in form for sg.nom.mas
>for the article, hOS for the relative pronoun), but are indistinguishable
>form for fem.
>Hence, I would translate Romans 5:15 ". . . grace *which* [is] of one
>An instance of both the "prepositive" article and the "postpositive"
>relative pronoun in the same context is 2 Tim. 2:1 --
>EN THi CARITI THi EN CRISTWi IHSOU
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