I'm less interested in Luke 1:35 than I am in the general rules.
How do we know when "kai" means "and" and when it means "even."
Is there any reliable rule of thumb?
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- July 10th, 2011, 10:22 pm
- Forum: What does this text mean?
- Topic: 1 Cor. 11:12 and Col. 1:16
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Does 1 CCor. 11:12 clearly say that " all things " are of God (including all men and women), or could it be taken to mean that all men and woment are of God? wsper gar h gunh ek tou androv, outwv kai o anhr dia thv gunaikov; ta de panta ek tou qeou. Also, does Col. 1:16 mean "all thin...
Does "kai" ever mean "even," or "indeed"? What are the grammatical rules for determining when it means "and," and when it means "even"? Take Luke 1:35, for instance. Could it be translated "The Holy Spirit will come upon thee, even the power of ...