John 13:34 - A hINA Clause with the force of an imperative?
bret at ratedg.com
Wed Dec 22 16:14:13 EST 1999
I agree. I am tempted to think that the language means both are intended; I am
merely trying to find out about the use of such clauses with the force of an
(BTW, Leon Morris, in his commentary on the passage, seems to conclude that both
meanings ar present.)
Thanks for the suggestion.
clayton stirling bartholomew wrote:
> Framing this question as an either/or:
> may obscure the possibility that a suggestion or command to a future
> action might be framed in the form of a results clause. In other words
> this might be a results clause but have the intent of of a command. All
> I am saying is be aware that framing a question as an either/or limits
> the scope of you investigation in a manner that might be detrimental.
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