[B-Greek] hOTAN versus hOTE
baurbanek at op.pl
Fri Feb 25 06:15:02 EST 2005
Does hOTAN have always to imply a conditional meaning since it contains AN? Can it be just a synonim OF hOTE?
I'm thinking particularly about John 10:3-4:
KAI EXAGEI AUTA hOTAN TA IDIA PANTA EKBALH EMPROSQEN AUTWN POREUETAI
Or, does it mean that bringing the sheep out of the sheepfold by the shepherd is the condition of his POREUESQAI?
grateful for any help
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