Perry L. Stepp
plstepp at flash.net
Sun Jan 10 09:04:48 EST 1999
Re. Asyndeton, Randall Buth wrote:
> For a specialized treatment:
> randall buth, "oun, de, kai and asyndeton in john's gospel" linguistics
> NT interpretation, ed. david black. broadmans, 1992:144-161
Which I have, and it's quite good--although I don't remember anything that
directly applies here. As I recall, you argue that John's use of
particles/asyndeton is pretty iconoclastic--correct me if I'm wrong.
Are you aware of any similar studies re. Paul?
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