IOUDAIOUS TE KAI hELLHNAS (Rom 3:9)

Jim West jwest at highland.net
Sun Oct 7 14:47:48 EDT 2001


At 08:29 PM 10/7/01 +0200, you wrote:

>
>From this perspective, I would agree that the context points to "Jews as
>much as Gentiles". It does not mean that they are greater sinners, but that
>contrary to the thinking of many Jews, they, too, are sinners. But I think
>the TE KAI only unites the two, and it is the word order that suggests the
>relative prominence.

fro my own humble point of view i would render "for jews primarily as well
as greeks..."  (i think the abandoned reading of Alexandrinus should be
restored).

Jim

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Jim West, ThD

Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies, 
Roane State Community College

Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies,
Quartz Hill School of Theology

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