[B-Greek] BDAG usage cp. and s.
frouse at cyberspace.org
Thu Feb 27 19:24:45 EST 2003
BDAG gives references with the abbreviation s. (see)
and cp. (compare). The abbreviation cp. is defined as
as compare (frequently in ancient texts). I have seen
it used as in "S. A (cp. B;C)" where it appears that the
verses B and C complement A and I have also seen "S. X
(but cp. Y;Z)" where Y and Z are contrasted with X.
First of all, am I correct that the cp. is used for
like examples and that 'but cp.' is used for contrasting
Secondly, how consistent is BDAG in it it's use of these
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