[B-Greek] Col. 1:3

Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu
Thu Jan 30 05:06:14 EST 2003


At 9:03 PM -0500 1/29/03, <bertdehaan at gosympatico.ca> wrote:
>Col.1:3 reads; EUCARISTOUMEN TWi QEWi PATRI TOU KURIOU hHMWN IHSOU CRISTOU
>PANTOTE PERI hUMWN PROSEUCOMENOI
>Is there any way in which the Greek indicates whether PANTOTE belongs to
>what precedes it (EUCARISTOUMEN PANTOTE)or to what follows it (PANTOTE
>PROSEUCOMENOI)? Thank you.

I would construe the PANTOTE with EUCARISTOUMEN: "We thank God ... for you
every time--when we pray"
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Carl W. Conrad
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