"dative of reference" and Mark 14:12 and Matt 26.17

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Bob | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jun 16 2021 2:12 PM

I'm looking for resources is Logos that discuss the possible interpretation of Mark 14:12 and Matt. 26:17 as a dative of reference.  

Instead of "on the first day of Unleavened Bread", the dative of reference meaning would be "with reference to the first day of Unleavened Bread".

I've tried to construct a search for my library but did not find anything discussing these specific verses.

This is the search I tried, but nothing came up.

"dative of reference" NEAR <Mark 14:12>

Does anyone with a more extensive library have anything that discusses this?

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jun 19 2021 1:12 AM

Bob:

This is the search I tried, but nothing came up.

"dative of reference" NEAR <Mark 14:12>

(dative WITHIN 3 WORDS reference WITHIN 14 WORDS (<Mk14> OR <Mt26>)) OR (dative WITHIN 3 WORDS reference WITHIN {Milestone <Mk14>}) OR (dative WITHIN 3 WORDS reference WITHIN {Milestone <Mt26>})

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament has one verse in Mark 14 having "dative of reference" => Mark 14:36 while Matthew 26 has two verses => Matthew 26:24 & Matthew 26:44

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