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Objects/Subjects of Genitives


Luke Hartman
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Greetings Accordance users.

 

I'm looking at the πιστις + genitive question (and the subjective/objective debate), and I had a search question. How can I search for πιστις + a genitive that is not θεου or Χριστος?

 

I have πιστις [noun genitive] but don't know where (or how) to put the negatives. Every place I can think to put them comes up with an error before the search.

 

I've looked in the manual, but I can't wrap my mind around how to do this.

 

Thanks in advance for any help...

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If I correctly understand what you're trying to do, you can do it graphically with a construct as shown in the attached image. This returns Acts 3:16; Rom. 4:12,16; Phil. 1:27; Col. 2:12; 2Th. 2:13; Heb. 11:7; James 2:1.

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Mr. Shields,

 

That is exactly what I'm wanting to do. Thank you for you help. It's definately more helpful for future searches than just this one.

 

- luke

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Mr. Shields,

 

Let me say thank you, too. As an OakTree employee, it's encouraging to see our users supporting other users with practical help. I was all ready to chime in, but your construct was better than mine would have been.

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