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No it doesn't. You just know nothing about lexicons.
I dont care what you said. Strong's says you're wrong.
If it did, I think you would quote it.
I also have the Textus Receptus Greek manuscript availible on eSword and it has the word "harpazo" as well.
Just saying that does not prove anything.
You couldn't be more wrong, and like usual you can never admit "hey, I was wrong there, my mistake".
You have that wrong. I did not say it was not important in understanding what the Greek is saying. I said it does not change the definition of the word, what the tense is. It changes the way it is used in the sentence because the sentence itself is different.
And DO NOT try and lecture me on Greek, just a few months ago you didn't know that getting the verb tenses correct was vital to understanding Greek.
I study the Greek because of the nature of the books I read, so I have to be a scholar on some level but do not claim a special expertise.
Sure, act like a Greek scholar here in front of a new crowd, but we both know what you said a few months ago.