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Revelation 4:9

Rev 4.9 (Double Accentuation)

Rev 4.9 (Double Accentuation) Jason A. Hare language_lover64801 at yahoo.com Thu Jun 21 03:02:55 EDT 2001   Rev 4.11 (breaking of Sharp’s Rule) Rev 4.11 (breaking of Sharp’s Rule) Revelation 4.9KAI hOTAN DWSOUSIN TA ZWiA DOXAN KAI TIMHN KAI EUCARISTIAN TWi KAQHMENWiEPI TWi _QRONWi_ TWi ZWNTI EIS TOUS AIWNAS TWN AIWNWN,…Is there *supposed* to be…

Revelation 20:3

Revelation 20:3

[] Rev 20:3 Alexander Ring akring at mac.com Wed Mar 18 14:00:00 EDT 2009   [] “agenda” (Randall Buth) [] Rev 20:3 My question regards the phrase:ARCI TELESQHi TA CILIA ETH.With TELESQHi being aorist subjunctive, might this be translated “until the thousand years were about to end”? I’m not keen on translations like “until the…

John 8:57

John 8:57

Jn 8:57b Andrew T. Dolan, MA, ABD dolan at lasalle.edu Fri Dec 24 09:33:25 EST 1999   John 8:58 THEOS HGAPHSEN For those hot on 8:58, perhaps help can be derived from Tjitze Baarda, “John8:57B. The Contribution of the Diatessaron of Tatian,” Novum Testamentum38.4 (1996): 336-343. My memory of Baarda’s point is foggy, but the…

1 Thessalonians 4:15

1 Thessalonians 4:15

[] Translating EIS at 1 Thess. 4:15 Timothy Lawson tslawson1 at yahoo.com Fri Mar 5 11:58:54 EST 2010   [] PIGNW – APOPIGNW [] Translating EIS at 1 Thess. 4:15 To All: At 1 Thessalonians 4:15 Paul connects the timing of the so called “rapture” to the PAROUSIA. What inferences can be drawn, as regards timing,…

Titus 2:1

Titus 2:1

[] DIDASKALIA and Titus 2:1 Jon Boyd boyd at huxcomm.net Mon Sep 8 23:21:35 EDT 2003   [] Grammar, Syntax, and Semantic terms [] DIDASKALIA and Titus 2:1 Dear friends,I have a question on the following passage:Titus 2:1-2aSU DE LALEI hA PREPEI THi hUGIANOUSHi DIDASKALIAi. PRESBUTAS NHFALIOUSEINAI, SEMNOUS, SWFRONAS . . .I’ve always taken it…

Titus 2:12

Titus 2:12

Titus 2:12 Explicative OUDE Frazier Conley fconley at cableone.net Sat May 18 15:25:36 EDT 2002   Acts 16:25 Acts 16:25 1 Timothy 2:12. DIDASKEIN DE GUNAIKI OUK EPITREPW OUDE AUQENTEIN ANDROS ALL’EINAI EN hHSUCIA.Lenski calls OUDE in this sentence “explicative OUDE.”He says, “If this statement were positive it would be followed by anexplicative KAI; since…

Titus 2:11

Titus 2:11

Titus 2:11 Kevin Smith kgs at iafrica.com Sun Sep 19 04:23:47 EDT 1999   DE “Grammatical” Categories Dear friends, Titus 2:11-12a in NA27 reads:EPEFANH GAR hH CARIS TOU QEOU SWTHRIOS PASIN ANQRWPOIS PAIDEUOUSA hHMAS…. I am trying to figure out the logical function of SWTHRIOS. Grammatically it must be predicate adjective modifying CARIS. But what…

Titus 1:10

Titus 1:10

Titus 1:10 Kevin Smith kgs at iafrica.com Mon Apr 10 16:17:40 EDT 2000   Previous message: Pasting in Greek text from software Next message: Book Evaluation Requested GreetingsI have two questions. The second conerns the Tit 1:10 which reads: EISIN GAR POLLOI [KAI] ANUPOTAKTOI, MATAIOLOGOI KAI FRENAPATAI.Firstly, what is TLG?Secondly, Metzger (TCGNT 584) says, “It…

Luke 18:13

Luke 18:13

Lk 18:13; TWi hAMARTWLWi Paul S Dixon dixonps at juno.com Tue Nov 27 16:23:44 EST 2001   Use of MH Concerning Romans 1: 20 and NOUMENA KATHORATAI Isn’t it rather curious that translators omit the definite article hereand render it as though the construction were anarthrous? Does anybodyknow of a translation yielding “the sinner,” rather…

Mark 14:57

Mark 14:57

Agency&Passive, Mk 14:57-59 False testimony c stirling bartholomew cc.constantine at worldnet.att.net Tue Jun 5 17:27:11 EDT 2001   ENOUGH ALREADY! Re: Luke 23:43 Luke 1:26-27 Marius Reiser* in an extended discussion of the so called “divine passive”points out that when the agent of a true passive constituent is leftunspecified, it is not exegeitically sound parctice…