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1 John 1:4

Pronouns In John 1 1 And 1 John 1 1 4

Periphrastic construction in I John 1:4 Robert R. Monti robemon at regent.edu Fri Jul 2 00:57:33 EDT 1999   [Fwd: Tense of TETAGMENOI in Acts 13:48] [Fwd: Tense of TETAGMENOI in Acts 13:48] Right now I’m working my way through I John to keep up my Greek translationwork up on my own. I’d like some…

1 John 1:1

1 John 1 1 Genitive Of Connection

1 John 1:1-Genitive of Connection? Ilvgrammta at aol.com Ilvgrammta at aol.com Mon Dec 20 14:15:08 EST 1999   Mk 8:35-37, YUCH 1 John 1:1-Genitive of Connection? Dear ers,1 John 1:5 reads:hO HN AP’ ARXHS hO AKHKOAMEN hO hEWRAKAMEN TOIS OFQALMOIS hHMWN hO EQEASAMEQA KAI hAI XEIRES hHMWN EYHLAFHSAN PERI TOU LOGOU THS ZWHS.In his _First…

1 John 2:6

New Testament • Re: 1 John 2:6. Where does the comma go?

καθὼς is correlative to the deictic adverb οὕτως which somewhat clumsily follows it, instead of preceding it. A more natural rendering would be as follows:

ὁ λέγων ἐν αὐτῷ μένειν ὀφείλει οὕτως, καθὼς ἐκεῖνος περιεπάτησεν, καὶ αὐτὸς [οὕτως] περιπατεῖν.
He who says that he abides in him should thus, as he walked, also himself walk.

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1 John 3:20

1 John 3:20

In 1 John 3:20-21, heart (KARDIA καρδία) is used with condemn (KATAGINWSKW καταγινώσκω) twice. Many commentators interpret it as something like “conscience,” it is reasonable as a heart that could condemn is very similar to conscience. However, there’s another word in Greek for conscience, and in no lexicon does KARDIA mean conscience. Is there any…

1 John 1:9

1 John 1:9

Dear Alastair, Do you have examples from the new testament, or if not then from the septuagint, of the construction “ean” + subjunctive aorist, which clearly mean more than simply an indefinite possibility? I have not seen “ean” + subjunctive used when the “gnomic sense” is intended, and I consider “ean” to “modify” the verb,…