Galatians 2:15

The dangling subject in Gal 2:15? Moon-Ryul Jung moon at saint.soongsil.ac.kr
Sat May 29 06:06:11 EDT 1999

 

AORIST VS PRESENT INFINITIVE The dangling subject in Gal 2:15? Dear B-greekers:Is Gal 2:15 a verbless sentence? Or is it a dangling subject, which is interrupted by the participle clause (EIDOTES), and then resumed byKAI hHMEIS? If so, we would have:We Jews by nature and not Gentile sinners, knowing that ….,we also believed in …Cheers!Moon-Ryul JungAssitant ProfessorDept of Computer ScienceSoongsil University, Seoul, Korea?

 

AORIST VS PRESENT INFINITIVEThe dangling subject in Gal 2:15?

The dangling subject in Gal 2:15? Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu
Sat May 29 07:13:02 EDT 1999

 

The dangling subject in Gal 2:15? AORIST VS PRESENT INFINITIVE At 7:06 AM -0400 5/29/99, Moon-Ryul Jung wrote:>Dear B-greekers:> >Is Gal 2:15 a verbless sentence? Or is it a dangling subject, which is>interrupted by the participle clause (EIDOTES), and then resumed by>KAI hHMEIS? If so, we would have:> >We Jews by nature and not Gentile sinners, knowing that ….,>we also believed in …One of the most common features of all ancient Greek is omission of thecopula (EINAI) from a nominal clause, i.e. a clause consisting of a subjectand a predicate nominative. Therefore an ESMEN is implicit in Gal 2:15 andshould be supplied by anyone translating into a language that wouldnormally make such a copula explicit.Carl W. ConradDepartment of Classics, Washington UniversitySummer: 1647 Grindstaff Road/Burnsville, NC 28714/(828) 675-4243cwconrad at artsci.wustl.eduWWW: http://www.artsci.wustl.edu/~cwconrad/

 

The dangling subject in Gal 2:15?AORIST VS PRESENT INFINITIVE

The dangling subject in Gal 2:15? Moon-Ryul Jung moon at saint.soongsil.ac.kr
Sat May 29 06:06:11 EDT 1999

 

AORIST VS PRESENT INFINITIVE The dangling subject in Gal 2:15? Dear B-greekers:Is Gal 2:15 a verbless sentence? Or is it a dangling subject, which is interrupted by the participle clause (EIDOTES), and then resumed byKAI hHMEIS? If so, we would have:We Jews by nature and not Gentile sinners, knowing that ….,we also believed in …Cheers!Moon-Ryul JungAssitant ProfessorDept of Computer ScienceSoongsil University, Seoul, Korea?

 

AORIST VS PRESENT INFINITIVEThe dangling subject in Gal 2:15?

The dangling subject in Gal 2:15? Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu
Sat May 29 07:13:02 EDT 1999

 

The dangling subject in Gal 2:15? AORIST VS PRESENT INFINITIVE At 7:06 AM -0400 5/29/99, Moon-Ryul Jung wrote:>Dear B-greekers:> >Is Gal 2:15 a verbless sentence? Or is it a dangling subject, which is>interrupted by the participle clause (EIDOTES), and then resumed by>KAI hHMEIS? If so, we would have:> >We Jews by nature and not Gentile sinners, knowing that ….,>we also believed in …One of the most common features of all ancient Greek is omission of thecopula (EINAI) from a nominal clause, i.e. a clause consisting of a subjectand a predicate nominative. Therefore an ESMEN is implicit in Gal 2:15 andshould be supplied by anyone translating into a language that wouldnormally make such a copula explicit.Carl W. ConradDepartment of Classics, Washington UniversitySummer: 1647 Grindstaff Road/Burnsville, NC 28714/(828) 675-4243cwconrad at artsci.wustl.eduWWW: http://www.artsci.wustl.edu/~cwconrad/

 

The dangling subject in Gal 2:15?AORIST VS PRESENT INFINITIVE

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