Mark 10:11

[] Mark 10:11-12 Stuart Wolf largopt at tampabay.rr.com
Sat Feb 14 15:38:43 EST 2004

 

[] Still confused on Aspect [] Mark 10:11-12 Greetings;Does the Present tense of MOICAW in Mk 10:11 and 12 indicate an on-going adultery, for the rest of one’s life? One would expect an Aorist, if the second marriage nullifies the first; what type of Present is here, and how should it be translated most accurately?The text is:hOS ‘AN APOLUSH THN GUNAIKA AUTOU KAI GAMHSH ALLHN MOICATAI EP’ AUTHNThank you,Stuart Wolf

 

[] Still confused on Aspect[] Mark 10:11-12

[] Mark 10:11-12 Stuart Wolf largopt at tampabay.rr.com
Sat Feb 14 15:38:43 EST 2004

 

[] Still confused on Aspect [] Mark 10:11-12 Greetings;Does the Present tense of MOICAW in Mk 10:11 and 12 indicate an on-going adultery, for the rest of one’s life? One would expect an Aorist, if the second marriage nullifies the first; what type of Present is here, and how should it be translated most accurately?The text is:hOS ‘AN APOLUSH THN GUNAIKA AUTOU KAI GAMHSH ALLHN MOICATAI EP’ AUTHNThank you,Stuart Wolf

 

[] Still confused on Aspect[] Mark 10:11-12

[] Mark 10:11-12 Arie Dirkzwager dirkzwager at pandora.be
Sun Feb 15 02:57:07 EST 2004

 

[] Mark 10:11-12 [] Mark 10:11-12 Dear Stuart,In school I learnt that a coniunctive with AN can be- a generalis- a futuralis (pseudo future tense).It is my experience that these two possibilities are very useful toremember.ArieDr. A. DirkzwagerHoeselt, Belgiume-mail dirkzwager at pandora.be—– Oorspronkelijk bericht —–Van: “Stuart Wolf” <largopt at tampabay.rr.com>Aan: < at lists.ibiblio.org>Verzonden: zaterdag 14 februari 2004 21:38Onderwerp: [] Mark 10:11-12> Greetings;> Does the Present tense of MOICAW in Mk 10:11 and 12 indicate an on-going> adultery, for the rest of one’s life? One would expect an Aorist, if the> second marriage nullifies the first; what type of Present is here, and> how should it be translated most accurately?> The text is:> hOS ‘AN APOLUSH THN GUNAIKA AUTOU KAI GAMHSH ALLHN MOICATAI EP’ AUTHN> > Thank you,> Stuart Wolf> >> home page: http://metalab.unc.edu/> mailing list> at lists.ibiblio.org> http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/> >

 

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[] Mark 10:11-12 Arie Dirkzwager dirkzwager at pandora.be
Sun Feb 15 02:57:07 EST 2004

 

[] Mark 10:11-12 [] Mark 10:11-12 Dear Stuart,In school I learnt that a coniunctive with AN can be- a generalis- a futuralis (pseudo future tense).It is my experience that these two possibilities are very useful toremember.ArieDr. A. DirkzwagerHoeselt, Belgiume-mail dirkzwager at pandora.be—– Oorspronkelijk bericht —–Van: “Stuart Wolf” <largopt at tampabay.rr.com>Aan: < at lists.ibiblio.org>Verzonden: zaterdag 14 februari 2004 21:38Onderwerp: [] Mark 10:11-12> Greetings;> Does the Present tense of MOICAW in Mk 10:11 and 12 indicate an on-going> adultery, for the rest of one’s life? One would expect an Aorist, if the> second marriage nullifies the first; what type of Present is here, and> how should it be translated most accurately?> The text is:> hOS ‘AN APOLUSH THN GUNAIKA AUTOU KAI GAMHSH ALLHN MOICATAI EP’ AUTHN> > Thank you,> Stuart Wolf> >> home page: http://metalab.unc.edu/> mailing list> at lists.ibiblio.org> http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/> >

 

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[] Mark 10:11-12 Mark Lama markosl80 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 16 18:51:09 EST 2004

 

[] Mark 10:11-12 [] MURIOBIBLOS Stuart, I may be off here, but I would ask the following question in English: What does he do when he divorces and remarries? Answer: he *commits* adultery. (note the present tense) I think that the situation is the same in Greek, and that this is one case where the two languages agree in their tense-usage. If the current discussion on this list of the present tense is any guide, one shouldn’t get too hung up on a rigid “durative” idea being inherent in it. Others, however, could perhaps offer a better and more penetrating analysis. CARIS KAI EIRHNH, Mark LamaStuart Wolf <largopt at tampabay.rr.com> wrote:Greetings;Does the Present tense of MOICAW in Mk 10:11 and 12 indicate an on-going adultery, for the rest of one’s life? One would expect an Aorist, if the second marriage nullifies the first; what type of Present is here, and how should it be translated most accurately?The text is:hOS ‘AN APOLUSH THN GUNAIKA AUTOU KAI GAMHSH ALLHN MOICATAI EP’ AUTHNThank you,Stuart Wolf— home page: http://metalab.unc.edu/ mailing list at lists.ibiblio.orghttp://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/———————————Do you Yahoo!?Yahoo! Finance: Get your refund fast by filing online

 

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[] Mark 10:11-12 Mark Lama markosl80 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 16 18:51:09 EST 2004

 

[] Mark 10:11-12 [] MURIOBIBLOS Stuart, I may be off here, but I would ask the following question in English: What does he do when he divorces and remarries? Answer: he *commits* adultery. (note the present tense) I think that the situation is the same in Greek, and that this is one case where the two languages agree in their tense-usage. If the current discussion on this list of the present tense is any guide, one shouldn’t get too hung up on a rigid “durative” idea being inherent in it. Others, however, could perhaps offer a better and more penetrating analysis. CARIS KAI EIRHNH, Mark LamaStuart Wolf <largopt at tampabay.rr.com> wrote:Greetings;Does the Present tense of MOICAW in Mk 10:11 and 12 indicate an on-going adultery, for the rest of one’s life? One would expect an Aorist, if the second marriage nullifies the first; what type of Present is here, and how should it be translated most accurately?The text is:hOS ‘AN APOLUSH THN GUNAIKA AUTOU KAI GAMHSH ALLHN MOICATAI EP’ AUTHNThank you,Stuart Wolf— home page: http://metalab.unc.edu/ mailing list at lists.ibiblio.orghttp://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/———————————Do you Yahoo!?Yahoo! Finance: Get your refund fast by filing online

 

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