1 Corinthians 14:26

In 1 Cor 14:26-33 men are meant C.A. (Kees) Langeveld langeveld at solcon.nl Mon Nov 5 13:24:22 EST 2001   Constituent order Constituent order The frequent use of masculine nouns such as hEKASTOS, hEIS, hEAUTWi, ALLWi,DIERMHNEUTHS etc. in 1 Cor. 14:26-33, which deals with speaking in thechurchmeetings, together with the fact that in vers 34-35…

Ephesians 4:26

Ephesians 4:26 Louise Cafolla lcafolla at hotmail.com Wed Apr 12 22:07:04 EDT 2000   Previous message: Greek diagraming Next message: Ephesians 4:26 Friends discussing Ephesians have a question concerning the tense of the verb “angry” in this passage. Some references seem to indicate the text is a continual command, i.e., “continually be angry.” Roberts Word…

Acts 17:26

[] Acts 17:26-27 Elizabeth Kline kline_dekooning at earthlink.net Mon Oct 30 11:33:47 EST 2006   [] Dr. William Mounce’s New Greek Grammar [] Acts 17:26-27 ACTS 17:26 EPOIHSEN TE EX hENOS PAN EQNOS ANQRWPWN KATOIKEIN EPI PANTOS PROSWPOU THS GHS, hORISAS PROSTETAGMENOUS KAIROUS KAI TAS hOROQESIAS THS KATOIKIAS AUTWN 27 ZHTEIN TON QEON, EI ARA…

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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