A Grammar of the Idiom of the New Testament; Prepared as a Solid Basis for the Interpretation of the New Testament

A Grammar of the Idiom of the New Testament; Prepared as a Solid Basis for the Interpretation of the New Testament

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1870 edition. Excerpt: ... frequent use of iyiveto with the Inf., instead of the historical tense of the particular verb, is primarily an imitation of the Hebrew vnn. In Greek we find a grammatical parallel in avv((3r rrpr jraW... tTvai Kvpttvovcrav Diod. S. 1, 50; 3, 22, 39; Plat. legg. 1, G35 a. j Demosth. Polycl. 709 c.; Dion. H. IV. 2089, and frequently, particularly in Polybius (also 2 Mace. iii. 2), which occurs also once in Acts xxi. 35. 340 The germ of the former construction may be seen in Theogn. 639 TroWditi...yiyvenu tvptiv ipy avSpwv, with which Matt, xviii. 13 agrees most closely. It appears in its full form in Plat. Phaedr. 242 b. To Scu/tdVioV n Koi To w66! o-n/xtZdv /tot ylyvicrOau lytvtro; and especially in later writers, e.g. Codin. p. 138 tyevero Tov PacrtXia aOvptlv, Epiphan. Monach. ed. Dressel p. 16 iyivtro avrovs avavai tU 'ltpovcraX.-qp. The use of the Acc. with the Inf., as has been already remarked, is elsewhere in the N. T. comparatively rare. A clause with on is more 1 In 2 Cor. ii. 7 &sre... xap'O'ewflai Kal trapeutaXcirai the two Infinitives in the same way denote what should be, and not what actually takes place. Yet even here Se7v is not to be supplied, but the clause with lxav6v extends its influence to these Infinitives: The reproach is sufficient, --that you may now, on the contrary, forgive him etc. The same construction is followed in Acts xxii. 17 iyivvri not inroarptyairri t!s 'UfovaaAi)n... ytviadat y.t iv iivrrdau, where the Infin. might have been joined directly to /u moor, (accidit mihi), and perhaps would have been joined to it had not the writer been led to depart from this construction by the intervention of the Gen. abs. Koi vpos(vxonevov fjLav iv Ty Up$. 304 common, quite after the manner of the later...show more

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  • Paperback | 262 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236971485
  • 9781236971487