A Grammar of the New Testament Diction; Intended as an Introduction to the Critical Study of the Greek New Testament Volume 2

A Grammar of the New Testament Diction; Intended as an Introduction to the Critical Study of the Greek New Testament Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 edition. Excerpt: ...re-re can only ba used antithetically in relation to an idea or proposition supplementing a unity, so oilre-ovre can only combine such propositions. This higher unity is divided by the negatived parts which mutually supplement each other; in these, neither the negation of the one nor of the other is a whole, but each must be supplemented." obx, apsS-. is divided into two parts, in reference to the time); Luke ix. 3. fjuqlh a'ipin rig rr)v oSov Ayrs pafib'ov (jjr)n ftr)pav (jur)rs aprov filers upyvpwv. In this acceptation the following particles are usually correlative: a. Ov-ovh'% Mt. vi. 28. vii. 18. Luke vi. 44. Jo. xiii. 16. xiv. 17. Acts ix. 9. Rom. ii. 28., pr)-priU Mt. vi. 25. x. 14. xxiii. 9 f. Mr. xiii. 15. Luke xvii. 23. Jo. iv. 15. Acts iv. 18. Rom. vi. 12 f. 2 Cor. iv. 2. 1 Tim. i. 3 f., ov-ouSs-ovi's Mt. xii. 19. Jo. i. 13. 25.,1 jttjj purjhk-pwjSs Rom. xiv. 21. Col. ii. 21. Luke xiv. 12. (not-neither neither). b. Ov-ovn-ovn Mt. xii. 32., (jur)-yurtn-(r)n 1 Tim. i. 7., pr)-yj7n-fjurirs-ynhn Jas. v. 12. (jjbrs three times) Mt. v. 34. (fon four times) neither-nor-nor etc.; but still more frequently without a simple negation preceding, Jo. v. 37. ovn (puvr)v uvrov ux.rjx.oari Toittots ovn Mog avrov sa/paxan, Mt. vi. 20. xxii. 30. Luke xiv. 35. Jo. viii. 19. ix. 3. Acts xv. 10. 1 Thess. ii. 5 f. Rom. viii. 38. (ten times), Mt, xi. 18.?jXSs 'lcoawris Jbrn hfoiuv fjbrjn Ttivuv, Acts xxvii. 20. Heb. vii. 3.2 neither-nor etc. Accordingly, ovn regularly refers to another ovn; and (Jurjn, to another (Afire.3 Also Ts-n (rs-xai) correspond to each other. But ova's and jjSi are preceded respectively by ov or pr), as, in general, h's refers to something that precedes. Hence it may be laid down as a principle (conformably to the respective...
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  • Paperback | 130 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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