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- July 11th, 2018, 10:28 am
- Forum: Syntax and Grammar
- Topic: John 1:12 case of τέκνα
- Replies: 9
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Why is τέκνα, the predicate complement of the infinitive γενέσθαι, accusative in John 1:12? Predicate complements of the infinitive are nominative if they have the same subject as the head verb of the infinitive, and the infinitive lacks an explicit accusative subject. Otherwise, if the infinitive h...
- July 11th, 2018, 10:15 am
- Forum: Greek Language and Linguistics
- Topic: Are adverbial participles only nominative?
- Replies: 22
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The restriction of adverbial participles to nominative apparently attempts to impose an arbitrarily simplistic terminology on a more complex reality. Here is a partial list of GNT oblique circumstantial participles: MT 8:23, MT21:23, MK 16:12, MK16:14, LK 1:3, LK17:7, AC 3:12,AC16:37, AC20:3, AC23:1...
My name is Dennis Kenaga. I live in Lansing, Michigan and am Antiochian Orthodox. I went to university in Germany in the 1960s and started reading the Greek New Testament (GNT) in the 70s. About 15 years ago I started reading the New Testament and LXX with Pastor Stephen Pribble. We were taught the ...