I understand that βούλεται is a third person singular pronoun, but is it masculine or neuter?
If masculine, could it refer to Πνεῦμα, or would it refer to Θεός (all the way back in verse 6)?
Who is "He" here?
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How about an even more basic question: what verse are you citing??? (The number-gender agreements are a package deal--they together apply to the same constituent that governs them, so, a plural form is not going to agree with a singular Jesus, but the plural soldiers would be OK. ) Thank you. I was...
- July 1st, 2013, 12:51 am
- Forum: Grammar Questions
- Topic: Greek definite article
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I recall a passage where St. Peter (a Jew) says that in the last days there will be scoffers, who will say "where is the promise of His coming, for since the fathers fell asleep all things continue as they were from the beginning." I don't recall whether Peter (in the original Greek) used the defini...