By Marvin R. Wilson, Chris Alex Vlachos
A Workbook for brand spanking new testomony Greek: Grammar and Exegesis in First John presents invaluable support for college students who are looking to start learning the recent testomony within the unique Greek. Many Greek teachers agree that First John is the simplest position to begin examining within the New testomony since it is short and doesn't use many advanced sentences or infrequent phrases. This workbook divides 1 John into twenty-five assignments averaging 4 verses. every one project has 3 sections:• VocabularyÃÂdefines and parses types that can as but be surprising• QuestionsÃÂleads the coed via very important grammatical observations• For extra StudyÃÂencourages deeper mirrored image on questions of grammar, textual feedback, exegesis, and applicationAll 3 sections supply worthwhile references to grammars, commentaries, lexicons, and different learn is helping that scholars may still familiarize yourself with. additionally supplied are integrated reference tools:• Greek-English Dictionary of First JohnÃÂbriefly defines each observe utilized in 1 John• Analytical Lexicon of First JohnÃÂparses each shape that looks within the letterDesigned to be used within the moment half a first-year Greek path by way of scholars who've handed the midpoint in a regular creation to New testomony Greek, this workbook is also used for person examine and overview.
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Indie, mid. 1st pi. of opdea, we shall see dyvi£(o, purify. In the New Testament the w o r d often carries an ethi cal sense. See Schnackenburg, Epistles, 161; TDNT 1:123. The suffix conveys a causal idea. See Chamberlain, Exegetical Gram mar, 15. d y v o g . -f|, -6v, pure, clean, holy. See Trench, Synonyms, 331-34. I8ET6, 44 Assignment 11 1 John 3:1-3 QUESTIONS 1. What was the original definition of TroTCtTtog (v. 1)? ) W h a t effect does this original meaning have when applied to v. 1? ) 2.
Nom. sg. of dyenrda), [the one who] loves. " o~Kdv8aXov, -ou, T O , a stumbling block, cause of sin, something that gives offense ot8ev, 2d perf. indie, act. 3d sg. of otSct. he [does not j know. It is used as a present. Forms of ol8a account for over one-fourth of all per fects in the New Testament. 7T0\), interrog. , where? It is used in 1 John 2:11 in an indirect question. imdyo), go away, depart, leave erucjAcoaev, aor. indie, act. 3d sg. of TDC^XOO, it blinded, made blind, deprived of sight 24 Assignment 5 1 John 2:7-11 QUESTIONS 1.
Occasionally a second aorist verbal form may acquire a first aorist ending. What verb in vv. 1 fits this description? FOR F U R T H E R STUDY 1. The phrase eöxdxri wpa is found only in 1 John 2:18, though John uses the word copa elsewhere. What is its context and meaning? ) Compare also 2 Tim 3:1 and Heb 1:2 for two additional New Testament uses of e a x a r o g . 2. Does the term dvTixpio*Tog (v. 18) refer to one who claims to be the XpiGTog or to one who opposes him? (See Trench, Synonyms, 105-9; cf.