A grammar of the Greek New Testament in the light of historical research Volume т. 1

9781231265895: A grammar of the Greek New Testament in the light of historical research Volume т. 1

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. 1914 Excerpt: ...and the word is merely » Monro, Horn. Gr., p. 151. 3 C. and S., p. 87. 1 Gr. of N. T. Gk., p. 127. the threefold preposition (card, kv, tori. The MSS. in the N. T. often vary1 between Karkvavrt and inrkvavTi as in Mt. 21: 2; 27: 24; Ac. 3: 16, etc. In Mt. 27: 24 and Mk. 12:41 W. H. put hctoavri in the margin. Karevavriov, found in Hesiod and Herodotus, does not occur in the N. T. There are only nine examples of nortram in the N. T. One of these (Lu. 19: 30) is merely adverbial, while the rest are prepositional. The idea is 'before,' 'over against,' 'in the presence of,' and the case used with it is the genitive. It occurs with place (Mk. 13:3) and persons (Mt. 27: 24). Cf. Karkvavn 6tov kv XptarQ (2 Cor. 2:17; 12:19) and the attraction of relative (J) in the dative to the genitive case of Oeov, the incorporated antecedent (Ro. 4:17). 23. TtaTevwinov. It is just excoxww (see above) and Koto.. Homer uses Karevojira with the genitive, but KartvuTiov appears in the LXX. The N. T. shows only three examples (cf. the frequency of kv&iwov), two with persons (Eph. 1:4; Col. 1:22), one with abstract word (Ju. 24). The case used is the genitive and the word means 'in the presence of.' 24. KvK66tv. It is an old adverb in-Btv that occasionally occurs in the LXX (Jer. 17: 26) as a preposition. In the N. T. it appears as a preposition twice with the genitive OpSvov (Rev. 4: 3 f.) and once as an adverb (4: 8). 25. KkXco is, of course, merely an adverb in the instrumental case and is common from Homer down. In the LXX it is extremely frequent and occasionally as a preposition with the genitive (Is. 6:2). In the N. T. it is merely an adverb except with rod dpbvov (Rev. 4: 6; 5:11; 7: 11). Cf. Kvkv MeXpi (Ro. 15:19). 26. Meow. As a preposition it occurs in Herodotus ...

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