A Workbook for New Testament Greek: Grammar and Exegesis in First John

A Workbook for brand new testomony Greek: Grammar and Exegesis in First John offers worthwhile 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 easiest position to begin interpreting 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 task has 3 sections:

• Vocabulary--defines and parses types which could as but be unfamiliar
• Questions--leads the coed via very important grammatical observations
• For additional Study--encourages deeper mirrored image on questions of grammar, textual feedback, exegesis, and application

All 3 sections supply precious references to grammars, commentaries, lexicons, and different research is helping that scholars should still get to grips with. additionally supplied are integrated reference tools:

• Greek-English Dictionary of First John--briefly defines each be aware utilized in 1 John
• Analytical Lexicon of First John--parses each shape that looks within the letter

Designed to be used within the moment 1/2 a first-year Greek direction through scholars who've handed the midpoint in a typical advent to New testomony Greek, this workbook is additionally used for person examine and overview.

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How may still the word ev f|utv in v. nine be translated? (See Zerwick and Grosvenor, Grammatical research, 731; Haas, Dejonge. and Swellengrebel. Translator's instruction manual, 108. ) 6. How is OTL getting used in v. 10? (See Hewett. Grammar, fifty two. ) W h i c h OTL clause in v. 10 is receiving the emphasis? 7. The nouns TOV DLOV and IXotGLiov (v. 10) are functioning as double accusatives with regards to the verb dTrecrreiXev (see 1:10; 4:14). W h i c h noun is the article and that's the supplement? (See Wallace, Grammar, 186. ) Assignment 19 1 John 4:7-10 seventy three FOR additional research Love is without doubt one of the key subject matters of one John, a subject matter handled with specifically nice depth in 4:7-5:3. Of the 1st six phrases of this part, 3 are the varieties of the notice "love" that take place most often during this letter (dyaTrrjTOc;, dyaTTda), dyd-nr)). John exhorts Christians—as Scripture does elsewhere—to imitate the nature of God. yet is love an important of all God's attributes? a few Christians, for example, have insisted that holiness, or justice, or mercy is both vital. utilizing vv. 7ff. as your place to begin, talk about the location Scripture supplies to ayanr) compared to the opposite attributes of God. 2. In vv. 7-8 John makes use of the be aware yivcocfKGo in regard to figuring out God. What does it suggest to "know God"? What function do mind (the cognitive) and event (the affective) have in terms of this query? Did the Semitic (Old testomony) figuring out of data range from that present in classical Greek notion? To what resource* s ) may still the Christian flip in looking to outline this crucial theological subject? three. be aware the order of the phrases within the important clause of v. nine: Ö T L T Ô V D L Ô V aÙToû T Ô V povoyevfj àTréoTaXKev ô Geoç elç T Ô V KÔOLLOV. what's being emphasised? How does this emphasis relate to the most aspect of the verse? task Love and the Indwelling 20 Presence of God 1 John 4:11-15 VOCABULARY dyciTrav, pres. infin. act. of dyaTrdco, to like 7TC07TOTe, adv. , ever, at any time TeGeotTca, perf. indie, mid. 3d sg. of 0edo|icu, [no one] has visible, beheld, regarded upon TCTeXeitoLievr) ecniv, perf. periphr. indie, move. 3d sg. of TeXeioeo, it's been perfected, accomplished T€0ed|ie0a, perf. indie, mid. 1st pi. of 0€dou. ai, we've beheld, regarded upon, obvious aarrfjpa, 3d decl. masc. acc. sg. of acorn p, atOTfjpog, savior, preserver, deliverer. See Spicq, Theological Lexicon 3:351-56. OLioXoyfjari, aor. s u b j . act. 3d sg. of OLioXoyeco, [whoever] confesses QUESTIONS 1. what sort of conditional sentence is located in v. eleven? (See Wallace, Grammar, 690-94. ) What does the situation suggest the following? task 20 1 John 4:11-15 seventy five 2. To what does OUTCOC; in v. eleven refer? In what recognized verse within the 3rd bankruptcy of John's Gospel does this adverb take place? What parallels of idea exist among that verse and 1 John 4:7-11? three. What may perhaps the importance be of the anarthrous accusative Geóv in v. 12 (cf. John 1:18)? (See Westcott, Epistles, 151; Smalley, 1, 2, three John, 246. ) four. Robertson sees EK TOU Trvevpcrrog auToD (v. thirteen) as an instance of the "partitive" use of the preposition € okay (Grammar, 599).

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