[B-Greek] Romans 6:11 LOGIZESQE EAUTOUS
dbielby at bloomingtonvineyard.org
Mon Aug 1 18:29:57 EDT 2005
Can someone refresh me on this construction? Is there a grammatical rule
All Zerwick says is that it is a 3rd plural for a 2nd.
While I’m on this chapter I have another question about the term
ESOMEQA in Romans 6:5. Zerwick cites a lesson dealing with
this term as a Future Participle. Is this a future participle? I have it
parsed as a Future Middle Indicative-can someone explain the
significance of his reference there?
Zerwick’s entry says ‘ESOMEQA’ fut. EIMI fut. “Connoting ‘now that we are
baptized, we…”, logical rather than temporal (cf 5:19) Latin ed.
and then cites a lesson on how the future participle dropped out of use by
large and that the question may be raised whether the present participle
may stand at times for the future. However I don’t see a participle at all
Is this an error is there something I’m missing in the comments? He is very
brief and so maybe one of the big Greeks can illuminate me.
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