1 Thess 2:15 ENANTIWN
Paul S. Dixon
dixonps at juno.com
Wed Oct 28 11:15:03 EST 1998
In 1 Thess 2:15 should ENANTIWN be taken as a participle
in parallel with the preceding participles APOKTEINANTWN
... EDKIWXANTWN ... ARESKONTWN?
Or, should it be taken simply as an adjective (as BAG
has it listed under the adjective ENANTIOS, A, ON rather
than the verb ENANTIOOMAI).
Is there really any difference here? The parallelism would
suggest the participle, but then the verb is ENANTIOOMAI
which leads to another question.
Are the participial forms of deponent verbs the same as
regular verbs? Hmm, never thought about it before.
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