implied verbs in Rom 5.18
javurek at asu.edu
Tue Jan 8 09:43:55 EST 2002
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Douglas Moo in his NIC series commentary on Romans believes that
the word GINOMAI is inherent as the verb in this passage.
From: Steven Lo Vullo [mailto:doulos at merr.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 4:18 AM
To: Biblical Greek
Subject: [b-greek] implied verbs in Rom 5.18
Rom 5.18: ARA OUN hWS DI' hENOS PARAPTWMATOS EIS PANTAS ANQRWPOUS EIS
KATAKRIMA, hOUTWS KAI DI' hENOS DIKAIWMATOS EIS PANTAS ANQRWPOUS EIS
DIKAIWSIN ZWHS ...
We have here a complex sentence with an independent clause and a subordinate
comparative clause. Outside of conjunctions and adverbs, we basically have
two strings of prepositional phrases. My question is: What verb or verbs (or
other word(s)) are implied that make sense of the strings of prepositional
phrases? I don't think I have run across anything quite like this before.
The several prepositional phrases don't look like they can all make sense
construed with only one implied verb.
Steven Lo Vullo
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