[B-Greek] Participles in 1 John
Perry L. Stepp
plstepp at kcu.edu
Wed Apr 19 10:25:08 EDT 2006
You're right, Kevin.
I did see a couple of periphrastic constructions. But I wasn't thinking of
them as "circumstantial."
From: Kevin W. Woodruff [mailto:cierpke at prodigy.net]
Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2006 10:14 AM
To: Perry L. Stepp; B-Greek at lists.ibiblio.org
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] Participles in 1 John
There are a couple of examples of periphrastic
constructions 1 John 1:4 and 4:12;
--- "Perry L. Stepp" <plstepp at kcu.edu> wrote:
> Perhaps I've missed something in my haste, but I've
> just done a quick survey
> of all the participles in 1 John.
> Are ALL the participles in 1 John adjectival? I
> didn't find a
> circumstantial / adverbial participle in the bunch.
> Perry L. Stepp, Ph.D.
> Associate Professor, Biblical Studies and Theology
> Kentucky Christian University
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