[B-Greek] 2 Peter 1:10 Aorist with Present
mitchlarramore at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 12 22:31:56 EST 2006
DIO MALLON, ADELFOI, SPOUDASATE BEBAIAN hUMWN THN
KLHSIN KAI EKLOGHN POIEISQAI...
What I am trying to understand is how an Aorist finite
and a Present infinitive might work together (assuming
in this context they do somehow). Would the Aorist
SPOUDASATE represent getting the action
completed/accomplished? Would the Present POIEISQAI
represent getting the process started or underway?
Resulting in something like: complete the action of
being diligent (become completely diligent; or get
into a fully diligent state), and (then) begin making
(in an ever-increasing fashion) your calling and
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