[B-Greek] Complimentary Infinitive + Direct Object?
matthauck at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 00:27:40 EDT 2009
Yes, I believe you're right. Spell checker doesn't find those kinds of
On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 7:16 PM, David McKay <davidmckay52 at gmail.com> wrote:
> G'day Matthew
> I'm guessing you mean complementary.
> David McKay
> 2009/6/2 Matthew Hauck <matthauck at gmail.com>
>> I am studying Ephesians 1:10<http://bible.logos.com/passage/NIV/Ephesians%201.10>and trying to figure out the use of the aorist
>> infinitive ANAKAFALAIWSASQAI. It seems to either be 1) epexegetical /
>> appositional; 2) purpose; or 3) complimentary. My first read was to take
>> as a complimentary of the verb PROEQETO, completing the idea: "God
>> ... to sum up all things in Christ". Hoehner also seems to take this view.
>> However, my question is whether or not it is possible to have a
>> complimentary infinitive of a verb that has a direct object already. I
>> seem to get it to make much sense in my mind. "He purposed / planned his
>> good pleasure to sum up all things", that makes it a purpose I suppose.
>> Thoughts? Should I rule out the complimentary use?
>> Thank you!
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