[B-Greek] Middle or Passive?
iver_larsen at sil.org
Sat Dec 4 00:49:18 EST 2010
It wasn't conceivable to me, but since it was to Carl, the answer to your
question is: Yes.
Another question is: Is this form likely to be used as a middle in this text? I
would say: no.
Although the middle aorist of TASSW is used to refer to an arrangement set up by
and for the benefit of the subject, such an idea is unlikely here. I think
others have made this arrangement for them. What their active involvement in
receiving this "appointment" might be, is beyond the scope of the grammar.
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Subject: [B-Greek] Middle or Passive?
> Is it conceivable that the participle TETAGMENOI in Acts 13:48 could be in the
> middle voice instead of the passive?
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