Aorist Imperative form of Mark 1:3
Tue, 3 Sep 1996 10:40:50 -0700 (PDT)

Your question has probably already been answered by now, but in any case my
experience with the imperative is that the aorist is virtually equivalent to
our ordinary English imperative, and you don't have the variations sometimes
seen with the indicative (I'm not sure the indicative really has them per se;
I rather suspect that this is a false mixing of context with grammar--but
that's a whole 'nuther subject). The present imperative is the odd ball. Can't
help you with Zerwick, but I'm sure someone else already has or will.

Don Wilkins
UC Riverside