From: KEN LITWAK (KDLITWAK@concentric.net)
Date: Tue Oct 29 1996 - 11:52:26 EST
Let me ask a hypothetical question about the default aorist then.
If a NT writer wanted to say that someting happened in the past, and it
was important that it happened once in the past, what would one expect?
A Perfect? If NT authors use an aorist, does that mean we cannot say
that they "intend" (yes, I know all the problems about intention) to say
that the event took place completely in the past?
Graduate Theological Union
(when not being a Java-enabled programmer)
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