From: JAMES C Wiersum (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Apr 07 1997 - 14:34:07 EDT
It is not true that BDF seems to indicate the aorist is always past
tense. Check BDF paragraph 333, "The gnomic and futuristic aorist." In
(2) of 333 BDF indicates that "An aorist after a future condition is, to
a certain extent, futuristic" and John 15:8 is given as example.
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