Re: Wallace Indices and "Please be seated!" (was Re: Romans 9:22)

From: Jonathan Robie (
Date: Mon Jun 02 1997 - 08:35:01 EDT

At 07:41 AM 6/2/97 -0400, Carl W. Conrad wrote:
>Those who are not aware of this might note that the indices (Greek and
>English) to Wallace's First Edition (and very valuable they are) are
>downloadable as MSWord files (should be printable on both Mac and Windows
>platforms) at Mounce's web/FTP site. I've printed them and keep them with
>the book; they certainly enhance the value of the book. Sorry, I don't have
>that URL handy, but this should be readily found in the BG archives.

I believe the URL is:

>I was thinking how odd that in German "Be seated, please" turns
>into "Please take place," whereas the American-English "take place" becomes
>a German "sich stattfinden" (I THINK it's reflexive, isn't it? or am I

Not that it matters, but no, it isn't reflexive, e.g. "Heute Abend findet
die Parousia statt."


Jonathan Robie
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