From: Wayne Heidler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jun 18 1997 - 16:05:16 EDT
Hello to all,
I have a question on diagramming Hebrews 1:1-2 (or at least I believe it is
diagramming in nature).
1. The first words: POLUMERWS KAI POLUTROPWS. I know that they are both
adverbs and used a total of one time each in the NT. My question is, is
this an adverbial phrase and if so what could the possible syntax be.
2. Verse 2 starts with the prep. EP'. Again, I think this is the start of
a clause, possibly an Adverbial Gen. of time. But where would the end be?
Is it EP ESCATOU TWN hHMERWN TOUTWN? Or, EP ESCATOU TWN hHMERWN?
This is strictly for my own education. I am trying to work my way through
Hebrews and discover or use what I had learned as much as I can. I have
also been studying Mounce's grammar, along with Brooks and Winbery *Syntax
of the NT Greek*. But it is slow going.
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