From: Braulio Barillas (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Jun 08 1998 - 00:19:06 EDT
At 18:48 7/06/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Matt 9:18 hH QUGATHR MOU *ARTI ETELEUTHSEN*
>Luke 8:49 *TEQNHKEN* hH QUGAHR SOU
>Is there any difference in force between ARTI ETELEUTHSEN and TEQNHKEN?
>Should ARTI ETELEUTHSEN be seen as "has just died", "has now died", or "has
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I think that while Mt. focus from an aorist, the one that seems to
be modified by an adverb. Beautiful estilistic that gives the impresion of
"continuity" in the anguish of the father that sees his daughter dying.
Matthew expresses the feeling of hurt in a human way. Luke focus as a
perfect: a past action in mouth of a third person.
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