From: Ben Crick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 20 1998 - 17:34:30 EDT
On Wed 19 Aug 98 (20:21:58), email@example.com wrote:
> How should I understand this:
> Hebr 2:13 EGW ESOMAI PEPOIQWS EP AUTWi
> The use of tenses is confusing me...
ESOMAI 1st person singular future of EIMI
PEPOIQWS Second-Perfect Active Participle of PEIQW
Surely this is another example of a periphrastic future perfect: "I shall
be having trusted in Him". Compare 2 Samuel 22:3 LXX and Isaiah 8:17 LXX.
In 2 Samuel it translates 'eCheSeH-BoW = PEPOIQWS ESOMAI EP' AUTWi; and in
Isaiah it translates WeQiWWeThiY-LoW = KAI PEPOIQWS ESOMAI EP' AUTWi.
Hebrews 2:13b continues the quotation from Isaiah 8:18, so that is the
source quoted by the writer to the Hebrews.
MH FOBOU, MONON PISTEUSON! (Luke 8:50)
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