From: Joseph Brian Tucker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 10 1999 - 17:39:51 EDT
EPI THi KOINWNIAi hUMWN EIS TO EUAGGELION APO THS PRWTHS hMERAS ACRI TOU
1. Verse 5 is a continuation of a sentence that began in verse 3. Verse 5
begins with a prepositional phrase EPI THi hUMWN that is related to the
main verb of this one long sentence EUCARISTW (v. 3). Do you agree with
2. What type of genitive is hUMWN? What sense does it yield?
3. What is the force of the following prepositional phrases?
3.a. EPI THi KOINWNIAi
3.b. EIS TO EUAGGELION
3.c. APO THS PRWTHS
3.d. ACRI TOU NUN
4. Would a literal translation of ACRI TOU NUN be "until the now"?
5. What does the genitive article following ACRI do the the adverb NUN?
6. Suggested translation of EPI THi KOINWNIAi? Which is better? "Because of
your partnership" or "in the basis of your partnership" or " in view of
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