Re: Is TEMPUS A Part of Greek Grammar?

From: Carl W. Conrad (
Date: Sat Sep 25 1999 - 18:22:05 EDT

<x-rich>At 4:31 PM -0400 9/25/99, Jay Stigdon wrote:


Jim West wrote:

If the pursuit of a theory results in merely other theories than what
is the

usefulness? Do we not then merely set up a chain of ad infinitum

which resolve into pure nothingness?


   ...isn't this how the whole evolution thing came about? And now it's
being taught to our children in public schools. yowch!


This is really off-topic, having absolutely nothing to do with B-Greek
topics. Please let's not be talking about issues that are altogether
extraneous to our concerns with Biblical Greek and the Greek text of
the Bible and ancillary literature.

Carl W. Conrad

Co-Chair, B-Greek List

Department of Classics, Washington University

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