From: Brian Swedburg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Sep 23 1999 - 18:12:55 EDT
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<p><i>Tom Logan wrote:</i>
<blockquote TYPE=CITE><i>Hello Brian</i><i></i>
<p><i>I view EIRENOPOIESAS (having made peace) as also having a past temporal
<br><i>am no greek scholar just a humble inquirer willing to bow to the
<br><i>knowledge that is on this board. but the "having made peace" certainly
appears to me</i>
<br><i>to indicate past occurence</i>
Please accept the apology of a fellow "little Greek"
if I came across critically. My question was meant to lead towards
my observation that
<p> - bearing in mind that we are taught that the infinitive
and participle communicate
aspect and not time...
<p>- if we should agree that the aor infinitive is modified
by the aor part, which in turn is modified by the prepositional phrase
DIA TOU AIMATOS...,
<p>- I agree a past occurance is indicated, which is
identified as Jesus death on the cross.
<br>Little Greek Brian</html>
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