A dislocated EKLEKTOIS

From: Mark Wilson (emory2002@hotmail.com)
Date: Mon Jun 05 2000 - 00:39:30 EDT

1 Peter 1:1,2

Why is EKLEKTOIS (in verse 1) so far removed from KATA PROGNWSIN (in verse

Does this grammatical "dislocation" communicate something at the semantic

Most commentaries I have checked somewhat note this structure but seem to be
more distracted by the larger issue of Election. Also, all commentaries I
referenced separated EKLEKTOIS from PAREPIDHOIS DIASPORAS, as if an
appositional relationship was not a consideration.

What am I to make of all this?


Mark Wilson

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