[b-greek] Re: EIS TO with infinitive (rev. version)

From: Mark Goodacre (M.S.GOODACRE@bham.ac.uk)
Date: Fri Jun 23 2000 - 09:52:19 EDT

At 4:45 PM +0100 6/19/00, L. Tichy wrote:

> > >Norbert Baumert, in a German article "EIS TO mit Infinitiv", in:
> > >*Filologia neotestamentaria* I (1998), pp. 7-24, advances the
> > >thesis that, in the New Testament, EIS TO with infinitive has
> > >always a final meaning, but EIS TO with accusative and infinitive
> > >always expresses a consequence.

Apologies if this has already been mentioned (though I don't think it
has), Norbert Baumert's article is available on-line at:


It seems that bsw.org are planning to reproduce _Filologia
Neotestamentaria_ on-line, as they are doing with _Biblica_. So far
Vol. 8 (1998) is available. Homepage is at:


This may have been around for a bit, but I have only just spotted it,
and others may have missed it too.

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