[b-greek] re: tense

From: Mike Sangrey (mike@sojurn.lns.pa.us)
Date: Wed Jun 28 2000 - 19:51:08 EDT

Randall Buth <ButhFam@compuserve.com> said:
> Between Greek and Hebrew, Greek is the more distinctly aspectual
> language. That becomes so clear when dealing with Semitisms in the
> Gospels or with the LXX and MT.

Would you be so kind and give us weanies an example or two.

Mike Sangrey
Landisburg, Pa.
       Every Christian library should have a plaque which states:
            "There is one book which explains all of these."

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