[b-greek] Re: 1 Cor 10:13

From: Christopher Hutson (crhutson@salisbury.net)
Date: Tue Jul 25 2000 - 22:35:54 EDT


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April Vanbibber asked about 1 Cor. 10:13:<BR>
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&gt; In the last phrase THN EKBASIN TOU DUNASTHAI hUPENEKEIN, does He provide<BR>
&gt; a way out of the temptation SO THAT we will be able to endure, or (as I'm<BR>
&gt; thinking) is the ability to endure, itself, the way out?<BR>
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April, <BR>
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I think your first option is better. &nbsp;An articular infinitive in the genitive case often expresses purpose. &nbsp;See BDF 400(5), or any other standard grammar you have handy. &nbsp;For your inference about endurance, you would have a stronger case if the passage actually mentioned endurance.<BR>
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Happy studies,<BR>
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XPIC<BR>
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