From: Wayne Leman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Oct 30 2000 - 20:38:12 EST
> in my studies of "New Testament Greek for Beginners" by Prof. J. Gresham
> I came across the term "Deliberative Questions", but I didnot get any clue
> this term means. The dictionary (Englisch-German and "Webster's
> Dictionary") did not help to understand this term.
> Could someone be so kind to answer this question?
Sylvia, Machen is referring to a question where the speaker is wondering
(deliberating) about what to do, for example:
"What shall I eat?"
"What should be do?"
Often the Greek verb in the question is in the subjunctive mood.
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