From: Harry W. Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat May 19 2001 - 20:03:58 EDT
I thought that your post was interesting but not true. Just like you
you cann't build a house with out an architect you cann't have
biblical exegesis without grammtical and lexical analysis.
I think a good example of the use of
grammatical analysis is my post of Phil.2:10. KAMYH is in the
subjunctive mood and therefore should be translated as, "should bow"
and not "will bow". Another good example is my post of Heb. 1:8.
It was closed but not before I got at least one good grammatical
respones on it.
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