From: Mark Wilson (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jun 08 2001 - 15:34:48 EDT
2 Cor 5:9a
DIO KAI FILOTIMOUMEQA...
2 Cor 5:10a
TOUS GAR PANTAS hHMAS FANERWQHNAI DEI EMPROSQEN TOU BHMATOS TOU CRISTOU
hINA KOMISHTAI hEKASTOS...
5:9 begins with a Present Tense verb, referring to Paul's "present"
Next, I wonder if GAR in verse 10a could be Explanatory. That is, standing
platform of Christ could be a day to day evaluation occurring in the
why Paul was striving; namely, because Christ was evaluating his CURRENT,
DAY TO DAY ministry.
hINA KOMISHTAI hEKASTOS then would have to relate to immediate
blessings/rewards, in some sense. (But this is going more into
the theological implications, I suppose.)
Theology aside, is this a grammatical, contextual option?
I guess the reverse side of this question is: Is 5:10 grammatically
and syntactically ONLY a future tense concept?
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