Date: Sun Mar 03 2002 - 21:19:32 EST
In a message dated 3/3/2002 2:50:37 PM Eastern Standard Time,
>Last question: I do not have Robertson's grammar (the big one). I have
>another source that says that on p.1128 of this grammar Robertson says, "See
>BAPTIZONTES and DIDASKONTES in Matthew 28:19f as modal participles." >Could
who does have this Grammar please quote me the context in which this >was
This goes all the way back to p. 1124 with
"(e) The Circumstantial Participle or Participial Clauses.
(A)* The General Theory. . .
(B) Varieties of the Circumstantial Participle. . . .
Time. . . .
Manner . . . .
But it is easy to split hairs over the various circumstantial participles and
to read into them much more than is there. Cf. 2 Cor. 4:1 f. See BAPTIZONTES
and DIDASKONTES in Mt. 28:19 f. as modal participles. So AGNOWN in 1 Tim.
1:13. Cf. KATA AGNOIAN in Ac. 3:17.
Cause . . ."
* Capital letter in parentheses indicate Greek characters
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