By Marvin R. Wilson, Chris Alex Vlachos
A Workbook for brand new testomony Greek: Grammar and Exegesis in First John offers beneficial support for college kids who are looking to commence learning the hot testomony within the unique Greek. Many Greek teachers agree that First John is the simplest position to begin analyzing within the New testomony since it is short and doesn't use many complex sentences or infrequent phrases. This workbook divides 1 John into twenty-five assignments averaging 4 verses. every one task has 3 sections:• VocabularyÃÂdefines and parses kinds which may as but be unexpected• QuestionsÃÂleads the coed via very important grammatical observations• For additional StudyÃÂencourages deeper mirrored image on questions of grammar, textual feedback, exegesis, and applicationAll 3 sections supply helpful references to grammars, commentaries, lexicons, and different examine is helping that scholars may still familiarize yourself with. additionally supplied are integrated reference tools:• Greek-English Dictionary of First JohnÃÂbriefly defines each observe utilized in 1 John• Analytical Lexicon of First JohnÃÂparses each shape that looks within the letterDesigned to be used within the moment 1/2 a first-year Greek path via scholars who've handed the midpoint in a regular advent to New testomony Greek, this workbook is additionally used for person learn and evaluate.
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2d pi. O F ol8a, [if] you know yeyevvryrai, PERF. indie, pass. 3d sg. OF yevvdeo, he has been born, begotten 03 w e 40 Assignment 10 1 John 2:26-29 QUESTIONS 1. Zerwick and Grosvenor identify the participle TTXCXVGWTCOV in v. 2 6 as a conative (Grammatical Analysis, 7 2 9 ) . What idea is expressed by a conative verb? (See V a u g h a n and Gideon, Grammar, 138; Brooks and Winbery, Syntax, 8 6 . ) 2. What is the relation of the phrase iva TIC; 8i8do"KT| updg to x p e i a v in v. 2 7 ? How is the phrase being used?
4. Does the condition in v. 2 8 imply doubt as to Christ's return? (See Smith, Epistles of John, 1 8 2 . ) Assignment 10 — 1 John 2:26-29 41 5. Using Hatch and Redpath's Concordance to the Septuagint, find the three places in the L X X where the verb cdaxuvG) and the preposition &7r6 occur together as they do in v. 28. 6. What is the fundamental idea expressed by the use of diro with ccloxuvd) in v. 28? ) 7. What two words in v. 28 sound similar when pronounced aloud? How does this poetic touch add to the point John is making?
John 1:12) help us find the meaning of "children of God" in 1 John 3:1-2? 3. Does v. 1 support the view that God is the Father of all people, or does this text teach that God is only the Father of some people? Discuss the biblical concept of the fatherhood of God (cf. Mai 2:10). Work into your discussion John 1:12 and the New Testament terms "adoption" and "Abba" (see R o m 8:14-16). 4. " In light of your study of this passage (especially v. 2), what do you think it will mean for Christians to become "like Jesus" at his appearing?