By Marvin R. Wilson, Chris Alex Vlachos
A Workbook for brand spanking new testomony Greek: Grammar and Exegesis in First John presents useful aid for college kids who are looking to commence learning the recent testomony within the unique Greek. Many Greek teachers agree that First John is the simplest position to begin examining within the New testomony since it is short and doesn't use many advanced 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 strange• QuestionsÃÂleads the coed via vital grammatical observations• For extra StudyÃÂencourages deeper mirrored image on questions of grammar, textual feedback, exegesis, and applicationAll 3 sections provide necessary references to grammars, commentaries, lexicons, and different examine is helping that scholars may still get to grips with. additionally supplied are integrated reference tools:• Greek-English Dictionary of First JohnÃÂbriefly defines each notice 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 by way of scholars who've handed the midpoint in a regular advent to New testomony Greek, this workbook is also used for person learn and evaluation.
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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? ASSIGNMENT A Contrast: The Sinful and the Righteous 1 John 3:4-8 VOCABULARY DVOLUCX, -ag, f|, lawlessness, transgression.
OiSare, 2d perf. indie, act. 2d pi. of ol8a, you know i^eDSog, 3d decl. neut. nom. sg. of 4seD8og, i^euSoug, lie, falsehood CTVTIXPIGTOG, QUESTIONS 1. What is the significance of the lack of an article with eaxaTn (opec in v. 18? ) Assignment 8 1 John 2:18-21 2. 6)V (v. 19)? ) What assumption underlies this particular class of condition? What does the pluperfect U E L I E V F J K E I A A V express in this statement? ) 3. What do the second, third, and fourth uses of e£ in v. 19 connote? ) 4. Verse 19 contains an ellipsis (something omitted that must be provided from the context).
According to J o h n 3:16, God loved TOV KOGLIOV. In what sense then is J o h n using KOGLIOV in 1 lohn 2:15? ) 4. What distinct nuance is conveyed in John's use of dXa£oveux (v. 16) that is different from the classical and profane use of the term? ) 5. Contrast (3ioç ( V . 16) with £a)f|. ) According to Zerwick and Grosvenor (Grammatical Analysis, 728), what kind of genitive is GctpKog in v. 16? (See also Hewett, Grammar, 198; Moule, Idiom Book, 39-40. G)v and PLOD used? 7. Is crÙTOÛ in v. 17 a subjective or objective genitive?
A Workbook for New Testament Greek: Grammar and Exegesis in First John by Marvin R. Wilson, Chris Alex Vlachos