New Testament language and exegesis : a diachronic approach / Chrys C. Caragounis.

By: Caragounis, Chrys C, 1940-Series: Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament ; 323.Copyright date: ©2014Description: xiii, 409 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9783161527647 (hardcover); 316152764X (hardcover)Subject(s): Bible. New Testament -- Language, styleLOC classification: PA863 | .C373 2014
Contents:
Morphology: between Attic and Neohellenic -- Case system in development: the triumph of the genitive and accusative over the dative -- Pronouns: the redundant use of personal and possessive pronouns -- Voice in disorder: the confusion of active and middle and the use of pleonastic reflexive pronouns -- Tense system in disarray: the interchange of aorist and perfect -- The nominative used as vocative -- Interrogative, confirmatory, and asseverative particles -- A New Testament crux: did Paul behave as an infant or imbecil, or a gentle nurse? -- Sublimity and the New Testament.
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BS 2331 CARA 2013 (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available 35678000472979

Includes bibliographical references (pages 313-355) and indexes.

Morphology: between Attic and Neohellenic -- Case system in development: the triumph of the genitive and accusative over the dative -- Pronouns: the redundant use of personal and possessive pronouns -- Voice in disorder: the confusion of active and middle and the use of pleonastic reflexive pronouns -- Tense system in disarray: the interchange of aorist and perfect -- The nominative used as vocative -- Interrogative, confirmatory, and asseverative particles -- A New Testament crux: did Paul behave as an infant or imbecil, or a gentle nurse? -- Sublimity and the New Testament.