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The Use of Πας in the New Testament

by J. Willian Johnston (Author)
Monographs XVI, 222 Pages
Series: Studies in Biblical Greek, Volume 11

Summary

This book examines in detail the use of the pronominal adjective πας («all, each, every») in the Greek New Testament, focusing on how syntactical patterns and the semantic value of words or phrases it modifies are factors determining its sense and scope. These findings are applied to the interpretation of several debated passages in the New Testament.

Details

Pages
XVI, 222
ISBN (Hardcover)
9780820467740
Language
English
Tags
Griechisch Indefinitpronomen pas (Wort) Neues Testament
Published
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2004. XVI, 222 pp., 4 tables

Biographical notes

J. Willian Johnston (Author)

The Author: J. William Johnston received his Ph.D. in New Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary (Dallas, Texas), where he serves as Instructor of New Testament Studies. His research and writing interests are NT Greek grammar and syntax, and he has been a frequent contributor to the text-critical notes accompanying the New English Translation (NET).

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