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A Workbook for brand new testomony Greek: Grammar and Exegesis in First John presents beneficial support for college kids who are looking to start learning the recent 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 advanced sentences or infrequent phrases. This workbook divides 1 John into twenty-five assignments averaging 4 verses. each one project has 3 sections:

• Vocabulary--defines and parses kinds which can as but be unfamiliar
• Questions--leads the scholar via vital grammatical observations
• For additional Study--encourages deeper mirrored image on questions of grammar, textual feedback, exegesis, and application

All 3 sections provide worthwhile references to grammars, commentaries, lexicons, and different examine is helping that scholars should still familiarize yourself with. additionally supplied are integrated reference tools:

• Greek-English Dictionary of First John--briefly defines each observe utilized in 1 John
• Analytical Lexicon of First John--parses each shape that looks within the letter

Designed to be used within the moment 1/2 a first-year Greek path through scholars who've handed the midpoint in a customary creation to New testomony Greek, this workbook is additionally used for person learn and evaluate.

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GNT Barbara Aland, Kurt Aland, Johannes Karavidopoulos, Carlo M . Martini, and Bruce Metzger, eds. The Greek New testomony. 4th rev. ed. Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft and United Bible Societies, 1993. ISBE Geoffrey W. Bromiley, ed. The foreign ordinary Bible Ency­ clopedia. four vols. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1988. NA 2 7 Barbara Aland, Kurt Aland, Johannes Karavidopoulos, Carlo M . Martini, and Bruce Metzger, eds. Novum Testamentum Graece. twenty seventh ed. Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 1993. NIDNTT Colin Brown, ed. the recent overseas Dictionary of latest Testa­ ment Theology. four vols. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1975-1986. TDNT Gerhard Kittel and Gerhard Friedrich, eds. Theological Dictionary of the recent testomony. 10 vols. Translated by means of G . W. Bromiley. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. 1964-1976. advent TO FIRST J O H N the 1st Letter of John is nameless yet has normally been attributed to John the apostle, writer of the Fourth Gospel. This used to be the identity made through Irenaeus (ca. A. D. 140-203), Clement of Alexandria (ca. A. D. 155-215), Tertullian (ca. A. D. 150-222), and Origen (ca. A. D. 185-253). W h e n the proof is weighed, this early culture looks an affordable hypoth­ esis. the author provides himself as an eyewitness of Jesus (1:1-4; 4:14). furthermore, he addresses his readers in such hot and loving tones as "little youngsters" (2:1, 18; 3:7). those smooth, fatherly expressions might have come from an previous guy. culture informs us John's later years have been spent in Ephesus from the place he penned the letter close to, or in. the decade of the 1st century. That the writer of the letter is almost certainly John the apostle is additionally borne out through its shut similarity widespread and vocabulary to the Fourth Gospel, which, in mild of John 21:20-24 and the sooner culture of the church, was once most likely written by means of this apostle. (For a dialogue of Johannine authorship of the Fourth Gospel, see D. A . Carson, The Gospel Ac­ cording to John [Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1991], 68-81. ) The sentence constitution in either is straightforward and the fashion repetitious. either hire contrasting figures, resembling mild and darkish­ ness, lifestyles and dying, fact and lies, love and hate. Expressions in 1 John just like these of the Fourth Gospel comprise "abide. " "do the truth," "Spirit of fact. " "overcome the world," "begotten of God," "eternal life," "lay down one's life," "light," "love," "new commandment," "Paraclete," and so forth. notice the subsequent parallels: 1 John 1:1 1:4 1:6-7 2:1 2:7 2:24 3:8 3:14 4:6 4:6 4:9 5:5 5:9 5:12-13 5:18 Gospel of J o h n 1:1, 14 16:24 3:19-21 14:16 13:34-35 15:5 8:44 5:24 8:47 16:13 1:14, 18; 3:16 16:33 5:32. 37 3:36 3:3, sixteen 2 A WORKBOOK for brand spanking new testomony GREEK furthermore, the Gospel and the Epistle proportion convinced grammatical positive aspects. A m o n g those are the relative shortage of debris, the typical use of TICK; 6 with the participle (John 3:8,15,16; and so on. and 1 John 3:4; 5:1; and so forth. ) and TT&V 6 with a finite verb or TTCXV T O with the participle (John 6:37, 39; 15:2; 1 John 2:16; 5:4), using the demonstrative pronoun (o\>Tog) to introduce a subordinate clause (John 3:19; 5:16; 9:30; 13:35; 1 John 2:3; 3:1; 4:9; 5:9; and so forth.

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