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16? How might Paul's contrast in Romans 7:14 between the one who is a d p K i v o g ("fleshly, carnal") and the law as TTveuLictTiKog ("spiritual") shed light on 1 John 2:16? Discuss. 4. What parallels exist between v. 16 and the account in Gen 3:6 of the temptation of Eve? Do you think that John is alluding to that account? ASSIGNMENT Antichrists: Sign of the Last Hour 1 John 2:18-21 VOCABULARY -ot>, 6, Antichrist. The term only occurs in 1 John 2:18, 22: 4:3; 2 John 7. See TDNT 9:571-72. yeyovamv, perf.
What two words in v. 28 sound similar when pronounced aloud? How does this poetic touch add to the point John is making? 8. According to Turner (Style, 136), what style is evident in John's posi tioning of the attributive Tidg before the participle (v. 29)? FOR F U R T H E R S T U D Y 1. According to v. 27 every Christian has the "anointing" of the Holy Spirit. He lives within (cf. Rom 8:9) and provides illumination of God's word. At the same time, every Christian has a conscience (cf. 2 Cor 1:12).
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?
A Vietnamese Reference Grammar [incomplete] by Laurence C Thompson