Grammar of New Testament Greek: Volume 4: Style by James Hope Moulton, Wilbert Francis Howard, Nigel Turner

By James Hope Moulton, Wilbert Francis Howard, Nigel Turner

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Cardinal for ordinal : Gen 813 Exod 4Oa Ps 23 (24) *'* one for first. Other Part s o f Speech , i. Wensinck and Black have observed that there is a -characteristic way of using the interrogative particle, What? to express sarcasm in Semitic languages (Black3 i2if). Although most of their parallels are Aramaic it is also a Hebrew feature. The fact that almost all instances are in the words of Jesus is not significant for, as Black concedes, ordinary narrative does not lend itself to questions. Wensinck had noted its appearance in Lk (especially the D-text) : Lk 522D 41 D 62.

Coming 14" I5 (Grammatical Insights 66). Redundant negatives are another contribution to Mark's distinctly heavy style, though several other NT authors share this habit, and it is common in earlier secular authors. Mk i 44 see you say nothing to no one a 2 room for no one not even at the door 3 320 not able not even to . . 2 7 no one was not able37 to 5enter . . 514 no one had been 12 8 able to bind him not yet not even with chains 6 y g n i214-34 i4 25 -6o I55 i68. Mark is particularly fond of clumsy parentheses, often delayed to such an extent that the reader is confused and sometimes entirely misled.

To Mk), I212B a man better than the sheep (add. to Mk), i819D* all the matter (for any matter) M. 3. Literal translation of Heb. infin. absol. is a Septuagintism in Biblical Greek. It occurs in Mt's own work : z10 rejoiced with joy. Also in Lk Jn Jas i Pet Rev. The Negative. The strong negative ou me is restricted to the teaching of Jesus. In denials it is usually taken over by Matthew from Mark (i628 242-sl«34-35 2629-3B), but occasionally it is peculiarly Matthaean, being added to the Markan material (i622 2i19) or taken from Q (526) or from Matthew's special material (518-20 15s).

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