1 John 2.12-14 as Distributio, Conduplicatio, and Expolitio

@article{Watson19891J2,
  title={1 John 2.12-14 as Distributio, Conduplicatio, and Expolitio},
  author={D. F. Watson},
  journal={Journal for the Study of the New Testament},
  year={1989},
  volume={11},
  pages={110 - 97}
}
  • D. F. Watson
  • Published 1989
  • Philosophy
  • Journal for the Study of the New Testament
  • set employs the present tense of ypdoetv (ypa~) and the second set employs the aorist (eypa~a). Both repetition and variation characterize the subordinate clauses. Culpepper writes of 1 Jn 2.12-14: ‘For all the apparent simplicity of these verses, they present difficulties which have troubled scribes and commentators from the earliest centuries’.’ In fact, these verses pose at least four difficult questions for the interpreter: 1. Are there 
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