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Greek I Relative Pronoun (Chapter 14). Exegetical Insight – Matthew 1:16  We have two genealogies for Christ in Scripture: Luke emphasizes Christ’s humanity,

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1 Greek I Relative Pronoun (Chapter 14)

2 Exegetical Insight – Matthew 1:16  We have two genealogies for Christ in Scripture: Luke emphasizes Christ’s humanity, and traces Christ’s lineage through Mary all the way back to Adam. Matthew emphasizes Christ’s right to rule. His genealogy for Christ is through Joseph and stresses Jesus as a descendant of David.  The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham (Matt 1:1). dwID ' =14  Therefore all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations; and from David to the deportation to Babylon fourteen generations; and from the deportation to Babylon to the time of Christ fourteen generations (Matt 1:17).

3 Exegetical Insight – Matthew 1:16  We have two genealogies for Christ in Scripture: Luke emphasizes Christ’s humanity, and traces Christ’s lineage through Mary all the way back to Adam. Matthew emphasizes Christ’s right to rule. His genealogy for Christ is through Joseph and stresses Jesus as a descendant of David.  The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham (Matt 1:1). dwID ' =14  Therefore all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations; and from David to the deportation to Babylon fourteen generations; and from the deportation to Babylon to the time of Christ fourteen generations (Matt 1:17).

4 Exegetical Insight – Matthew 1:16  and to Jacob was born Joseph the husband of Mary, by whom was born Jesus, who is called Christ (NASB).  VIakw.b de. evge,nnhsen to.n VIwsh.f to.n a;ndra Mari,aj( evx h-j evgennh,qh VIhsou/j o` lego,menoj Cristo,jÅ

5 Exegetical Insight – Matthew 1:16  and to Jacob was born Joseph the husband of Mary, by whom was born Jesus, who is called Christ (NASB).  VIakw.b de. evge,nnhsen to.n VIwsh.f to.n a;ndra Mari,aj( evx h-j evgennh,qh VIhsou/j o` lego,menoj Cristo,jÅ

6 Overview of this Lesson  In this lesson we will learn: the relative pronouns “who,” “that,” and “which”; that like any pronoun, their gender and number are determined by their antecedent, their case by function in the sentence. that relative clauses are always dependent clauses, so they cannot contain the main subject and verb of the sentence.

7 English Grammar  The relative pronouns in English are who, whom, that, which, and whose. Who and whom are used when the antecedent is a human. Who is used for masculine and feminine concepts and which for neuter. That can refer to either.  The book that was destroyed was my favorite.  I helped the lady that was injured in the wreck. Whose usually refers to humans, but is also used for non-humans.

8 English Grammar  Relative pronouns do not ask questions; that is the role of interrogative pronouns.  A relative pronoun introduces a clause that usually modifies a noun. The teacher whom the students love is tough but fair. I am enjoying the Greek New Testament that I bought yesterday.

9 English Grammar  Relative pronouns do not ask questions; that is the role of interrogative pronouns.  A relative pronoun introduces a clause that usually modifies a noun. The teacher whom the students love is tough but fair. I am enjoying the Greek New Testament that I bought yesterday.

10 English Grammar  Relative pronouns do not ask questions; that is the role of interrogative pronouns.  A relative pronoun introduces a clause that usually modifies a noun. The teacher whom the students love is tough but fair. I am enjoying the Greek New Testament that I bought yesterday.  A relative clause is the relative pronoun and the clause it introduces. They are always dependent clauses and will therefore never contain the main verb of the sentence.

11 Forms of the Relative Pronoun  Notice the similarity between these forms and the article; accent distinguishes between them in the nominative.  Number and gender are determined by antecedent, case by function in the sentence (see Attraction, p. 120, for exception).  Keep the entire relative clause together as a unit when dividing up a sentence for translation.

12 For Next Week  Study the vocab from chapter 14.  Do workbook exercise 14.  Read chapter 15 on Introduction to Verbs, pp ; congratulations for making it through nouns and adjectives and 64% of the total word count of the NT!


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