Jump to content
Online Baptist

deanigan

Members
  • Content Count

    1
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  1. I'm a student at Pillsbury Baptist Bible College in Minnesota, at the moment I'm studying greek. In my study I have found out a very key idea when it comes to Greek. In the Koine Greek there is a tense called pluperfect this tense means that there was an event that came to pass and it had ramifications, or it continued into the future for awhile, but then it stopped. When I learned about this tense, I immediately began to study the aspects of it. I discovered that every time speaking in tongues is written in a verb form(except for once when Paul gives an example), this tense is used. Therefore
×
×
  • Create New...