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This front matter section of the book Verbal Aspect in the Book of Revelationcontains the table of contents. The book of Revelation is well-known for its grammatical infelicities. More specifically, Revelation exhibits apparently &t;odd&t; use of Greek verb tenses. Most attempts to describe this &t;odd&t; use of verb tenses start with the assumption that Greek verb tenses are primarily temporal in meaning. In order to explain Revelation's apparent violation of these temporal values, scholars have proposed some level of semitic influence from the Hebrew tense system as making sense of this &t;odd&t; use of tenses.

Keywords:Revelation; Verbal Aspect



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