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Open Access Zur Bestimmung des Interrogativpartikels μή in Joh 7:35

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Zur Bestimmung des Interrogativpartikels μή in Joh 7:35

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The question of who could be meant by the Greeks in John 7:35 and who is uttering the question of John 7:35 is puzzling. In this context, the fact that the Greeks in John 12:20 are mentioned in the narrative text of John’s Gospel, while they occur in John 7:35 within a direct speech of the Jews, was given little attention in the past. It seems possible to argue that the question in 7:35 is an open question without determination as to the answer (μή haesitativum). In this case 7:35 should not any more be used as hinting at a mission among gentiles.

Affiliations: 1: Institut für Ethik und Recht in der Medizin, Universität Wien Vienna Austria ulrike.swoboda@univie.ac.at

The question of who could be meant by the Greeks in John 7:35 and who is uttering the question of John 7:35 is puzzling. In this context, the fact that the Greeks in John 12:20 are mentioned in the narrative text of John’s Gospel, while they occur in John 7:35 within a direct speech of the Jews, was given little attention in the past. It seems possible to argue that the question in 7:35 is an open question without determination as to the answer (μή haesitativum). In this case 7:35 should not any more be used as hinting at a mission among gentiles.

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