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A Literary Form in the New Testament

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The Disclosure is a literary form identifiable in koine Greek of the New Testament period. Its characteristics are four: the use of identification of the person addressed, a noetic verb in the infinitive, and the information, usually introduced by óIt may also have a vocative address. The termination of the New Testament Thanksgiving form can be delineated by the appearance of a recognizable element of the Disclosure or, more often, of the Petition. The elements of the Disclosure appear in a fairly rigid order in the non-literary papyri; a far less rigid and quite different order is followed in the New Testament uses of the Disclosure.

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1964-01-01
2016-12-08

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