Robb B Posted January 25 Share Posted January 25 I believe the diagrams for 1 John 1:1 and 1:3 have errors. In 1:1, the accusative neuter article is diagrammed as the subject of every clause in the verse, when it is in fact the subject only of the very first clause (the nominative of the being verb). The rest of the instances it stands in the accusative, while the subject is either an understood first person plural pronoun or explicitly "our hands." In v. 3 the same problem occurs with the relative clause "what we have seen and heard." The article once again should be in the accusative case and a relative pronoun functioning as the direct object of the verbs, while the subject of the verbs is a first person plural understood pronoun. If I am in error about the syntax, let me know. I would be interested to hear why the Accordance diagram is correct, if it is, in fact, correct. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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