Does Paul Use The Aorist Subjunctive In A Didactic Context? While most of the attention has been on 1 Corinthians 15:49 (See the previous article, nicknamed the Obituary). The best MSS all carry the “Omega” (long o) in phoreomen making it aorist subjunctive, and thus to be rendered as hortatory. According to Ray Summers, “The hortatory subjunctive is the use of the first person plural to exhort others to join us in an action. "elthomen eis ton ikon," “Let us go into the house”. This is exactly the form found in 1 Corinthians 15:49. It is aor. 1, subj. 1st per. pl. ...
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