CLF 19/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 19 in chapter 18 we looked at the power of pronouns in understanding complex verses in the book of Hebrews. Compound Relative Pronouns Complications caused by Compound Relative Pronouns Whosoever and Whomsoever are compound relative pronouns – no matter who – anybody at all… Read More »

CLF 18/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 18 in chapter 17 we saw how restricting Word definition choices help to intensify focus Solving a Disputed Text Understanding the KJV’s grammar – especially its use of precise pronouns – sorts out many allegedly difficult texts. An example is found in Hebrews 6:6… Read More »

CLF 17/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 17 in chapter 16 we looked at punctuation and started to look at the use of “shall” and “will” Will and Shall Continued A few considerations about “will” The King James Bible has some surprising ways in which variations of this word are used… Read More »

CLF 16/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 16 in chapter 15 we continued to look at punctuation including italics and parenthesis. Here is a long parenthesis section This Passage in Romans is a good example of the use of parenthesis. Several verses are enclosed in parenthesis in this passage to highlight… Read More »