So, I'm trying to understand how to look at a syntax module and create searchs from the top down.
I'm in Romans 8:10. I've created a Range of just Romans 8:10. I want to see if there are other places were the syntax is similar.
So we have an independant clause (marked with the N). Then the next level is a Predicate phrase (marked with P). The next level is a adjunct phrase (I think it's a phrase...still not sure how to determine whether it's an adjunct phrase or clause sometimes) (marked with A).
I'll show what I've created thus far:
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I ran the search with this, εἰ is highlighted along with διὰ ἁμαρτίαν and διὰ δικαιοσύην. I see at the lower level this search is correct.
The issue I'm seeing (or at least I don't understand) is why Χριστὸς (null) ὲν ὑμῖν isn't highlighted or coming up?
I was ultimately trying to search to see if there was any similar structures to this that have Χριστὸς as the subject as this case. But, this search hasn't been working on this as I was hoping.
Some help here would be great. Thanks!