Explore Scripture’s underlying meaning: discover where people, places, and things occur in a clause both grammatically and semantically.
The Clause Participants section classifies people, places, and things by how they relate to the action of the clause—not just its sentence structure. Discover where people, places, and things occur in a clause both grammatically and semantically.
For example, when you look up “to heal,” you’ll find everyone who participated in the healing, including subjects and objects. If you search this verb associated with Peter, you’ll see when Peter was healed and when Peter did heal—revealing passages when he was both the subject and object.
This new tool also includes referent tagging, so you can find instances where a particular verb appears with a specific subject, even when that subject is only referred to as a pronoun, not explicitly named.