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has made use of two MSS . of Chrysostom , one of Theophylact , and one of
Oecumenius , on this Epistle , and he does not say that any one of them omits the
xuplov . Also the manuscript of St. Paul's Epistles , in the library of the University
do not occur a second time , ( unless I have sought in vain ) in Oecumenius , nor
more than once , if once , in those works of Theophylact which I have mentioned ;
and even for Chrysostom , though it is a hard thing to speak safely of four words ...
The first example is to be found in page 51 , of your correspondent's letters , and
is taken from Chrysostom's homily on 1 Tim . v . 21. where that , father clearly
understands the words satriak . TE DEX XX1 xupie nuwr Inge of two different ...
And thus when Chrysostom talks of father and son , he may only mean one and
the same person all the while . A staunch trinitarian is like Tom Jenkins in the
under - plot of Mr. Puff's tragedy in the farce of the Critic . He can find father ,
In the first of these , which your correspondent pronounces ' sufficiently express , '
there is nothing express , except that Chrysostom means to apply the text to the
proof of Christ's divinity . It does not at all appear in what way he means to apply ...
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Related Subjects: Greek language, Biblical -- Article. | Sharp, Granville, -- 1735-1813. -- Remarks on the uses of the definitive article in the Greek text of the New Testament.