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According to the grace of “ According to the grace of our God , and the lord Jesus
Jesus Christ , our God & Lord . " Christ . ” 2 Thess . i . 12 . ( Contents and Rem . p
. 37. ) In the original the apostle Paul here declares the God of us to be Lord of ...
... and our saviour Jesus of Jesus Christ , our God and Christ . ” 2 Pet : i . l .
Saviour . " ( Contents , and Rem . p . 46. ) : In the original it is here declared by
another apostle , that the God of us is the SAVIOUR of Jesus Christ . See p . 98-
100 of ...
But no accurate and exact , writer , who meaned that either of these things should
be done , would have given to the words Jesus Christ , or to the pronoun , their
present situations . Upon this text , the ideal painter tells you ( p . 39 ) , he has not
But I take that person to be , not Jesus Christ , but the God and father of Jesus
Christ . My reasons for thus understanding the text are as follows . The most
obvious way of explaining Jer without the article , is to consider it as a proper
1 , should be rendered ; “ according to ( not by ) the command« ment of God ,
saviour of us , and lord of Jesus Christ . ” So Tit . i . 4 , “ from God , father and lord
of Jesus Christ ; " and 2 Cor . i . 2 , " from God , father of us , and lord of Jesus
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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.