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Christ as if the words should have been rendered , The appear . ing of our great
God and Saviour , Jesus Christ . Which construction , the words will indeed
grammatically bear ; as do also those in 2 Pet . i . 1. But it is much more
That our translators understood this form of expression as nothing more than an
ellipsis , appears evidently from their occasional insertion of the article before the
second noun , in their version , when it is omitted in the original . Thus in 2 Cor . i
... and trained from infancy to look askew at it , appears just as broad as it is long ,
though when it is squinted at , through a theological magnifying glass , such as
you make use of to turn points of separation into'lines of connection , ' ( p.48 . ) ...
ness and violence of your interpretation , and is therefore much preferable to
yours : though in what sense exactly the translators understood the words does
not appear from their naked and literal version . The true way of construing the ...
That Christ is equivalent to king , appears from Mark xv . 32 , Luke xxiii . 2 ,
among other passages , and also from Lactantius , Institut . lib . iv . cap . vii .
Christus cupatio potestatis et regni ; sic enim Judæi reges suos appellabant . Vol
. i . p .
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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.