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But I have resolved to keep as clear as possible from all the other arguments
which may be , or ever have been urged in behalf of either interpretation of the
text ; and to confine myself strictly to my own proper object .--Wherefore , my
motive in ...
The argument is thus : Κατα την επιφανειαν του Θεου . - JWho ever heard of
επιφανεια applied to the Father ? And then , to overwhelm the Arian with ten - fold
confusion , it is , την επιφανειαν του μεγαλου Θεου- the Son is called the Great
I am , however , aware of the prudential protest entered by the author against this
conclusion being drawn from his general argument . « Certain however it “ is , ”
says he , “ that the whole argument for the divine unity “ goes no further than to ...
Looking upon myself , therefore , as quite at liberty , in arguing against your rule ,
to disregard limitations which I have shewn to be destitute of all foundation , and
which you yourself have disregarded in your attempts to establish your rule , I ...
Jerome admitted the mode of arguing , but denied that the contradictions existed .
... For their several arguments , see Rufinus's Apology for Origen , in two pieces
published in 5th volume of the Benedictine edition of Jerome's works , 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.