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TEXTS , OR SAMPLES , Of Mr. Sharp's ' new ' mode of correcting , or corrupting ,
the common english version of the New Testament . COMMON VERSION .
CORRUPTED Version . Unaccommodated . “ In the kingdom of Christ , “ In the ...
Sharp , Wordsworth , and Burgess , amply detected , and the common version of
that part of the verse which is here quoted , established , in page 86–97 of the
following letters . In the former part of the verse , the words the glorious appearing
That God is LORD of Jesus as much as of any other mere man , is also declared
in many other places of the original , where it does not appear in “ the common
english version , and more particularly in the apostolical salutations . See several
... any other mystery ? No. Does he correct , or corrupt , the common english
version of this part ? No. Why then , in the name of Common Sen - No , not of
Common Sense ; for we are now so far advanced within the pale of a universal
hub ( xxi )
... be explained so differently from all other books , I do not see why it may not be
read differently from all other books . If common sense is to be wholly laid aside
in expounding it , why may we not as well lay aside common sense in reading it ?
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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.