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... never be sufficiently lamented in the christian world , that in direct violation of
the repeated declarations of our meek and humble master , so many of his
disciples should still contend , and , in some cases , contend with much
unchristian vio ...
... though no article is expressed before the second noun , the reader will be so
far from finding himself obliged to refer them both to the same subject , as you
contend , that he cannot possibly do so until he pay as little regard to common
... in the form of expression we are considering , it were a matter of perfect
indifference , and no opponent of your rule will require or contend for any thing
more , whether , when the two nouns relate to different persons , the article were
or were ...
The probability is , that he means to argue from it in the same way as Cyril and
the rest of his fraternity , the greek and latin fathers , that is , to contend that Christ
is a divine being , because Paul has here said that Christ's kingdom of authority
This you are so well aware of , as appears plainly from what you say in page 19 ,
that you are forced to contend for a transposition of the proper name Jesus Christ
. And in this transposition we have another accommodation that convicts your ...
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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.