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I resisted for a time , urging , that neither your , nor your correspondent's pieces , (
you'll excuse me ) were originally worth writing about ; and that mine , when
printed , would not be worth reading : but no , nothing would satisfy him , but that
The first example is to be found in page 51 , of your correspondent's letters , and
is taken from Chrysostom's homily on 1 Tim . v . 21. where that , father clearly
understands the words satriak . TE DEX XX1 xupie nuwr Inge of two different ...
Your correspondent has collected from the fathers twenty - one greek passages ,
in which this text is quoted . Of these he tells you , that twelve determine nothing
with respect to its meaning : but still be is determined that you shall have not only
... and as I have before pointed out enough of your correspondent's
misapplication of his authorities , in his former letters . Indeed , if I had not , the
labour would be a work of supererogation ; because , if all the rubbish which he
has scraped up ...
What your correspondent says ( p . 19 ) , of Ambrose , * and some others of the
antient fathers , he * You will , perhaps , think it rather hard , that Ambrose should
be singled out to bear the blame of the whole crews when I tell you that he has ...
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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.