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This rule is very loosely worded , nothing being specified , or settled , as to the
omission or insertion of either article or copulative . All Mr. Sharp's examples of
this rule , given in page 11 of his Remarks , are without both . 5. If there be no
But I think there is not more than one out of the whole , in which that appellation
appears to be fairly and fully , not in the way of inference , but directly , given to
Jesus . I am not now speaking of the sense in which that term is applied to him ,
... harsh and unnatural in themselves , than those given of the same passages by
the Unitarians . Was ever any interpretation in this world half so harsh and unna .
tural , for instance , as that commonly given of the beginning of John's Gospel ?
... that Rousseau , who doubted at least , if he did not deny , the existence of all
revelation whatever , believed Jesus to be really Jehovah , because he has said
in that fine drawn character which he has given of our Saviour , in the fourth book
1691 , & c . that there is not a text of any consequence in the controversy , but
what has been given up by some or other of the principal critics among the
Trinitarians ; so that among them they have given away the victory to their
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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.