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The Latins , if they confined themselves solely to their own text ( and it is a known
fact , that few of them could pass beyond it ) must , from the natural order of the
words almost necessarily have been led to that interpretation which we find they
If we come lower down , we shall find , that these Latin notions began gradually
still more to prevail , and therefore some writers , to secure the old interpretation ,
leave out the et after “ magni Dei , ” and write the passage thus— “ magni Dei ...
Among all the nine , there is not one clear testimony for your interpretation .
Seven of them are clearly against you . And of the other two , the most that can be
said for you is , that they are neutral , or as your correspondent might choose to ...
... than Euthymius Zigabenus the monk , in his panoply against all heresies , and
the renowned Balthasar Corderius , the Jesuit , tells us , that your interpretation of
this important text , the exegetic history and fortunes of which , he • has traced ...
1740 . the Unitarian interpretations hitherto given of this introduction to John's
gospel , it has been said that they are harsh , forced and unnatural . Perhaps they
may be so ; but certainly not in an equal degree with the orthodox . interpretation .
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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.