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... in my former letter , I would inquire into , Now , Sir , as you have not told us
what there is either in the nature of language in general , or of the greek in
particular , or what there is in the nature of things , that should make such nouns
as are not ...
... nature and essence : for the sacred writers had no more idea , in any part of
their writings , of saying any thing about the nature of Jesus , than they had of
saying any thing about their own natures . But , even in a metaphorical sense ,
the title ...
mean no more than to call Jesus the great being God , God who is great ; which ,
in whatever way we understand the word God , whether as spoken
metaphysically of the nature of Jesus , or metaphorically of his virtues , would
amount to ...
That doctrine which makes man to be God , nay more , both god and man at the
same time , is so contradictory , I do not say to the probabilities , but to every thing
we know of the possibilities of reason and nature , and , in addition to this , so at ...
He relates in his divine nature , what he undergoes in his human nature . ...
natures in Moses contending with each other : the one , the divine , which was
heavenly , spiritual , angelic ; the other , the human , which was “ earthly , “
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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.