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ing must have - waded through , he too had never met with such a phrase as : the
father , son , and holy ghost ? Such ugly questions as these , however , though
they could not fail , as long as the inquiry was confined to the english language ...
never , that I can find , dreamt of casing themselves in grammatical buckram suits
? What indeed ! but what we find ? viz . that though much learning never made
the most learned of them mad , nor kept him from speaking forth the words of truth
negative ; a thing which , as has been often remark : ed , can never be proved ,
and which it requires not merely half a dozen examples taken , like your's , from a
single volume , nor half a dozen ambiguous texts expounded , like those in your ...
Were we to suppose , therefore , that the sacred writers meaned to say that Jesus
was a deity , it is certain that they could never mean to say that he was a deity of
the greatest kind . They knew nothing of the miserable distinctions which were ...
Surely , Sir , you , and your orthodox brethren , can never allow yourselves to
reflect seriously and deliberately upon the magnitude of the point to be proved ,
or you never would be the dupes of such frivolous reasoning . When I compare
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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.