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Thus , to go no farther than the very words which I have quoted “ secundum
imperium Dei ; ” the Greek word here is ETLICYW ; and an exact writer would
therefore hardly quote this passage as a direct example of his imperium . ” Again
; in the ...
The last Greek authority , which I have met with , is that of Euthymius Zigabenus ;
who has transcribed into his Panoplia Dogmatica , the passage which we have
given above ( No. 15 ) from Cyrillus Alexandrinus . It may be found fol . 62 B. of ...
Of the former kind examples may be found in the passages in Nos . 8 , 23 , and
34 , above . ... learned ages of : the Church , the interpretation of this passage
was allowed , without demur , by the heretics . How , we may ask , can this be ...
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 thus it is perfectly doubtful how Theodoret understood the text , and
consequently the passage is neutral . ... ever , after observing that some of those
passages which he reckons as indeterminate , make against you ; as , for
instance , No.
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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.