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You also produce no small confusion , by making the very same words
sometimes proper names , and at other times not proper names . Thus , in page
19 , you make Jesus Christ a proper name ; but , in page 30 , you make both
Christ and ...
even this is no ground for a general limitation , or for making a difference
between proper names , and all nouns descriptive of office , dignity , & c . : for of
these latter , there are many which express diversity as strongly and as
necessarily as ...
19 ) , that you consider it as a proper name , and have distinguished it from a
descriptive - noun . In page 18 , you consider an example in which we find one , if
not two , proper names , viz . Devil and Satan ( Rev. xx . 2. ) , as one that would ...
Here we must observe , that Xpisos is not a proper name , but an epithet . * This
you allow , calling it ( p . 30 ) a ' substantive ' ( though , by the bye , it is an
adjective ) of personal description ; ' and this your limitations oblige you to allow ,
or you ...
name . which the word presents itself , is that of a proper And there is nothing to
prevent us from taking it in that its primary sense . ( See what I have said upon Tit
. ii . 13. ) The sentence , therefore , contains two proper names , of which the first
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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.