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And then follows the text , in which it appears that the word Christ was taken by
Cyril as a proper name , a sense which was fully established in that father's days
by the usage of the church , though but little countenanced by the scriptures , and
And this sense of the words would so readily and naturally present itself to every
reader , upon the supposition of Jeos being an appellative , or , as you term it , a
noun of personal description , that every writer who had any pretensions to ...
But I think there is not more than one out of the whole , in which that appellation
appears to be fairly and fully , not in the way of inference , but directly , given to
Jesus . I am not now speaking of the sense in which that term is applied to him ,
Afterwards it was used in the sense of person , to denote an individual ; as when
we say , John is one person , and Peter another person . In this way Basil uses it ,
and he seems to have been one of the first writers who so used it . See Epist .
In these two places , the title being accompanied with prayer , shews it to be used
in the highest sense . Numb . xi . 28. Here the sense of the words ; my Lord
Moses forbid “ them ” is fixed , not only by their being used in supplication , but by
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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.