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At other times you extend them , without giving us any notice , to nouns which are
mere names of things , without any reference whatever to persons , such as
apvos , Bpwors ... Now , to express , is one thing , and to relate to , quite another .
thing more of its nature than you appear to do at present . In the expression , ο
θεος και πατηρ τε κυρια ημων , ( 2 Cor . i . 3. ) which is the general representative
of all the rest , walne , having no article prefixed to it , should , according to the ...
Or if both the nouns be unequivocally descriptive epithets ( which is not the case
if geos be one of them ) , then one of them is left destitute of any thing to which it
can be referred ( and as an epithet it must be referred to something ) , except the
Whenever , " says he , “ the revelation of a thing so highly interesting , and un“
expected , as this must have been , had been made to the disciples of our Lord ,
their wonder and surprize must have been “ such , as we should have found
IF it be objected to any of these proofs , that they involve a contradiction in them ,
and attempt to establish an absurdity ; I have to reply , that the thing is a mystery ,
and is not to be judged of by human reason . How many things are there on ...
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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.