Additional Annotations on the New Testament Being a Supplemental Volume to the Greek Testament; With English Notes

Additional Annotations on the New Testament Being a Supplemental Volume to the Greek Testament; With English Notes

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1850 edition. Excerpt: ...of the Holy Ghost, is hence fully proved, and thus the doctrine of the Trinity in Unity firmly established. u 4 ivepyuv Ta irdvra iv w. I would render, with Hamm. and Whitby, 'who worketh them all in all, ' as understanding iv wativ, not, with Heidenr., of things (namely, iwicoviaic), or as though travra iv iraoi simply stood for SXwc (by which the sense would be not a little weakened), but of persons, namely the persons in question, meaning (as Theophyl. says) roif wioroic, true Christians, ' those who have the Spirit, and his influences and gifts.' I doubt not that the ancient translators, though they followed closely the original, and so preserve its uncertainty, understood nam of persons. And so Beta, Pise, Calv., Grot, (who follows closely Theophyl.), Estius (after T. Aquinas), and Bp. Pearce. By Abp. Newc, Doddr., and Sclatcr, however, it is explained to mean ' alt persons in whom are the above faculties, ' which sense is certainly implied. 13. Kox yap Iv ivl Tlv., &c Render, ' For through the operation of one Spirit we all have been baptized into, or unto, one body, ' i. e. so as to form one body. On the sense intended in this verse, I am still of the same opinion as formerly, and see no good reason to desert the ancient and generally received interpretation. By so doing we become involved in a maze of discordant interpretation, all liable to more or less of serious objection, and requiring us to cancel the tic before Hvtvpa, which word, indeed, is in a few ancient MSS. and some Versions and Fathers not found, and has been removed from the text by Lachm. and Tisch., yet not on just critical grounds, though indeed, were the word away, that circumstance would not weaken the evidence existing for the common interpretation. And as to more

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  • Paperback | 382 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236507711
  • 9781236507716