Analecta Theologica; A Critical, Philological, & Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament Adapted to the Greek Text Comp. & Digested from the Most a

Analecta Theologica; A Critical, Philological, & Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament Adapted to the Greek Text Comp. & Digested from the Most a

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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. 1842 edition. Excerpt: ...that of aSKtoc, its derivative, which is properly applied to the dross in metals, (Isaiah i. 22. LXX.) and thence denotes generally, in a passive sense, disapproved, rejected; and actively, as in this place, undiscerning, injudicious. Compare 2 Tim. iii. 8. Tit. i. 16. The E. T. always translates the word reprobate, except in 1 Cor. ix. 27. but that it is never employed in the Calvinistic sense is evident from its very derivation, which has reference to a trial; and the idea of a trial, where the result is inevitable, is manifestly absurd. Krebs, Macknight, Pearson, Wells, Locke, &c. There is a remarkablemeiosisin ra Ka6iKovra, vfith which compare2Mace. vi. 4. Ephes.v. 11. and atticia ipya in Horn. II. X. 395. et passim. Doddridge. In v. 29. most MSS. omit either-rropvd or novipitx. The latter agrees best with the context, in which the several sins enumerated indicate malevolence rather than lust; and the former clearly arose from the similarity of letters. Kopfe, Griesbach. The noun Kokio, malice, is distinct from KaKoi'iOaa, which indicates the temper which puts the worst construction on every thing. Arist. Rhet. II. tori yap Ktuco/jSaa To iir To tipov viroXaufiavuv awavra. According to the accentuation, Otoarv?/rje (v. 30.) denotes hated of God, or hated by God; but the brmer sense is here clearly requisite. Wetstein, Schlf.usner. Some refer aoropyovg (v. 31.) to the stoical indifference to the parental and filial duties; but it alludes perhaps to the practice, which prevailed universally among the Heathens, of exposing their children, which in many states was sanctioned by law. Doddridge, Grotius, Rosenmuli.er.--macknight. In v. 32. SiKattofia signifies an ordinance, or precept, as in Rom. ii. 26. viii. 4. See on Luke i. 6. Sometimes it..show more

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