Brief Notes on the Greek of the New Testament

Brief Notes on the Greek of the New Testament

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1864 edition. Excerpt: ... so. See Scholefield. 13. 'In.' Rather, 'Into.' 18. 'Preaching.' Lit. 'Word.' 19. ' Prudent.' Rather, ' Understanding ones ' (with the Five Clergymen), ' to preserve the repetition of the same word in the original.' 21. ' Preaching.' ' The preaching '--the message of the gospel. 26. ' Ye see.' ' Consider, '-Imp. mood. Five Clerg. CHAPTER II. 5. Stand. Lit. 'Be.' 'Consist in.' 14. ' Discerned.' Either the word 'judgeth' should be used, or the verb 'discern' repeated twice instead of 'judgeth ' in the next verse. The Gr. is the same throughout. 15. 'Judgeth.' See on v. 14. CHAPTER III. 12. 'Now.' Rather, ' But.' ' The common translation, whatever may have been the reason for adopting it, injures the perspicuity of the argument, which requires an opposition between this verse and the preceding.'--Scholefield. 15. 'Burned.' ' Burnt up, ' according to prep. ' By fire.' Rather, ' Through fire, ' having placed himself in a state of jeopardy which he has scarcely escaped. 17. 'Defile.' Marginal reading, 'Destroy, ' is the correct one. Same Gr. word as that for 'Destroy, ' immediately following.' " See Trench, Auth. Vers. p. 93. According to Bengel, the 'ye' of v. 16 means the whole body of the Church (vos universi); and the 'destruction ' of v. 17 means, by their schisms, &c. (per schismata, ex mundi sapientia). CHAPTER IV. 3. 'Judgment.' The Gr. is 'day, ' more

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