Critical and Exegetical Hand-Book to the New Testament Volume 3

Critical and Exegetical Hand-Book to the New Testament Volume 3

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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. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ...with negations (usually, too, without the article): not at all, not in the least; "cum negatione pracfracte negamlo servit," Ellendt, Lex. Soph. I.e. 'Under this head belongs also the view taken by Grotlus (which is substantially adopted by Lange): "Primum (In the first instance) hoc sum, quod et dico vobit, hoc ipsum quod me hoc ipso tempore esse dlxi, i.e. lux mundi." As thougli we read; wpmrow fiiv o, Ti xaX Aey- butv. In the same way as Grotlus, has Calov. also explained It, taking, however, Tiji apxvv in the sense of omnino, plane (consequently like Winer). docs not mean "above all things," cither in Xcn. Cyr. i. 2, 3 (rfpi apxvv TmovToi, at the very outset not such, i.e. not such at all, omnino non tales), or in Herod, i. 9, where also, as frequently in Herodotus, it denotes omnino.1 And how entirely without any reference would be the words antcomniu(surt;y some, sort of posterius would need to be supplied in thought). Bruckner has rightly, therefore, rejected the "aliove all things'1 in de Wcttcs rendering, t hough regarding it otherwise as the correct one, and keeping to the interpre-J tation "from the very first " in its temporal sense. One cannot, however, sec what is really intended by the words "from the very first, I am, etc.," especially as placed in such an emphatic position at the commencement of the clause. For Jesus had neither occasion nor ground for giving the assurance that He had been from His earliest appearance, and still teas, such as He declared Himself to be in His discourses, and thus perchance had not since become different. (3) " Undoubtedly (nothing else) am I xcluxt I also say to you." So Kuinocl;--a view which assigns an incorrect meaning to...show more

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  • Paperback | 312 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 558g
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  • English
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  • 1236506111
  • 9781236506115