A Critical and Grammatical Commentary on St. Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians

A Critical and Grammatical Commentary on St. Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians

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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. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...and Hort, on preponderant (indent authority; the internal arguments being also on the same side: Rec. prefixes is; Lachm. includes it in brackets. The rd before wirra Rec.) is rejected by Lachm., Tisch., Treg., Rev., Westc. and Hort, on greatly preponderating authority. 23. - vto So Lachm., Tisch., Treg., Rev., Westc. and Hort, on very greatly preponderating authority: Rec, Tocto. for the time he had to do: see Neander in loc, whose comments on this clause are just and suggestive. lva irdvrws Tivos a-uxru 'that by all means I may save some: ' by every manner that from time to time might be available; 'omni quovis modo, ' Grimm. The meaning 'utique, ' 'profecto' (comp. Chrys., De Wette), is lexically admissible, but less in harmony with the tenor of the context. It will be observed that in thus closing the noble utterance the Apostle passes from the KtpHiatu of preceding clauses to the definite and unmistakable oiaav of the present; comp. Calvin in loc. 23. irdvTa 8i irouu K.t.x. 'But all things I do for the Gospel's sake;' closing statement by means of the partially adjunctive and partially contrastive Si, the primary contrastive force of the particle (see Kiihner, Cr. 526. 2) being traceable in the implied statement, that not only in reference to what was specified, but in all matters, there was only one principle of action, --Sta To tvayyikiov: 'hactenus ostendit Apostolus, tanto studio se laborasse in Evangelio propter aliorum salutem: nunc declarat se id faciendo etiam suam ipsius salutem spectasse, ' Estius; see Klotz, Dinar. Vol. II. p. 361 sq., and comp. notes on ch. viii. 8. It was SiA T! cvayyiKwv, 'propter Evangelium, ' Vulg., a pregnant expression more fully explained in the following clause. tva o-vyxoivuvbs K.T.X. 'in...show more

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