Galatians, Ephesians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians Volume 1

Galatians, Ephesians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians Volume 1

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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. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...the consequent clause, without being dependent or explanatory, still practically supplies the defining gen.: St. Paul' pauses on the word Styos, and then, perhaps feeling it the most appropriate characteristic of Christ's love, he appends, without finishing the construction, a parallel thought which hints at the same conception (inrep&AWovaaii), and suggests the required genitive. The order /3t&os K. Ifyos, has only the support of AEX; most mss.; Syr.-Phil.; Orig., Chrys., Theod., al. (7YscA., Meyer, Alf.); but is appy. rightly maintained, even in opp. to BCDEFG; mss.; Vulg., Clarora., Syr., Goth., Copt.; Ath., Maced. (Iiec., Lachm.) which adopt the more natural, and for this very reason, the more suspicious order. 19. yv&vat re 'and to know;' supplemental clause to KaTaAaeVdai K. T. A., the former referring to the comprehensive knowledge of essentials (Olsh.), the latter further specifying the practical knowledge arising from religious experience. It may be remarked, that though the union of sentences by it is characteristic of later Greek, (Bernhardy, Synt. xx17, p. 483), it is comparatively rare in the Gospels. In the Epistles, but most Xovcrav T yvuxrew; cuydmjv rov To ifKypoofia rov Oeov. especially in the Acts, it is of more common occurrence. Te is to be distinguished from Koi as being adjunctive rather than conjunctive; like 'que, ' it appends to the foregoing clause (which is to be conceived as having a separate and independent existence, Jelf, Gr. 754. 6), an additional, and, very frequently, a new thought;--a thought which, though not necessary to (Hcrm. Viger, No. 315), is yet often supplemental to, and partially involved in the first clause; comp. Acts ii. 23, Heb. i. 3, and see Winer, Gr. 57. 3, p. 517...show more

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