Gnomon of the New Testament Volume 3

Gnomon of the New Testament Volume 3

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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. 1860 edition. Excerpt: ...foundation) The foundation is the first beginning.--aXXog) another, whoever he is. He elegantly avoids mentioning the proper name. The predecessor does not see his successor, and Paul has regard to the dignity of Apollos; so immediately after, every man; for there were also others, iv. 15.--/3Xtcsru, let him see take heed) I, says Paul, have done my part; let them see to theirs, who follow me in this work.--s, a/) how, how far wisely, how far in builder-Mke style. 11. Tap, for) The reason, why he says so deliberately, builds thereon.--ol, dug, no man) not even Apollos.--hTvai, lay) at Corinth, and wherever Christ was made known.--'iiiitodg Xpierbg, Jesus Christ) each name here is properly placed. 12. El) whether But Engl. Ver. if. Comp. of what sort, ver. 13. There is an indirect question, which does not require the mark of interrogation. In ver. 13, there is the apodosis, whether ti be taken as an interrogative, or means if.--yjpveiv, gold) He enumerates three kinds of things, which bear fire; as many, which are consumed by it; the former denote men that are true believers; the latter, hypocrites: Moreover, the abstract is included in the concrete, so that on the one hand true and solid doctrines, or, on the other hand, false and worthless doctrines are denoted together; in both cases, doctrines either of greater or less importance. Even a grain of gold is gold: even the lightest straw feeds the fire.--Xihvg ripioug, precious stones) This does not apply to small gems, but to noble stones, as marble, etc.--guXix, wood) In the world, ma/iy buildings are fitly conbeginnings of Sections, or in adorning and amplifying weighty arguments.--Append.--T. 1 Which is the force of the article, Tii// jgafw Tii loltlcar.--Ed. structed of wood; but not so...show more

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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 299g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236943074
  • 9781236943071