The Greek Testament; With a Critically Revised Text

The Greek Testament; With a Critically Revised Text : A Digest of Various Readings: Marginal References to Verbal and Idiomatic Usage: Prolegomena: And a Critical and Exegetical Commentary. for the Use of Theological Volume 4, PT. 1

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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. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...is nigh Unto (see ref. and note) vanishing away (els atyavicrphv itvai or yeveaBai is a com-mon phrase with the LXX. See reff., and 3 Kings ix. 7: 4 Kings xxii. 19 &c., in Trommius. The Writer uses the expres-. sion of the whole time subsequent to the utterance of the prophecy. At that time the iroAalWij began, by the mention of a new covenant: and from that time the first covenant might be regarded as ever dwindling away, so to speak, and near its end, which God might bring on at any time. It is far better to regard the lyyvs aavicr(jLOv thus, than, with some, to place it at the time of the Writer, when in fact it had already taken place). Chap. IX. 1. The chief train of thought y. C and argument, although in the main forwarded, has been for the present somewhat broken, by the long citation in the last chapter. It is now resumed. Christ is the High Priest of a heavenly tabernacle, the Mediator of a covenant established upon better promises. This latter has been shewn out of Scripture: and it has been proved that the old covenant was by that Scripture pronounced to be transitory and near its end. As such, it is now compared in detail with this second and better one, as to its liturgical apparatus, and proffered means of access to God. These are detailed somewhat minutely, mention being b = ch.viii.2 To re b ar/iov c KOtTfUKOV. xnviii. 23 29. c Tit ii. 12 only t. (see note.) 2. itciTfo-Kei/affTai 17. even made of some which are not insisted on, nor their symbolism explained: and the main point of comparison, the access into the holiest place, is hastened on. In this particular especially the infinite superiority of the new covenant is insisted on: and the whole access of Christ into God's presence for us is elaborately contrasted with...show more

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