The New Testament in the Original Greek, with Notes and Introductions by C. Wordsworth

The New Testament in the Original Greek, with Notes and Introductions by C. Wordsworth

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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. 1860 edition. Excerpt: ...v. 16; avfa-irdffOn, xi. 10) into heaven, showing that all are designed by God to be inheritors of heaven, all are Sexto! 0p in Christ (x. 34, 35). This act of drawing up also shows, that after the pilgrimage of the Church Militant on earth, it will be received up and glorified in heaven. "Post hujus sseculi conversationem, quil per Fidem et Baptismum mundata perearinatur Ecclesia, coelestis habitatio felix et seterna sequitur." (Bede.) Compare Rev. xxi. 2, where the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, the Church glorified, is seen coming down from heaven. 13. $vaov xal ipdye slay and eat. The act of eating is here represented as figurative of receiving into communion or incorporation: The prophet Ezekiel (iii. 1) and St. John (Rev. x. 9) are commanded to eat a roll or book, in order to receive its spirit and its words into themselves. So Peter is commanded to eat these animals, in order that he may know that the Gentiles are to be incorporated through his ministrv into the Church, or body of Christ; "Occide et manduca, ut interficiatur in iis vita prseterita et transeant in corpus tuum, tanquam in novam vitam societatis Ecclesiaj; ut tanquam mundus cibus incorporentur Ecclesios," S. Aug. Serm. 149. "Occide in gentibus quod erant, et fac quod es," Bede. Here then " Petrus figuram gestat Ecclesia;," and according to Christ's promise (Matt. xvi. 19) he is to be Christ's agent in N opening the door of the Church, or Kingdom of Heaven, to all Nations by the Keys of the Word and Sacraments. He i9 to be Christ's instrument for incorporating the Gentiles in the Church by communion with them. 14. ouBeVoTe--ttav Koiviv On the Hebraism ov iraj = none, see Matt. xxiv. 22. On the Levitical distinction between clean more

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  • Paperback | 180 pages
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  • English
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