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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. 1865 Excerpt: ...by Meyer, who observes that ArWfw always in the N. T. (even in Eph. ii. 10, 15, iv. 24) implies the bringing into existence, spiritually or otherwise, of what before was not. For an exposition of this important text see Cone. Antioch. ap. Eouth, Reliq. Sacr. Vol. It. p. 468, referred to by Wordsw. in loc. rd iravTo 'all things that exist'--more specifically defined, first in regard of place, secondly in regard of nature and essential characteristics. On the use of the art. ('das All'), see Winer, Gr. §: 18. 8, p. 105. To iv Tots oip. K.t.x. 'the things in the heaven, and the things on the earth:' not in reference merely to intelligent beings (Huth.), nor to the exclusion of things under the earth (Phil. ii. 10), but, as in Eph. i. 10 (see notes), with the fullest amplitude,--'all things and beings whatsoever and wheresoever:' 'hac distributione universam creaturam complectitur,' Daven. The following clauses carry out the universality of the reference, by specifying the two classes of things, the visible and material, and the invisible and spiritual,--which latter class is still further specified by disjunctive enumerations. The reading is doubtful. The T4 before (v rots oip. is omitted by Lachm. with BDGK': 2 mss.:--but retained by Tisch. with A(C Tore)D3(?E)KLK4: most mss.: Gk.Ff. As the external authority is of importance, and the probability of omission owing to the To in the ndina that precedes not small (see Meyer, crit. note), we still retain, though not with full confidence, the reading of ed. 1 and ed. 2. rd opard Kal rd ddp. 'the things visible and the things invisible:' amplification--not exclusively of the former (dtSdo-Kei aatjrepov riva. Kaei odpdpia elre opara as sun, moon, and stars etre aopara, Theod.), or exclusively of the latter membe...
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