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Afrrds SouXoi rou ol Used used as emphatic pronoun. 0eo0 2 as opposed to unreal. 85 sq. in J. meaning See Gram. , p. cxl. as unemphatic pronoun, being used as emphatic. a of the 0") 7 8 io7 title 1 highest honour : cf. I 2 II I9 . , or all nations, including the =" = ? i. i. " etfyos (5) only used of Jewish nation. ). 9 9 'lovScwos, 2 3 used in a good sense. /td>juos=the created world, 8 I7 . Xa6s = Gentiles generally, but u 15 13* = Chris- Used over 70 times, and in a bad sense. = the world of man (frequently, and often in a bad sense).

That it was a John who wrote the Apocalypse he admitted, but this John did not claim to be the beloved disciple of the Lord, nor the one who leaned on His breast, nor the brother of James, (b) There is large body of expressions of the same complexion and character common to the Gospel and i J, but wholly absent from J ap " " JLndeed^the latter does not contain a syllable in common with a . the two former works, i J differs from that of (c) J ap . The phraseology of the Gospel and The former are written in irrepre- hensible Greek (aTrratVrois), and it would be difficult to discover in them any barbarism or solecism or idiotism (tSiomcr/xov).

YpdcjxDv, and in J ap i 5 I3 but not in J. But the usage is not really the same in 2 J 5 and J ap In the latter o>s conveys the idea of likeness, whereas in 2 J 5 it implies a purpose. The Hebraism in 2 J 2 Sta rfy oX^Oaav rrjv ^vo-uo-av = " which abideth in us and shall be fjiuv Kal /xe# V/AW fcrrai ( with us ") is of frequent occurrence in J ap But it occurs probably some important Johannine problems. w s . /3

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