D. Joh. Alberti Bengelii Gnomon Novi Testamenti: in quo ex nativa verborum vi simplicitas, profunditas, concinnitas, salubritas sensuum coelestium indicatur, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Williams & Norgate, et D. Nutt, 1862 - Bible - 1106 pages
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Page 520 - Bengjel, induit Christum Adamum secundum; in Christum, inquam, totum, adeoque etiam in mortem ejus baptizatur: et perinde est, ас si eo momento Christus pro tali homme, et talis homo cum Christo pateretur, moreretur, sepeliretur.
Page xxii - Omnes mundanas in stilo curiae elegantias longissime superai divinus sermo, Deus, non ut homo, sed ut Deus, verba facit, se ipso digna.
Page 384 - ... tarn Latino, quam Graeco didicere sermone, de quibus Oppianus Cilix est, poeta doctissimus,] centum quinquaginta tria esse genera piscium quae omnia capta sunt ab apostolis, et nihil remansit incaptum, dum et nobiles et ignobiles, divites et pauperes, et omne genus hominum de mari hujus saeculi extrahitur ad salutem...
Page 370 - Ilia unitas est ex natura; haec ex gratia, igitur illi haec similis est, non aequalis.
Page 546 - God wills the end, he wills also the means ; if he would have the Gentiles saved, according to the predictions of his prophets, he would have the gospel preached to them. " Qui vult finem, vult etiam media. Deus vult ut homines invocent ipsum salutariter. Ergo vult ut credant. Ergo vult ut audiant. Ergo vult ut habeant praedicatores. Itaque praedicatores misit.
Page 61 - Petrus et Joannes, Jacobus et Andreas, Philippus et Thomas, Bartholomaeus et Matthaeus, Jacobus Alphaei et Simon Zelotes et Judas Jacobi...
Page 130 - Prophetia est, ut pictura regionis cujuspiam, quae in proximo tecta et calles et pontes notât distincte; procul, valles et montes latissime patentes in angustum cogit. sic enim débet etiani esse corum, qui prophetiam legunt, prospectus in futurum, cui se prophetia accommodât.
Page 62 - Univers! ordines habent très quaterniones, quorum nullus cum alio quicquam permutât: turn, in primo semper primus est Petrus: in secundo Philippus: conf. Joh. 1, 42. 44. 12, 22. in tertio Jacobus Alphaei. in singulis céleri apostoli loca permutant. Proditor, semper extremus.
Page 551 - ... effect in the case of every individual. Since, then, Paul teaches, in the strongest terms that salvation is not in fact attained by every * Paul does not intend in this place to treat of the origin of unbelief among the heathen, but only of the fact. Hence there was no need for Bengel's observation, "Incredulitas cadit etiam in eos qui ipsi non audivere verbum Dei; quia tarn en primitus id in patriarchis, Adamo, Noacho, susceperant.
Page xl - Leiden war meistens geistlich und verborgen, sachte und anhaltend und sonderlich gab mir bisweilen einen geschwinden Stich die Ewigkeit, die der Mensch vor sich hat, da ohne peinliche Furcht vor dem Weh, ohne wirkliche Freude auf das Wohl, die Ewigkeit an sich selbst mit ihrer großen Wich, tigkeit mein Innerstes durchdrang und scharfer durchläuterte, als keine Widerwärtigkeit zu thun vermag.

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