Synonyms of the New Testament, Part 1
Macmillan and Company, 1854
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Acts affirm already altogether applied Aristotle Author bring called Cambridge Christ Christian Church Cicero cloth College consider course Crown 8vo derived distinction divine doubt drawn Edition employed English Ethic evil example existence express fact Father Fellow forms give given God's Greek hand heathen History Holy honor implied intended John John's College language late Latin light living Lord Luke M.A. Fellow Mark Matt meaning merely mind moral nature never Notes observed occasion occurs once passage Paul person Philo Plato Plutarch present reference relation rendered respect Schools Scripture sense shows sins sometimes speak spirit stand synonyms Testament Theological things tion translators true truth Version viii whole word καὶ τοῦ
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