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“Whenever, therefore, they are called pneumatika, there charismata, denoting their general nature, is to be supplied; and where they are called charismata only, pneumatika is to be understood, as expressing their especial difference from all others.”
“With respect unto their especial nature they are called pneumatika, sometimes absolutely: 1 Cor. xii.”
“Zeloute de ta pneumatika -- that is, charismata, -- "` Desire spiritual gifts, 'whose nature and use you are now instructed in, as it first was proposed.”
“The ta pneumatika of verse 1 are the ta charismata of verse 31; as it is expressed, chap. xiv.”
“Eph.iv. 7-16, etc. Only let it be remembered, that, in this whole discourse, by "gifts" I do understand those charismata pneumatika, those spiritual largesses, which are neither absolutely natural endowments nor attainable by our own industry and diligence.”
“The Apostle calls them charismata, pneumata, charismata pneumatika, ta pneumatika.”
“Ta ` pneumatika is equivalent to ta ` pneumata, as in so many other cases the neuter adjective in the singular or plural is used substantively, as to hippikon, the cavalry; ta aichmalota, the captivity, i.e. captives.”
“They are further called ta ` pneumatika ` tes poneri'as, spiritual wickedness, as the phrase is rendered in our version.”
“But ta ` pneumatika ` tes poneri'as cannot be resolved into pneumatikai poneri'ai.”
“The way in which the germs of divine life [the σπέρματα πνευματικά .. spermata pneumatika], which lie shut up in the Eons, continually unfold and individualize themselves more and more, is represented as a spontaneous analysis of the several _names_ of the Ineffable, into their several _sounds_ ..”
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Terms and phrases from John Owen's (1616-1683) theological writings, to some of which the collective title Pneumatologia has been posthumously applied. Some few of the terms listed herein are Septu...
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