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  • In the New Testament many sentences begin with "kai egeneto"--often translated as "and it came about. . ."

    And now for something completely different

  • Beowulf, is there some reason you believe that the words ho logos sarx egeneto couldn't bear such an interpretation?

    When Did The Word Become Flesh?

  • Even if we accept the remark as genuine, the assertion that Alcmaeon "was" (egeneto) in the old age of Pythagoras is ambiguous.

    Alcmaeon

  • [2] Charismata de heichon, hoi men elattona, hoi de pleio; kai touto aition schismatos autois egeneto, ou para ten oikeian phusin, alla para agnomosunen ton eilephoton; hoite gar ta meizona echontes eperonto kata ton ta elattona kektemenon; outoi de au palin elgoun, kai tois ta meizona echousin ephthonoun.

    Pneumatologia

  • * Charismata de heichon, hoi men elattona, hoi de pleio; kai touto aition schismatos autois egeneto, ou para ten oikeian phusin, alla para agnomosunen ton eilephoton; hoite gar ta meizona echontes eperonto kata ton ta elattona kektemenon; outoi de au palin elgoun, kai tois ta meizona echousin ephthonoun.

    Pneumatologia

  • Answerably hereunto he saith of God, Eklogēs meros (hēmas) epoiēsen heautō, p. 38 and p. 66: mentioning the blessedness of the forgiveness of sins, out of Ps.xxxii. he adds, Houtos ho makarismos egeneto epi tous eklelegmenous hupo tou Theou dia Iēsou Christou tou Kuriou hēmōn.

    The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed

  • The testimony of Thucydides to Themistocles ([Greek: kratistos dê oytos aytoschediazein ta deonta egeneto]) might with equal or even greater truth be applied to many Englishmen to-day.

    Cambridge Essays on Education

  • Ambrose, Hilary, etc. The Latin incarnatio (in: caro, flesh) corresponds to the Greek sarkosis, or ensarkosis, which words depend on John (i, 14) kai ho Logos sarx egeneto, "And the Word was made flesh".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • Bethleem, egeneto [pro okto kalandon ianouarion hemera tetradi]

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • Luke begins his account of Christ with the words (ii. 1): egeneto en tais hēmerais ekeinais exēlthen dogma para Kaisaros Augoustou apographesthai pasan tēn oikoumenēn.

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

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