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  • * Heos an parelthe ho ouranos kai he ge, iota hen e mia keraia ou me parelthe apo tou nomou: [4855] 1

    Pneumatologia

  • Hence they are all under the especial care of God, according to that promise of our Saviour, Matt.v. 18, "Verily I say unto you," Heos an parelthe ho ouranos kai he ge, iota hen e mia keraia ou me parelthe apo tou nomou, "Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law."

    Pneumatologia

  • That it is chōris nomou, — “without the law,” verse 21; separated in all its concerns from the law; not attainable by it, nor any works of it, which they have no influence into.

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith

  • Some say that by his own righteousness, which the apostle rejects, he intends only his righteousness ek nomou, or “by the works of the law.”

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith

  • We need not trouble ourselves to inquire in what various senses Christ may be said to be telos nomou, — “the end,” the complement, the perfection, “of the law.”

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith

  • Again, ex ergōn nomou and ex akoēs pisteōs are directly opposed, Gal. iii.

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith

  • But when it is said that a man is not justified ex ergōn nomou, — “by the works of the law,” — it is acknowledged by all that the meaning of the expression is to exclude all efficiency, in every kind of such works, from our justification.

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith

  • Dia men tou nomou ten eutheian aute paradeixas hodon: dia de tes aute dedoremenes autexousiou eleutherias ten ton kreittonon airesin epainou kai apodoches axian apophenas geron te kai meizonon epathlon.

    On Calvinism

  • Even Plato in his _Republic_ (465 A) agreed that the citizen might in certain circumstances take the law into his own hands, probably regarding such action as a sort of equity, what Aristotle calls [Greek: epanorthôma nomou êlleipei dia ton katholou], a rectification of certain special cases not covered by law.

    The World in Chains Some Aspects of War and Trade

  • Te Elladi penie men aei kote suntrhophos esti, arhete de epaktos esti, apo te sophies katergasmene kai nomou ischurhou.

    Penguin Island

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