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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.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • 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.

    A Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians

  • They are further called ta ` pneumatika ` tes poneri'as, spiritual wickedness, as the phrase is rendered in our version.

    A Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians

  • But ta ` pneumatika ` tes poneri'as cannot be resolved into pneumatikai poneri'ai.

    A Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians

  • 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_ ..

    Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry


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