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46. "7 By June 30, 1604, the translators had been appointed. There were, at the least, forty-seven translators, at the most, fifty-four. They were divided into six companies, two of which would work at each place where the translators gathered: Westminster, Cambridge, and Oxford. John Bois, a forty-four-year-old priest, rector of Boxworth, near Cambridge, a former scholar and fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and for ten years chief lecturer there in Greek, was one of the men selected for the second Cambridge company.
B Page 14 Hutch. asserted that the phrase [from the foundation of the world] ought rather to be joined with [are written] than with [slain]: Arethas manifestly favors this opinion of theirs, if only I understand him rightly. see c. 17. 8. 11 Tyndale:. searchynge when or at what tyme of the sprete of Christ which was in them, shuld signifie, which sprete testified before, the passions that shuld come unto Christ, and the glory that shuld folowe after .... Geneva Bible:. Searching when or what time the Spirit which testified before of Christ which was in them, shulde declare the surfrings (that shulde come) unto Christ, and the glorie that shulde followe.
That not unto themselves, but unto us they did minister the things, . . with the Holy Ghost .... Bois's note: that not for them selves but for us they took paines about those things etc. through the holy Ghost. Others. not for them selves, but unto us etc. so that there is transposition, "that not" [in the Greek text] for "not only" Andrew Downes. 27. , see Commentary on the Whole Bible. edited by Charles John Ellicott (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1959), VIII, 392. ' But the simplest translation would be, to whom, or what period, the Spirit of Christ in them was pointing.
Translating for King James: being a true copy of the only notes made by a translator of King James's Bible, the Authorized version, as the Final Committee of Review revised the translation of Romans through Revelation at Stationers' Hall in London in 1610 by Ward Allen