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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

KURIE - All NT Uses of "Lord" in Address

All uses of the vocative (noun of address) Kurie (KURIE)

To be used with the “My God” study of John 20:28

http://examiningthetrinity.blogspot.com/2009/10/mygod.html

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http://concordances.org/greek/kurie_2962.htm

All uses of kurie (vocative form or noun of address for kurios: "lord, sir, master.") - 120 in NT.

There are No undisputed uses of the nominative form (kurios) as a noun of address in the NT.

Mt 7:21

"Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father who is in heaven will enter.

Ou pav o legwn (5723) moi, Kurie kurie, eiseleusetai (5695) eiv thn basileian twn ouranwn, all' o poiwn (5723) to qelhma tou patrov mou tou en toiv ouranoiv.



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Mt 7:22
"Many will say to Me on that day, 'Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many miracles ?'

polloi erousin (5692) moi en ekeinh| th| hmera|, Kurie kurie, ou tw| sw| onomati eprofhteusamen, (5656) kai tw| sw| onomati daimonia ecebalomen, kai tw| sw| onomati dunameiv pollav epoihsamen? (5656)



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Mt 8:2
And a leper came to Him and bowed down before Him, and said, "Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean."

kai idou (5628) leprov proselqwn (5631) prosekunei (5707) autw| legwn, (5723) Kurie, ean qelh|v (5725) dunasai (5736) me kaqarisai. (5658)

Mt 8:6; Mt 8:8; Mt 8:21; Mt 8:25; Mt 9:28; Mt 11:25; Mt 13:27; Mt 14:28 Mt 14:30;

Mt 15:22; Mt 15:25; Mt 15:27; Mt 16:22; Mt 17:4; Mt 17:15; Mt 18:21; Mt 20:30;

Mt 20:31; Mt 20:33; Mt 21:30; Mt 25:11; Mt 25:20; Mt 25:22; Mt 25:24;

Mt 25:37; Mt 25:44; Mt 26:22; Mt 27:63;

Mr 7:28;

Lu 5:8; Lu 5:12; Lu 6:46; Lu 7:6; Lu 9:54; Lu 9:59; Lu 9:61; Lu 10:17; Lu 10:21; Lu 10:40;

Lu 11:1; Lu 12:41; Lu 13:8; Lu 13:23; Lu 13:25; Lu 14:22; Lu 17:37; Lu 18:41; Lu 19:8;

Lu 19:16; Lu 19:18; Lu 19:20; Lu 19:25; Lu 22:33; Lu 22:38; Lu 22:49;

Joh 4:11; Joh 4:15; Joh 4:19; Joh 4:49; Joh 5:7; Joh 6:34; Joh 6:68; Joh 8:11; Joh 9:36; Joh 9:38; Joh 11:3; Joh 11:12; Joh 11:21; Joh 11:27; Joh 11:32; Joh 11:34; Joh 11:39; Joh 12:21; Joh 12:38; Joh 13:6; Joh 13:9; Joh 13:25; Joh 13:36; Joh 13:37; Joh 14:5;

Joh 14:8; Joh 14:22; Joh 20:15; Joh 21:15; Joh 21:16; Joh 21:17; Joh 21:20; Joh 21:21;

Ac 1:6; Ac 1:24; Ac 4:29; Ac 7:59; Ac 7:60; Ac 9:5; Ac 9:10; Ac 9:13; Ac 10:4; Ac 10:14;

Ac 11:8; Ac 22:8; Ac 22:10; Ac 22:19; Ac 26:15;

Ro 10:16; Ro 11:3;

Heb 1:10

Re 7:14; Re 11:17; Re 15:3; Re 15:4; Re 16:7; Re 22:20


 

I have found a facsimile of Codex Sinaiticus. It does read κυριε ό κυριος και ό θεος at Rev. 4:11, whereas Codex Alexandrinus does not use kurie at all, but reads exactly as the Westcott and Hort, UBS, and Nestle texts: “Worthy are you, the lord (kurios) and the god (theos) of us, to receive….”

The interpretation of Rev. 4:11, at best, is a disputed one. It seems likely that the use of the nominative kurios there is that of an appositive rather than a noun of address. It is equivalent to “Worthy is He, the lord and the God of us, to receive….” In other words, “the Lord and God of us” is simply an appositive which further identifies a word (in this case the pronoun “he” - or “you” in 4:11) preceding it.

Examples of vocative with vocative appositive

Matt. 11:25; Lu. 10:21; Rev. 15:3; 16:7; 22:20

Examples of vocative with nominative appositive:

Matt. 15:22; 20:30; 20:31; Rev. 11:17

Since all modern texts (including the Majority/Byzantine text) do not use kurie at Rev. 4:11, I believe the understanding of ho kurios kai ho theos is that of an appositive - not nouns of address. Even if Sinaiticus is correct here, we still have all uses of “Lord” used in address as kurie.


Therefore, Thomas' statement at John 20:28 which uses the nominative kurios is simply not being addressed to anyone, but must be understood differently.  See the MYGOD study. - - -

http://examiningthetrinity.blogspot.com/2009/10/mygod.html