Editor, Tyndale for Today with the Textus Receptus :: προς τον θεον   —Prism Crafting Publications, Dec., A.MM. & XVII.
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In the beginning was the Word,
and the Word was with God:
and the Word was God.
Εν αρχη ην ο λογος,
και ο λογος ην προς τον θεον,
και θεος ην ο λογος.
En arxhΕν αρχη (prep. εν) loc., in, on, by — (αρχη) nom. sing.αρχηbeginning, ruler
hnην3 pers. sing. imperf., ind. ειμιto be
o logowο λογος (art. ο) m.s. nom. — (λογος) sec. decl. masc., nom. sing. α.α fr. λογοςλογοςword, speech, matter, account, reason
kaiκαικαιand, also, even
o logowο λογος (art. ο) m.s. nom. — (λογος) sec. decl. masc., nom. sing. α.α fr. λογοςλογοςword, speech, matter, account, reason
hnην3 pers. sing. imperf., ind. ειμιto be
prow ton ueonπρος τον θεον (prep. προς) acc., to, toward, with, at — (art. τον) m.s. acc. — (θεον) sec. decl. masc., acc. sing. α.δ fr. θεοςθεοςGod, god
kaiκαικαιand, also, even
ueowθεοςθεοςGod, god
hnην3 pers. sing. imperf., ind. ειμιto be
o logowο λογος (art. ο) m.s. nom. — (λογος) sec. decl. masc., nom. sing. α.α fr. λογοςλογοςword, speech, matter, account, reason