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Well, that’s an excellent summary of the Granville Sharp rule, but it’s beside the point. Did you actually read the post? The third option, which is backed up by the Tyndale Bulletin article by J. Christopher Edwards that Marc Taylor cited, accepts that the rule applies in this verse: “the God and Saviour of us” refers to one person, namely God. But it takes “Jesus Christ” to be in apposition to “glory”: Jesus is the glory of the God and Saviour of us. This is straightforward grammatically, but it is also strongly supported by the contextual arguments.

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