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75 i.e., perhaps "render acceptable."

76 See above, 91-99.

77 i.e., teeth which He contemned, for His people's sake: not that they are to us contemptible.

78 i.e., perhaps permeating, by the influence of His death, the tombs of all the old saints.

79 i.e., undertaking our debts in our stead.

80 Adam. See Rom. v. passim.

81 It is an idea of the genuine Tertullian, apparently, that Eve was a "virgin" all the time she was with Adam in Paradise. A similar idea appears in the "Genesis" above.

82 Consilio. Comp. 1 Tim. ii. 14, "Adam was not deceived."

83 Called "life's own covering" (i.e., apparently his innocence) in 117, above.

84 Or, "ore."

85 Comp. Heb. xii. 2, "Who, for the joy that was set before Him" - "o anti th prokeimenh".

86 Mundi. See John xiv. 30.

87 Virum.

88 "The Lion of the tribe of Juda." Rev. v. 5.