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25 Luke i. 26, 27.

26 1 Cor. xi. 3 sqq.

27 Gen. ii. 23.

28 1 Cor. xi. 10.

29 Gen. vi. 1, 2.

30 1 Cor. xi. 14, 15.

31 1 Cor. xi. 3.

32 See Gen. ii. 23.

33 1 Cor. xi. 16.

34 1 Cor. xiv. 34, 35; 1 Tim. ii. 11, 12.

35 1 Tim. v. 9.

36 See 1 Cor. vii. 5. Comp. ad Ux., l. i. c. viii.; de Ex. Cast., c. i.

37 So Oehler and others. But one ms. reads "concupiscentiae fructum" for "concupiscentiam fructus;" which would make the sense somewhat plainer, and hence is perhaps less likely to be the genuine reading.

38 Gen. ii. 25, iii. 7 (in LXX. iii. 1, iii. 7).

39 See ch. vii. above.

40 See Deut. xxii. 13-21.

41 Gen. xxiv. 64, 65. Comp. de Or., c. xxii. ad fin.

42 Oehler's "immutare" appears certainly to be a misprint for "immature."

43 Vertunt: or perhaps "change the style of." But comp. (with Oehler) de Cult. Fem., l. ii. c. vi.

44 i.e., without appealing to any further proof.

45 As distinguished from the "on account of the angels" of c. xi.

46 i.e., for the sake of the brethren, who (after all) are men, as the heathens are (Oehler, after Rig.).

47 i.e., as Rig. quoted by Oehler explains it, in inducing the heathens to practise it.

48 See Matt. vi. 2.

49 1 Cor. iv. 7.

50 Comp. Phil. iii. 19.

51 See Isa. v. 18.

52 So Oehler, with Rig., seems to understand "publicato bono suo." But it may be doubted whether the use of the singular "bono," and the sense in which "publicare" and "bonum" have previously occurred in this treatise, do not warrant the rendering, "and elated by the public announcement of their good deed" - in self-devotion. Comp. "omnis publicatio virginis bonae" in c. iii., and similar phrases. Perhaps the two meanings may be intentionally implied.

53 Matt. x. 26. Again apparently a double meaning, in the word "revelabitus" = "unveiled," which (of course) is the strict sense of "revealed," i.e., "re-veiled."

54 Comp. the note above on "publicato bono suo."

55 Comp. Ps. cxlvii. (in LXX. and Vulg. cxlvi.) 6; Luke i. 52.

56 See 1 Cor. xi. 14, above quoted.

57 See 1 Thess. v. 21.

58 See 1 Cor. xi.

59 1 Cor. xi. 6, etc.

60 The Christian Life, vol. iii. p. 64.

61 Tertullian speaks of the heathen as "decimated by abortions." See ad Uxor., p. 41, infra.

62 Lippincotts, Philadelphia, 1868.

63 Bunsen, vol. i. p. 134.


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