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2 piqanwtatoj.

3 w2yb)

4 Cf. Acts x. 9-15.

5 Cf. Gal. ii. 12.

6 Cf. Acts xxi. 26.

7 John xvi. 12, 13.

8 Gal. iv. 21, 22, 24.

9 1 Cor. ix. 8-10.

10 Rom. xvi. 25, 26.

11 twn epipolaioteron kai muqikwteron autoij entugxanontwn.

12 John v. 46, 47.

13 Mark i. 1, 2.

14 ewla.

15 muqouj kai lhrouj.

16 toij katw Ioudaioij.

17 muqologiaj.

18 Ps. lxxviii. 2.

19 Ps. cxix. 18.

20 alazoneia.

21 Matt. xi. 29.

22 John xiii. 8.

23 Luke xxii. 27.

24 Isa. vi. 9.

25 ["The Fathers, while they refer to extraordinary divine agency going on in their own day, also with one consent represent miracles as having ceased since the apostolic era." - Mozley's Bampton Lectures, On Miracles, p. 165. See also, Newman's Essay on the Miracles of the Early Ages, quoted by Mozley. S.]

26 Matt. xxvi. 38.

27 Herodot., i. cap. 47.

28 kai Qeon kata ton twn olwn Qeon kai patera. "Ex mente Origenis, inquit Boherellus, vertendum `Secundo post universi Deum atque parentem loco; 0' non cum interprete Gelenio, `Ipsius rerum universarum Dei atque Parentis testimonio. 0' Nam si hic esset sensus, frustra post" upo twn profhtwn, adderetur kata ton Qeon. Praeterea, haec epitheta, ton twn olwn Qeon kai patera, manifestam continent antithesin ad ista, megalhn onta dunamin kai Qeon, ut Pater supra Filium evehatur, quemadmodum evehitur, ab Origene infra libro octavo, num. 15. Tou, kata, inferiorem ordinem denotantis exempla afferre supersedeo, cum obvia sint." - Ruaeus. [See also Liddon's Bampton Lectures on The Divinity of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, p. 414, where he says, "Origen maintains Christ's true divinity against the contemptuous criticisms of Celsus" (book ii. 9, 16, seq.; vii. 53, etc.). S.]

29 Ps. cxlviii. 5.

30 perigegrammenon tina.

31 John i. 26.

32 Matt. xviii. 20.

33 Matt. xxviii. 20.

34 1 Cor. vi. 17.

35 ei gar kata thn Paulou didaskalian, legontoj <\dq_so kollwmenoj tw kuriw, en pneuma estij<\|dq_ paj o nohsaj ti to kollasqai tw kuriw, kai kollhqeij autw, en esti pneuma proj ton kurion pwj ou pollw mallon qeioterwj kai meizonwj en esti to pote sunqeton proj ton pogon tou Qeou;

36 Matt. xii. 24.

37 Matt. xxvi. 61.

38 John xviii. 4 sqq.

39 Matt. xxvi. 52-54.

40 Matt. xxvii. 3-5.

41 diapuroj kai sfodra.

42 apiqanon.

43 Ps. cix. 1, 2. [cviii. 1, 2, Sept. S.]

44 Ps. cix. 8. [cviii, 8, Sept. S.]

45 teretismata.

46 [See De Princip., iv. i. 5, where Origen gives the length of our Lord's ministry as "only a year and a few months." S.]

47 Cf. Clem. Alex., Strom., v. c. ix. [See vol. ii. pp. 457, 458. S.]

48 dokoush deinothti rhtopikh.

49 Matt. x. 18.

50 Modestinus, lib. vi. Regularum, ad legem Corneliam de Sicariis: "Circumcidere filios suos Judaeis tantum rescripto divi Pii permittitur: in non ejusdem religionis qui hoc fecerit, castrantis poena irrogatur."

51 Matt. x. 18.

52 Matt. xxiv. 14.

53 ["Celsus quotes the writings of the disciples of Jesus concerning His life, as possessing unquestioned authority; and that these were the four canonical Gospels is proved both by the absence of all evidence to the contrary, and by the special facts which he brings forward. And not only this, but both Celsus and Porphyry appear to have been acquainted with the Pauline Epistles" (Westcott's History of the Canon of the New Testament, pp. 464, 465, 137, 138, 401, 402). See also infra, cap. lxxiv. S.]

54 [Luke xxi. 20. S.]


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