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75 Hos. i. 7.

76 Isa. vii. 14.

77 Matt. xxviii. 20.

78 Isa. xxxv. 3, etc.

79 Heb. iii. 3. [See English margin, and Robinson, i. p. 552.]

80 John i. 13. [For Sabellius, see p. 128, supra.]

81 Rev. xix. 13.

82 Ps. xlv. 1.

83 Ps. xlv. 1.

84 John i. 3.

85 Col. i. 16.

86 John i. 10, 11.

87 John i. 1.

88 Ps. xix. 6, 7.

89 John iii. 13.

90 John xvii. 5. [Note this exposition.]

91 John x. 30.

92 John xx. 28.

93 Rom. ix. 5.

94 Gal. i. 1 and al. i. 12.

95 John iii. 31.

96 John i. 15.

97 John v. 19.

98 John v. 26.

99 John vi. 51.

100 John vi. 46.

101 John vi. 62.

102 According to Pamelius, ch. xxiii.

103 John viii. 14, 15.

104 John viii. 23.

105 John viii. 41.

106 Ps. xlv. 1.

107 John i. 3.

108 John i. 1.

109 John viii. 51.

110 John viii. 58.

111 John x. 27, 28.

112 John x. 30.

113 John x. 35, 36.

114 " Dispositione," scil. oikonomia.-Jackson.

115 According to Pamelius, ch. xxiv.

116 John xi. 26.

117 John xvi. 14.

118 John xvii. 3.

119 [That is, "the prescribed rule" of our Catholic orthodoxy reflects the formula of our Lord's testimony concerning Himself. Here is a reference to testimony of the early creeds and canons.]

120 [That is, "the prescribed rule" of our Catholic orthodoxy reflects the formula of our Lord's testimony concerning Himself. Here is a reference to testimony of the early creeds and canons.]

121 John xvii. 5.

122 According to Pamelius, ch. xxv.

123 John i. 3.

124 Ps. xlv. 1.

125 Ps. xlv. 1. [As understood by the Father passim. See Justin, vol. i. p. 213; Theophilus, ii. 98; Tertullian, iv. 365; Origen, iv. 352, 421; and Cyprian, v. p. 516, supra.]

126 John i. 14.

127 Gen. i. 26.

128 Gen. i. 27.

129 Gen. xi. 7.

130 Deut. xxxii. 8. [ esthsen oria eqnwn kata ariqmon allelwn Qeou, Sept.]

131 Eph. iv. 10.

132 According to Pamelius, ch. xxvi.

133 Gen. xii. 7.

134 Ex. xxxiii. 20.

135 1 John iv. 12.

136 1 Tim. vi. 16.

137 [This leading up and educating of humanity to "see God" is here admirably put. Heb. i. 3.]

138 [De subordinatione, etc.: Bull, Defensio, etc., vol. v. pp. 767, 685. The Nicene doctrine includes the subordination of the Son.]

139 [ Isa. ix. 6, according to the Seventy. Ex. xxiii. 20. See Bull, Defensio, etc., vol. v. p. 30. Comp. Hippol., p. 225, supra; Novatian, p. 632, infra.]

140 [De subordinatione, etc.: Bull, Defensio, etc., vol. v. pp. 767, 685. The Nicene doctrine includes the subordination of the Son.]

141 Gen. xix. 24.

142 Amos iv. 11.

143 Gen. xxi. 17, etc.

144 [See note 2, p. 628, supra.]

145 Gen. xxi. 18.

146 Gen. xxi. 20.

147 [See vol. i. p. 184.]

148 Isa. ix. 6, LXX.

149 [Among the apparitions are noted Gen. xxxii. 24, Ex. iii., Num. xxii. 21, Josh. v. 13, 1 Kings xxviii. 11.]

150 According to Pamelius, ch. xxvii.

151 Gen. xxxi. 11-13.


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