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225 Isa. viii. 3.

226 Isa. ix. 6, LXX. [See pp. 628, 632, supra.]

227 Isa. liii. 7.

228 Isa. lxv. 2.

229 Ps. lxix. 21.

230 Ps. xxii. 18, 17.

231 John v. 17.

232 [Cap. xxi. note 5, 632, supra.]

233 John xiv. 12.

234 John xiv. 15, 16.

235 John xiv. 23.

236 John xiv. 26.

237 John xiv. 28.

238 John xv. 1.

239 John xv. 9, 100.

240 John xv . 15.

241 John xv. 21.

242 Matt. v. 8.

243 Joel ii. 28; Acts ii. 17.

244 John xx. 22, 23.

245 John xiv. 16, 17.

246 2 Cor. iv. 13.

247 John xiv. 16, 17.

248 John xv. 20.

249 John xvi. 7.

250 John xvi. 13.

251 [ John xiv. 18, Greek.]

252 Isa. xi. 2, 3.

253 Isa. lxi. 1.

254 Ps. xlv. 7.

255 Rom. viii. 9.

256 2 Cor. iii. 17.

257 Gal. v. 17.

258 1 Cor. ii. 12.

259 1 Cor. vii. 40.

260 1 Cor. xiv. 32.

261 1 Tim. iv. 1.

262 1 Cor. xii. 3.

263 [To commit any one of these errors, he thinks, is to prove one's self "sensual, having not the Spirit." Jude rg; Rom. viii. 7.]

264 Matt. xxi. 32.

265 "There is one God."

266 Scil. from Scripture.

267 [ Gal. iii. 20; Deut. vi. 4.]

268 [" Non semper pendebit inter latrones Christus; aliquando resurget Crucifixa Veritas." - Sebastion Castilio.]

269 Isa. xliii. 11.

270 Isa. xliv. 6, 7.

271 Isa. xl. 12.

272 Isa. xxxvii. 20.

273 Matt. xix. 17.

274 1 Tim. vi. 16.

275 Gal. iii. 20.

276 John i. 1, 2.

277 John i. 14.

278 John xx. 28.

279 Rom. ix. 5.

280 Deut. vi. 4.

281 Matt. xxiii. 8-10.

282 didaskaloj.

283 As the Word formed. [He expounds Ps. xliv. (xlv.), Sept.]

284 ["In a sense;" i.e., in logic, not time.]

285 [Compare the Athanasian Confession.]

286 [As in the Athanasian Confession.]

287 There is apparently some indistinct reference here to the passage in Heb. v. 7, "and was heard in that He feared"- apo thj eulubeiaj. [For the Angel of Great Counsel, see p. 629, supra.]

1 Entitled "A Letter of Novatian, the Roman Presbyter."

2 " Liberiorem," translated, according to a plausible emendation,as " hilariorem."

3 Eph. vi. 12.

4 Phil. iii. 14.

5 Traditionem.

6 These letters are not extant, but they are mentioned by Jerome, De vir. Illustr., ch. lxx.

7 [ 1 Cor. vi. 13. A passage probably connected with the Jewish superstition. But see the Peshito-Syriac version on Mark vii. 19.Compare Murdock's version ad loc., ed. 1855.]

8 Which, distinguishing between meats, granted certain animals as clean, and interdicted certain others as not clean, especially as all animals were declared "very good," and even unclean animals were reserved for offspring in Noah's ark, although they otherwise might have been got rid of, if they ought to have been destroyed on account of their uncleanness.

9 [The divers animals are also parables illustrating human passions and appetites. See Jones of Nayland, vol. xi. p. 1.]

10 Rom. vii. 14.


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