201 For ai0sqhtw=n, Lommatzsch adopts the conjecture of Boherellus, approved by Ruaeus, e0sqh/twn.

202 dx/chj.

203 Cf. Ps. xxxiv. 7.

204 Cf. Matt. xviii. 10.

205 qnhta/. Instead of this reading, Guietus conjectures pthkta0, which is approved of by Ruaeus.

206 'Wghno/n, i.e., in Oceanum, Hesych.; 'Wgh/n, w0keano/j, Suid.

207 kai\ mh\ paramuqhsa/menoj.

208 Cf. Iliad, i. 590 (Pope's translation).

209 Cf. Iliad, xv. 18-24 (Pope's translation).

210 a0nalogi/aij tisi\ sune/dhse kai\ e0ko/smhsen o9 Qeo/j.

211 a0mh/twr tij kai\ a!xrantoj dai/mwn.

212 Cf. Gen. iii.

213 to\ qhlu/teron ge/noj.

214 Cf. Ex. xii. 23.

215 Cf. Lev. xvi. 8.

216 e0nanti/oi o!ntej toi=j a9po\ tou= klh/rou tou= Qeou=, e!rhmoi/ ei0si Qeou=.

217 [Judg. xix. 22. S.]

218 Cf. Job i. 11.

219 perista/sesi.

220 a0gri/w| e0le/fanti.

221 Cf. Job xl. 20.

222 Cf. Ezek. xxxii. 1-28.

223 Isa. xiv. 4 sqq.

224 pteror0r9uhsa/twn. Cf. supra, bk. iv.cap. xl. p. 516.

225 Cf. Prov. xxiii. 5. [See Neander's History of the Church, vol. ii. p. 299, with Rose's note. S.]

226 Cf. 2Tim. ii. 5.

227 Cf. 1 Cor. i. 30.

228 Cf. Ezek. xxviii. 15.

229 Cf. Ezek. xxviii. 19.

230 Cf. Dan. viii. 23.

231 Cf. 2 Thess. ii. 3, 4.

232 Cf. Matt. xxiv. 4, 5.

233 Cf. Prov. xxvii. 19.

234 a0kro/thtaj.

235 meta/ tinoj e0pikru/yewj. Cf. 2 Thess. ii. 9.

236 2 Thess. ii. 1-12.

237 Cf. Dan. viii. 23-25 (LXX.).

238 Cf. 2 Thess. ii. 4.

239 Cf. Dan. ix. 27 (LXX.).

240 pai=da/ te au0tou= kai\ h0i/qeon.

241 parapoih/santaj.

242 [See Dr. Burton's learned discussion as to the Logos of Plato, and the connection of Plato's doctrines with the Gospel of the Son of God: Bampton Lectures, pp. 211-223, 537-547. See also Fisher's Beginnings of Christianity, p. 147 (1877). S.]

243 Cf. Gen. ii. 24.

244 Cf. 1 Cor. vi. 17.

245 a9pacaplw=j.

246 ma/la eu0hqikh/.

247 Cf. Gen. v. 1.

248 a0kataskeu/aston.

249 Cf. Gen. i. 26.

250 th\n e0k perissta/sewj genome/nhn.

251 Gen. iii. 24.

252 grafa/j.

253 a0pro/sloga.

254 sunqei=nai lh=ron baqu/n.

255 o#ti ti/j pote/ e0stin h9 fu/sij tou= nou=, kai\ tou= e0n toi=j profh/taij lo/gou.


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