17 Book ii. cap. xxxvii.

18 dia\ du/o tropikw=n qewrh/ma.

19 We follow Bouhèreau and Valesius, who expunge the negative particle in this clause.

20 Isa. liii. 2, 3.

21 John viii. 40.

22 [John xii. 31 and xvi. 11.]

23 Heb. xi. 37, 38.

24 Ps. xxiv. 19.

25 Deut. xxviii. 12.

26 Ps. ci. 8.

27 Deut. ii. 34.

28 Ezek. xx. 25.

29 2 Cor. iii. 6.

30 [Ezek. xx. 21, 25. S.]

31 2 Cor. iii. 7, 8.

32 Rom. vii. 12, 14.

33 1 Tim. vi. 17, 18.

34 Prov. xiii. 8.

35 Deut. xxxii. 30.

36 Rom. xv. 19.

37 Gal. ii. 5.

38 Ps. cxxxvii. 8, 9. [An instance of Origen's characteristic spiritualizing.]

39 Rom. ii. 29.

40 Matt. xix. 23.

41 Prov. xxviii. 6.

42 Mark x. 44.

43 Matt. xx. 25.

44 Luke xxii. 25.

45 1 Cor. iii. 19.

46 Ps. vii. 3-5. Origen follows the reading ei0j xou=n (LXX.) instead of ei0j xnou=n, "make my glory abide in the dust."

47 Matt. vi. 25-28.

48 Lev. xxvi. 5.

49 Prov. xiii. 25.

50 Ex. xxi. 24.

51 Matt. v. 39.

52 Lam. iii. 27, 28, 30.

53 John i. 18.

54 Col. i. 15.

55 Odyss., iv. 563.

56 Phoedo, lviii. p. 109.

57 Ex. iii. 8.

58 Gen. iii. 17.

59 Heb. xii. 22.

60 Ps. lxxvi. 2; English version, "In Salem is His tabernacle."

61 Ps. xlviii. 1, 2.

62 Ps. xxxvii. 9, 11, 22, 29, 34.

63 Isa. liv. 12, 11.

64 Hagg. ii. 6.


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