102 Isa. xlix. 9.

103 uper autwn.

104 Cf. Isa. lii 13-15 in the Septuagint version (Roman text).

105 Cf. Isa. liii. 1-8 in the Septuagint version (Roman text).

106 [Col. ii. 15. S.]

107 Ps. xlv. 2-5.

108 Ps. xlv. 6, 7.

109 proj ton Xriston.

110 Rom. viii. 15.

111 Cf. Acts v. 38, 39.

112 Cf. Num. xxiv. 17 (Septuag.).

113 Cf. Num. xxiv. 17 (Septuag.).

114 Cf. John xviii. 36.

115 Lebhj.

116 Cf. Mark iii. 18 with Matt. x. 3.

117 Matt. iv. 19.

118 Cf. 1 Cor. ii. 4, 5.

119 Cf. Ps. lxviii. 11 (Septuag.).

120 Ps. cxlvii. 15.

121 Ps. xix. 4.

122 Matt. ix. 37, 38.

123 Epistle of Barnabas, chap. v. vol. i. p. 139.

124 Luke v. 8.

125 Cf. 1 Tim. i. 15.

126 apo oikhmatoj. Such is the reading in the text of Lommatzsch. Hoeschel and Spencer read apo oikhmatoj eteiou, and Ruaus proposes etairiou.

127 Cf. Tit. iii. 3-6.

128 Cf. Ps. cvii. 20.

129 Cf. Matt. x. 23.

130 Cf. Iliad, v. 340.

131 John xiv. 6.

132 Cf. John viii. 40.

133 Cf. Matt. i. 20.

134 Cf. Matt. ii. 13.

135 [Note the words, "The whole habitable world," and comp. cap. iii., supra, "the defeat of the whole world." In cap. vii. is another important testimony. "Countless numbers" is the phrase in cap. xxvii. See cap. xxix. also, ad finem. Such evidence cannot be explained away.]

136 wj dikaiwqhsomenouj.

137 megan agwnisthn.

138 [1 Pet. ii. 22; 2 Cor. v. 21. S.]

139 Ps. liv. 5.

1 [Comp. Justin, Dial. with Trypho (passim), vol. i., this series.]


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