71 [Such are the accomodations reflected upon by Gieseler. See Book III. cap. lxxix., supra.]

72 ti/ a!topon.

73 Phil. ii. 5-9.

74 o!mwj d' a0pologhso/meqa, o@ti ou0 fh\j, w\ Ke/lse, w9j e0n farma/kou moi/ra pote\ di/dotai xrh=sqai tw= plana=n kai\ tw= yeu/desqai.

75 prohgoume/nwj, a0ll' e0k perista/sewj.

76 Cf. Plato in the Timaeus, and book iii., de Legibus.

77 safh/j.

78 'Epa\n to\ prokei/menon h\ parasth=sai kai/ ta/ th=j kata/ to/n to\pon isnopi\aj ti/na e!xoi lo/gon, kai\ ta\ th=j pperi\ au0tou= a0nagwgh=j.

79 Otus and Ephialtes. Cf. Smith's Dict. of Myth. and Biog., s.v.

80 Cf. Hom., Odyss., xi. 305.

81 [Demonstrated by Justin, vol. i. pp. 277, 278, this series.]

82 a9gistei/aj.

83 e0peskkoph/qhsan.

84 Qei=o/n ti kai= i9ero\n xrh=ma gego/e/nai to\n 'Ihsou=n.

85 ou0d' a0pokatastafh/sontai. [A very bold and confident assertion this must have seemed sixteen hundred years ago.]

86 kai\ a9rmo/zontaj th= pantaxou= kaqestw/sh politei/a.

87 u9po\ oi0kei/wn kai\ omoh/qwn.

88 th\n ou0ra/nion fora/n.

89 e0mpoliteu/etai.

90 e0ceuteli/zontej.

91 eu0tele/si.

92 ou0k e0n sw/mati kri/netai.

93 gu/pej: gru/pej?

94 kai\ kata\ pa=san a0reth\n pepoi/wtai.

95 The allusion may possibly be to his flight from the field of Chaeronea, or to his avarice, or to the alleged impurity of his life, which is referred to by Plutarch in his Lives of the Ten Orators. - Spencer.

96 a0fopma\j e!xon pro\j a0reth/n.

97 u9potupw/seij.

98 ta\ au0to/qen pa=si profaino/mena do/gmata Xristianw=n kai\ 'Ioudai\wn.

99 fantasi/a d' eu0sebei/aj.

100 h@ kai\ ta\ 9dhmiourgh/mata.

101 li/qwnkai/ cu/lwn.

102 diarkei=n.

103 u9po\ logikw=n piqanoth/twn.

104 th\n ou0ra/nion fora/n.

105 bdelu/ssetai.

106 Cf. Wisd. of Solom. xi. 26, xii. 1, 2.

107 Ps. xxxiii. 5.

108 Ecclus. xviii. 13.

109 Cf. Matt. v. 45.

110 Cf. 1 Tim. iv. 10.

111 Cf. 1 John ii. 2.

112 Cf. Rom. v. 8.

113 Cf. Rom. v. 7.

114 timiw/tera.

115 Cf. Ps. lxxxii. 1.

116 daimo/nia. Cf. Ps. xcvi. 5.

117 Cf. Ps. lxxxii. 1.

118 1 Cor. viii. 5, 6.

119 Cf. Matt. xxii. 30.

120 Cf. Luke xx. 36.

121 Cf. 1 John iii. 2.

122 kai\ tou=to/ g'a@n e9rmhneu/oimmi, to\ <\dq_h9mei=j<\|dq_ le/gwn a0nti\ tou= oi9 logikoi\, kai\ e!ti ma=llon, oi\ spoudai=oi logikoi/.

123 w#ste kai\ h9 au0th\ a0nqrw/pou kai\ Qeou=. Cf. Cicero, de Leg., i.: "Jam vero virtus eadem in homine ac deo est, neque ullo alio in genio praeterea. Est autem virtus nihil aliud, quam in se perfecta, et ad summum perducta natura. Est igitur homini cum Deo similitudo." Cf. also Clemens Alex., Strom., vii. c. 14: Ou0 ga\r, kaqa/per oi9 Stwi>\koi\, a\qe/wj, pa/nu th\n au0th\n a0reth\n a0nqrw/pou le/gomen kai\ Qeou=. [See vol. ii. p. 549. S.] Cf. Theodoret, Serm., xi. - Spencer.

124 Cf. Matt. v. 48.

125 Cf. Gen. i. 26.

126 Cf. Gen. i. 27.

127 Cf. 1 Cor. xv. 41, 42.

128 Cf. Dan. xii. 3.

129 Cf. Matt. xx. 27.

130 Cf. Eurip., Phoeniss, 546, 547.

131 bwmolo/xoj.


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