1 [See, on the Resurrection, cap. vi.; and compare, -
"And of those demons that are foundIn fire, air, flood, or under ground," etc.Milton, Pens., line 93.]
2 See Lev. xiv. 49-53.
3 Literally, "living."
4 The Gentiles are here referred to, who saw no necessity for the incarnation.
5 Jer. ii. 19, etc. (LXX.)
6 It is doubtful if these words are really Justin's, or, if so, from which, or what part, of his Apologies they are derived.
7 Eusebius, book v. to the twenty-seventh chapter, should be read as an introduction to this author.
1 i.e., the emperors.
2 Meta dogmatoj orqou, orthodoxy.
3 That is, that a prophetic inspiration is required to speak worthily of Christ.