207 Eph. iv. 24, 25, 27-29.
208 Acts xvii. 22-28.
209 Acts xxvi. 17, 18.
210 Viz., "The Unknown God." [Hereafter to be noted.]
211 Viz., "The Unknown God." [Hereafter to be noted.]
212 There is no such utterance in the Demodocus. But in the Amatores, Basle Edition, p. 237, Plato says: "But it is not so, my friend: nor is it philosophizing to occupy oneself in the arts, nor lead a life of bustling, meddling activity, nor to learn many things; but it is something else. Since I, at least, would reckon this a reproach; and that those who devote themselves to the arts ought to be called mechanics."
213 According to the emendations of Menagius: "w9j a!ra h\ poluma/ qeia goon ou0xi\ dida/skei"
214 [Sect. xix. xx. p. 475.]
215 Adopting the emendations, dei= e0pisth/mhj instead of di' e0pisth/mhj, and ta0gaqw=n for ta/gaqou=, omitting w9sper.
218 1 Cor. xii. 12.
219 Prov. xi. 21.
220 Prov. xi. 24.
221 Prov. xxvii. 25, 26.
222 Prov. xxvii. 23.
223 Rom. ii. 14, 15.
224 [His ideas of the conditions of the Gnostics, Montanists, and other heretical sects who divided the primitive unity, is important as illustrating Irenaeus. Note his words, the primitive, etc.]
225 [His ideas of the conditions of the Gnostics, Montanists, and other heretical sects who divided the primitive unity, is important as illustrating Irenaeus. Note his words, the primitive, etc.]
226 Prov. ix. 12.
227 [His ideas of the conditions of the Gnostics, Montanists, and other heretical sects who divided the primitive unity, is important as illustrating Irenaeus. Note his words, the primitive, etc.]
228 Prov. ix. 17.
229 Prov. ix. 17.
230 [Kaye, p. 426. A most valuable exposition of these passages on justification. See Elucidation XIV., infra.]
231 1 Cor. i. 24.
232 Prov. xxi. 11.
233 Prov. xxi. 11.
234 [This ingenious statement explains the author's constant assertion that truth, and to some extent saving truth, was to be found in Greek philosophy.]
235 The deficiencies of the text in this place have been supplied from Eusebius's Chronicles.
236 i.e., Solon, in his conversation with the Egyptian priests.
237 po/lei, "city," is not in Plato.
239 [Theog., 938.]
240 Chushan-rishathaim; Judg. iii. 8.
245 Abinoam; Judg. iv. 6.
246 Sic. Qwlea=j may be the right reading instead of Bwlea=j. But Judg. x. 1 says Tola, the son of Puah, the son of Dodo.
247 Ibzan, A. V., Judg. xii. 8; 'Abaissa/n, Septuagant. According to Judg. xii. 11, Elon the Zebulonite succeeded Ibzan.
248 Not mentioned in Scripture.
252 So Lowth corrects the text, which has five.
253 Supposed to be "son of Oded" or "Adad," i.e., Azarias.
254 i.e., of Ochozias.
256 She was slain in the seventh year of her reign.
257 Not of her brother, but of her son Ahaziah, all of whom she slew except Joash.
258 Clement is wrong in asserting that Amos the prophet was the father of Isaiah. The names are written differently in Hebrew, though the same in Greek.
259 By a strange mistake Hosea king of Israel is reckoned among the kings of Judah.
260 Lev. xxvi. 30.
261 2 Kings xxiii. 22.
262 2 Kings xxii. 8.