191 Ps. i. 4.
192 Isa. xl. 15.
193 [Clement regards dogma as framing practical morals. The comment is found in the history of nations, nominally Christian.]
194 [The residue is lost, for the eighth book has little conection with the Gnostic as hitherto developed.]
195 A good translation of the letters was published in New York, in 1864, by Hurd & Houghton.
196 For a good article on St. Alphonsus de'Liguori, see the Encyc. Britannica.
124 1 [This book is a mere fragment, an imperfect exposition of logic, and not properly part of the Stromata. Kaye, 22.]
2 Matt. vii. 7.; Luke xi. 9. [Elucidation I.]
3 It is necessary to read lo/gon here, though not in the text, on account of e0kpori/zonta which follows; and as eu!logon ei\nai lo/gon occurs afterwards, it seems better to retain du!logon than to substitute lo/gon for it.
4 [We begin, that is, with axioms: and he ingeniously identifies faith with axiomatic truth. Hence the faith not esoteric.]
5 'Epiqumhtikou=, which accords with what Plato says in the Timaeus, p. 1078. Lowth, however, reads futikou=.
6 [The young student must be on his guard as to the philosophical scepticism here treated, which is not the habit of unbelief commonly so called.]