7 Condemned at Constantinople in 381.

1 Cf. note p. 36, History.

2 "Sauromatas gentes Scytharum Groeci vocant, quos Sarmatas Romani." Pliny iii.

3 Gen. vi. 7.

4 Ps. xlix. 20.

5 John i. 14.

6 Matt. xix. 26.

7 Ps. cxxxv. 6.

8 The reference in Schulze's edition is to Jeremiah x. 16, but here the Septuagint o plasaj ta panta does not bear out the point. The quotation is no doubt of Amos v. 8, where the LXX is o poiwn panta kai metaskeuazwn.

9 Ps. iii. 27.

10 Mal. iii. 6.

11 John i. 14.

12 I. Cor. xii. 4.

13 II. Cor. iv. 13.

14 Heb. ii. 16.

15 cf. Article ix. of the English Church. Sin is not part of man's nature, but the fault or corruption of it. If an one sense the fallen Adam is the natural man, in a higher sense Christ, the Son of man, is the natural man; i.e. in Him the manhood is seen incorrupt. cf. p. 183 and note.

16 Isaiah xli. 8.

17 Gen. xii. 3. The lxx. has eneuloghqhsontai en soi. In Acts iii. 25, it is tw spermati sou: in Gal. iii. 8, en soi.