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  • PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - Deuteronomy 4:42

    CHAPTERS: Deuteronomy 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34     

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    LXX- Greek Septuagint - Deuteronomy 4:42

    φυγειν 5343 5629 εκει 1563 τον 3588 φονευτην ος 3739 αν 302 φονευση 5407 5661 τον 3588 πλησιον 4139 ουκ 3756 ειδως 1492 5761 και 2532 ουτος 3778 ου 3739 3757 μισων 3404 5723 αυτον 846 προ 4253 της 3588 εχθες και 2532 τριτης 5154 και 2532 καταφευξεται εις 1519 μιαν 1520 των 3588 πολεων 4172 τουτων 3778 5130 και 2532 ζησεται 2198 5695

    Douay Rheims Bible

    That any one might flee to them who should kill his neighbour unwillingly, and was not his enemy a
    day or two before, and that he might escape to some one of these cities:

    King James Bible - Deuteronomy 4:42

    That the slayer might flee thither, which should kill his neighbour unawares, and hated him not in times past; and that fleeing unto one of these cities he might live:

    World English Bible

    that the manslayer might flee there, who kills his neighbor unawares, and didn't hate him in
    time past; and that fleeing to one of these cities he might live:

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    Deuteronomy 4:42

    Early Christian Commentary - (A.D. 100 - A.D. 325)

    Anf-03 iv.ix.v Pg 5
    See Lev. xvii. 1–9; Deut. xii. 1–; 26.

    Why, accordingly, does the Spirit afterwards predict, through the prophets, that it should come to pass that in every place and in every land there should be offered sacrifices to God? as He says through the angel Malachi, one of the twelve prophets:  “I will not receive sacrifice from your hands; for from the rising sun unto the setting my Name hath been made famous among all the nations, saith the Lord Almighty: and in every place they offer clean sacrifices to my Name.”1200


    Anf-03 iv.ix.iii Pg 19
    Comp. Ex. xxi. 24, 25; Lev. xxiv. 17–22; Deut. xix. 11–21; Matt. v. 38.

    But the new law’s wont was to point to clemency, and to convert to tranquillity the pristine ferocity of “glaives” and “lances,” and to remodel the pristine execution of “war” upon the rivals and foes of the law into the pacific actions of “ploughing” and “tilling” the land.1179


    Anf-03 iv.iv.i Pg 11
    Oehler refers to Ezek. xxiii.; but many other references might be given—in the Pentateuch and Psalms, for instance.

    use the designation of fornication in their upbraiding of idolatry. The essence of fraud, I take it, is, that any should seize what is another’s, or refuse to another his due; and, of course, fraud done toward man is a name of greatest crime. Well, but idolatry does fraud to God, by refusing to Him, and conferring on others, His honours; so that to fraud it also conjoins contumely. But if fraud, just as much as fornication and adultery, entails death, then, in these cases, equally with the former, idolatry stands unacquitted of the impeachment of murder. After such crimes, so pernicious, so devouring of salvation, all other crimes also, after some manner, and separately disposed in order, find their own essence represented in idolatry. In it also are the concupiscences of the world. For what solemnity of idolatry is without the circumstance of dress and ornament? In it are lasciviousnesses and drunkennesses; since it is, for the most part, for the sake of food, and stomach, and appetite, that these solemnities are frequented. In it is unrighteousness. For what more unrighteous than it, which knows not the Father of righteousness?  In it also is vanity, since its whole system is vain. In it is mendacity, for its whole substance is false. Thus it comes to pass, that in idolatry all crimes are detected, and in all crimes idolatry. Even otherwise, since all faults savour of opposition to God, and there is nothing which savours of opposition to God which is not assigned to demons and unclean spirits, whose property idols are; doubtless, whoever commits a fault is chargeable with idolatry, for he does that which pertains to the proprietors of idols.

    Anf-02 vi.iv.i.xxvii Pg 19.1

    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 4

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    De 19:1-10 Nu 35:6,11,12,15-28 Heb 6:18


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