Anf-02 ii.ii.ii Pg 4.1
Anf-03 v.iv.iii.xvii Pg 8 that mercy, too, which conceded to the devotion of the people the son of Saul when about to die,2904
Dan. iv. 33.
Anf-03 vi.vii.xiii Pg 10 after being exiled from human form in his seven years’ squalor and neglect, because he had offended the Lord; by the bodily immolation of patience not only recovered his kingdom, but—what is more to be desired by a man—made satisfaction to God. Further, if we set down in order the higher and happier grades of bodily patience, (we find that) it is she who is entrusted by holiness with the care of continence of the flesh: she keeps the widow,9158
Dan. iv. 33–37. Comp. de Pæn. c. 12. [I have removed an ambiguity by slightly touching the text here.]
Anf-03 v.ix.xxii Pg 13 and again in Isaiah, “The Lord hath given to me the tongue of learning that I should understand when to speak a word in season.”8051
Jer. i. 9.
Anf-03 iv.ix.xiii Pg 41 What is more manifest than the mystery1419
This conclusion they had drawn before, and are not said to have drawn, consequently, upon this occasion. See 2 Kings (4 Kings in LXX.) ii. 16.
1419 Sacramento. of this “wood,”—that the obduracy of this world1420
1420 “Sæculi,” or perhaps here “heathendom.” had been sunk in the profundity of error, and is freed in baptism by the “wood” of Christ, that is, of His passion; in order that what had formerly perished through the “tree” in Adam, should be restored through the “tree” in Christ?1421
1421 For a similar argument, see Anselm’s Cur Deus Homo? l. i. c. iii. sub fin. while we, of course, who have succeeded to, and occupy, the room of the prophets, at the present day sustain in the world1422
1422 Sæculo. that treatment which the prophets always suffered on account of divine religion: for some they stoned, some they banished; more, however, they delivered to mortal slaughter,1423
1423 Mortis necem.—a fact which they cannot deny.1424
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