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  • PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - Isaiah 28:24


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    LXX- Greek Septuagint - Isaiah 28:24

    μη 3361 ολην 3650 την 3588 ημεραν 2250 μελλει 3195 5719 ο 3588 3739 αροτριων 722 5723 αροτριαν 722 5721 η 2228 1510 5753 3739 3588 σπορον 4703 προετοιμασει πριν 4250 εργασασθαι την 3588 γην 1093

    Douay Rheims Bible

    Shall the ploughman plough all the
    day to sow, shall he open and harrow his ground?

    King James Bible - Isaiah 28:24

    Doth the plowman plow all
    day to sow? doth he open and break the clods of his ground?

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    Does he who plows to sow plow continually? Does he keep turning the soil and breaking the clods?

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    Isaiah 28:24

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

    Anf-03 v.iv.iii.xi Pg 4
    Gen. iii. 18.

    which before was blessed. Immediately spring up briers and thorns, where once had grown grass, and herbs, and fruitful trees. Immediately arise sweat and labour for bread, where previously on every tree was yielded spontaneous food and untilled2846

    2846 Secura.

    nourishment. Thenceforth it is “man to the ground,” and not as before, “from the ground”; to death thenceforth, but before, to life; thenceforth with coats of skins, but before, nakedness without a blush. Thus God’s prior goodness was from2847

    2847 Secundum.

    nature, His subsequent severity from2848

    2848 Secundum.

    a cause. The one was innate, the other accidental; the one His own, the other adapted;2849

    2849 Accommodata.

    the one issuing from Him, the other admitted by Him. But then nature could not have rightly permitted His goodness to have gone on inoperative, nor the cause have allowed His severity to have escaped in disguise or concealment.  God provided the one for Himself, the other for the occasion.2850

    2850 Rei.

    You should now set about showing also that the position of a judge is allied with evil, who have been dreaming of another god as a purely good one—solely because you cannot understand the Deity to be a judge; although we have proved God to be also a judge. Or if not a judge, at any rate a perverse and useless originator of a discipline which is not to be vindicated—in other words, not to be judged.  You do not, however, disprove God’s being a judge, who have no proof to show that He is a judge. You will undoubtedly have to accuse justice herself, which provides the judge, or else to reckon her among the species of evil, that is, to add injustice to the titles of goodness. But then justice is an evil, if injustice is a good. And yet you are forced to declare injustice to be one of the worst of things, and by the same rule are constrained to class justice amongst the most excellent. Since there is nothing hostile2851

    2851 Æmulum.

    to evil which is not good, and no enemy of good which is not evil. It follows, then, that as injustice is an evil, so in the same degree is justice a good.  Nor should it be regarded as simply a species of goodness, but as the practical observance2852

    2852 Tutela.

    of it, because goodness (unless justice be so controlled as to be just) will not be goodness, if it be unjust. For nothing is good which is unjust; while everything, on the other hand, which is just is good.


    Anf-02 ii.ii.iii Pg 45.1


    Anf-02 ii.ii.iii Pg 45.1


    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 28

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    Jer 4:3 Ho 10:11,12


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