Anf-03 iv.ix.xiv Pg 25 Do not they, too, point to each successive stage in the character of the Christ who is already come? A pair, on the one hand, and consimilar (they were), because of the identity of the Lord’s general appearance, inasmuch as He is not to come in some other form, seeing that He has to be recognised by those by whom He was once hurt. But the one of them, begirt with scarlet, amid cursing and universal spitting, and tearing, and piercing, was cast away by the People outside the city into perdition, marked with manifest tokens of Christ’s passion; who, after being begirt with scarlet garment, and subjected to universal spitting, and afflicted with all contumelies, was crucified outside the city.1468
See Lev. xvi.
1468 Comp. Heb. xiii. 10–13. It is to be noted, however, that all this spitting, etc., formed no part of the divinely ordained ceremony. The other, however, offered for sins, and given as food to the priests merely of the temple,1469
Anf-03 v.iv.iv.vii Pg 23 do they not also figure the two natures of Christ? They were of like size, and very similar in appearance, owing to the Lord’s identity of aspect; because He is not to come in any other form, having to be recognised by those by whom He was also wounded and pierced. One of these goats was bound3201
Jejunio, see Lev. xvi. 5; 7, etc.
3201 Circumdatus. with scarlet,3202
Edersheim Bible History
Temple xviii Pg 24.1, Temple xviii Pg 27.3, Temple xviii Pg 28.2, Temple xviii Pg 6.1
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 16
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