Anf-03 v.iv.v.xviii Pg 46 produced an evidence that what she handled was not an empty phantom,4181
Luke vii. 36–50.
4181 Comp. Epiphanius, Hæres. xlii., Refut. 10, 11. but a really solid body, and that her repentance as a sinner deserved forgiveness according to the mind of the Creator, who is accustomed to prefer mercy to sacrifice.4182
Anf-03 v.iv.v.xxvii Pg 7 Who so closely resembles my God as His own Christ? We have often already laid it down for certain,4580
Luke vi. 28, also xi. 37–; 52.
4580 Fiximus. that He could not have been branded4581
4581 Denotari. as the destroyer of the law if He had promulged another god. Therefore even the Pharisee, who invited Him to dinner in the passage before us,4582
4582 Tunc. expressed some surprise4583
4583 Retractabat. in His presence that He had not washed before He sat down to meat, in accordance with the law, since it was the God of the law that He was proclaiming.4584
4584 Circumferret. Jesus also interpreted the law to him when He told him that they “made clean the outside of the cup and the platter, whereas their inward part was full of ravening and wickedness.” This He said, to signify that by the cleansing of vessels was to be understood before God the purification of men, inasmuch as it was about a man, and not about an unwashed vessel, that even this Pharisee had been treating in His presence. He therefore said: “You wash the outside of the cup,” that is, the flesh, “but you do not cleanse your inside part,”4585
Edersheim Bible History
Lifetimes ix.xvi Pg 43.1, Lifetimes ix.xx Pg 43.1, Temple xi Pg 27.1, Lifetimes ix.xvi Pg 43.1, Lifetimes ix.xx Pg 43.1, Lifetimes x.iv Pg 119.2
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 14
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Lu 7:34-36; 11:37 1Co 9:19-22