Anf-03 v.iv.v.xxxix Pg 53—“in the day-time He was teaching in the temple;” just as He had foretold by Hosea: “In my house did they find me, and there did I speak with them.”5065
Luke xxi. 37.
Anf-03 v.ix.xxx Pg 14 Meanwhile He has received from the Father the promised gift, and has shed it forth, even the Holy Spirit—the Third Name in the Godhead, and the Third Degree of the Divine Majesty; the Declarer of the One Monarchy of God, but at the same time the Interpreter of the Economy, to every one who hears and receives the words of the new prophecy;8198
Acts i. 11; Luke xxi. 37.
8198 Tertullian was now a [pronounced] Montanist. and “the Leader into all truth,”8199
Anf-03 v.iv.v.xxxix Pg 51—if indeed they should forget God amidst the abundance and occupation of the world. Like this will be found the admonition of Moses,—so that He who delivers from “the snare” of that day is none other than He who so long before addressed to men the same admonition.5063
Luke xxi. 34, 35. [Here follows a rich selection of parallels to Luke xxi. 34–38.]
Anf-03 v.iv.v.xxxix Pg 56 must they resort to Him, who (having said by Isaiah, “The Lord giveth me the tongue of the learned”) added, “He hath appointed me the morning, and hath also given me an ear to hear.”5068
Luke xxi. 38.
Anf-02 vi.iii.iii.xi Pg 105.2
Anf-03 iv.xi.xix Pg 11 while the other, by being slaughtered, for His sake of course, knew what violence meant.1644
Matt. xxi. 15.
Anf-01 ix.ii.xxi Pg 7 but by a question on His own side, put them to utter confusion; by His thus not replying, according to their interpretation, He showed the unutterable nature of the Father. Moreover, when He said, “I have often desired to hear one of these words, and I had no one who could utter it,”2916
Matt. xxi. 23.
2916 Taken from some apocryphal writing. they maintain, that by this expression “one” He set forth the one true God whom they knew not. Further, when, as He drew nigh to Jerusalem, He wept over it and said, “If thou hadst known, even thou, in this thy day, the things that belong unto thy peace, but they are hidden from thee,”2917
Anf-03 vi.iii.iii Pg 3 This8552
Compare the Jews’ question, Matt. xxi. 23.
8552 Its authority. however, is found in abundance, and that from the very beginning. For water is one of those things which, before all the furnishing of the world, were quiescent with God in a yet unshapen8553
8553 Impolita. state. “In the first beginning,” saith Scripture, “God made the heaven and the earth. But the earth was invisible, and unorganized,8554
8554 Incomposita. and darkness was over the abyss; and the Spirit of the Lord was hovering8555
8555 Ferebatur. over the waters.”8556
Anf-03 vi.iii.x Pg 10 But if repentance is a thing human, its baptism must necessarily be of the same nature: else, if it had been celestial, it would have given both the Holy Spirit and remission of sins. But none either pardons sins or freely grants the Spirit save God only.8643
Matt. iii. 7–12; xxi. 23, 31, 32.
Anf-03 v.viii.xxxiii Pg 9 as in the parable of the fig-tree, which was spared a while in hopes of improvement—an emblem of Jewish sterility. Now, if even parables obscure not the light of the gospel, how unlikely it is that plain sentences and declarations, which have an unmistakeable meaning, should signify any other thing than their literal sense! But it is by such declarations and sentences that the Lord sets forth either the last judgment, or the kingdom, or the resurrection: “It shall be more tolerable,” He says, “for Tyre and Sidon in the day of judgment than for you.”7503
Such cases of obvious meaning, which required no explanation, are referred to in Matt. xxi. 45 and Luke xx. 19.
Edersheim Bible History
Lifetimes x.xii Pg 1.3
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 22
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Lu 21:37,38 Mt 21:12-15,23,45,46 Joh 7:25,26,30,45