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  • PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - Luke 5:37


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    LXX- Greek Septuagint - Luke 5:37

    και 2532 ουδεις 3762 βαλλει 906 5719 οινον 3631 νεον 3501 εις 1519 ασκους 779 παλαιους 3820 ει 1487 δε 1161 μηγε 3361 ρηξει 4486 5692 ο 3588 νεος 3501 οινος 3631 τους 3588 ασκους 779 και 2532 αυτος 846 εκχυθησεται 1632 5701 και 2532 οι 3588 ασκοι 779 απολουνται 622 5698

    Douay Rheims Bible

    And no man putteth new
    wine into old bottle: otherwise the new wine will break the bottles, and it will be spilled, and the bottles will be lost.

    King James Bible - Luke 5:37

    And no man putteth new
    wine into old bottles; else the new wine will burst the bottles, and be spilled, and the bottles shall perish.

    World English Bible

    No one puts new
    wine into old wineskins, or else the new wine will burst the skins, and it will be spilled, and the skins will be destroyed.

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    Luke 5:37

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

    Anf-01 ix.vi.xxxvi Pg 3
    Luke v. 36, 37.

    Let these men, therefore, either have nothing whatever to do with the prophets, as with those that are ancients, and allege no longer that these men, being sent beforehand by the Demiurge, spake certain things under that new influence which pertains to the Pleroma; or, on the other hand, let them be convinced by our Lord, when He declares that new wine cannot be put into old bottles.


    Anf-03 vi.iv.i Pg 9
    Matt. ix. 16, 17; Mark ii. 21, 22; Luke v. 36, 37.

    Besides, whatever had been in bygone days, has either been quite changed, as circumcision; or else supplemented, as the rest of the Law; or else fulfilled, as Prophecy; or else perfected, as faith itself. For the new grace of God has renewed all things from carnal unto spiritual, by superinducing the Gospel, the obliterator of the whole ancient bygone system; in which our Lord Jesus Christ has been approved as the Spirit of God, and the Word of God, and the Reason of God: the Spirit, by which He was mighty; the Word, by which He taught; the Reason, by which He came.8763

    8763 Routh suggests, “fortase quâ sensit,” referring to the Adv. Praxeam, c. 5.

    So the prayer composed by Christ has been composed of three parts. In speech,8764

    8764 Sermone.

    by which prayer is enunciated, in spirit, by which alone it prevails, even John had taught his disciples to pray,8765

    8765 This is Oehler’s punctuation. The edition of Pamelius reads: “So the prayer composed by Christ was composed of three parts: of the speech, by which it is enunciated; of the spirit, by which alone it prevails; of the reason, by which it is taught.”  Rigaltius and subsequent editors read, “of the reason, by which it is conceived;” but this last clause is lacking in the mss., and Oehler’s reading appears, as he says, to “have healed the words.” [Oehler’s punctuation must stand; but, the preceding sentence justifies the interpolation of Rigaltius and heals more effectually.]

    but all John’s doings were laid as groundwork for Christ, until, when “He had increased”—just as the same John used to fore-announce “that it was needful” that “He should increase and himself decrease”8766

    8766


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