PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - Luke 6:40
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As our Master, therefore, did not at once depart, taking flight [to heaven], but awaited the time of His resurrection prescribed by the Father, which had been also shown forth through Jonas, and rising again after three days was taken up [to heaven]; so ought we also to await the time of our resurrection prescribed by God and foretold by the prophets, and so, rising, be taken up, as many as the Lord shall account worthy of this [privilege].4719
LXX- Greek Septuagint - Luke 6:40 ουκ 3756 εστιν 2076 5748 μαθητης 3101 υπερ 5228 τον 3588 διδασκαλον 1320 αυτου 846 κατηρτισμενος 2675 5772 δε 1161 πας 3956 εσται 2071 5704 ως 5613 ο 3588 διδασκαλος 1320 αυτου 846
Douay Rheims Bible The disciple is not above his master: but every one shall be perfect, if he be as his master.
King James Bible - Luke 6:40 The disciple is not above his master: but every one that is perfect shall be as his master.
World English Bible A disciple is not above his teacher, but everyone when he is fully trained will be like his teacher.
Early Church Father Links Anf-01 ix.vii.xxxii Pg 11, Anf-02 vi.iv.ii.xvii Pg 3.2, Anf-03 v.iii.xxxiv Pg 8, Anf-03 v.iv.v.xvii Pg 35, Anf-07 ix.vi.i Pg 23, Anf-09 iv.iii.x Pg 30, Npnf-205 xiii.xiv Pg 14
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Anf-01 ix.vii.xxxii Pg 11
Luke vi. 40.
4719 The five following chapters were omitted in the earlier editions, but added by Feuardentius. Most mss., too, did not contain them. It is probable that the scribes of the middle ages rejected them on account of their inculcating millenarian notions, which had been long extinct in the Church. Quotations from these five chapters have been collected by Harvey from Syriac and Armenian mss. lately come to light.
Anf-02 vi.iv.ii.xvii Pg 3.2
Anf-03 v.iii.xxxiv Pg 8 Let the entire mass2219
Luke vi. 40.
2219 Universæ. of heresies choose, therefore, for themselves the times when they should appear, provided that the when be an unimportant point; allowing, too, that they be not of the truth, and (as a matter of course2220
2220 Utique.) that such as had no existence in the time of the apostles could not possibly have had any connection with the apostles. If indeed they had then existed, their names would be extant,2221
2221 Nominarentur et ipsæ. with a view to their own repression likewise. Those (heresies) indeed which did exist in the days of the apostles, are condemned in their very mention.2222
2222 Nominatione, i.e. by the apostles. If it be true, then, that those heresies, which in the apostolic times were in a rude form, are now found to be the same, only in a much more polished shape, they derive their condemnation from this very circumstance. Or if they were not the same, but arose afterwards in a different form, and merely assumed from them certain tenets, then, by sharing with them an agreement in their teaching,2223
2223 Prædicationis. they must needs partake in their condemnation, by reason of the above-mentioned definition,2224
2224 Fine. of lateness of date, which meets us on the very threshold.2225
2225 Præcedente. Even if they were free from any participation in condemned doctrine, they would stand already judged2226
2226 Præjudicarentur. [i.e. by Præscription.] on the mere ground of time, being all the more spurious because they were not even named by the apostles. Whence we have the firmer assurance, that these were (the heresies) which even then,2227
2227 i.e., in the days of the apostles, and by their mouth. were announced as about to arise.
Anf-03 v.iv.v.xvii Pg 35 Apelles ought to have remembered this—a corrector of Marcion, although his disciple.4126
Luke vi. 40.
4126 De discipulo. The heretic ought to take the beam out of his own eye, and then he may convict4127
4127 Revincat. the Christian, should he suspect a mote to be in his eye. Just as a good tree cannot produce evil fruit, so neither can truth generate heresy; and as a corrupt tree cannot yield good fruit, so heresy will not produce truth. Thus, Marcion brought nothing good out of Cerdon’s evil treasure; nor Apelles out of Marcion’s.4128
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 6
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