Anf-01 ix.iii.xxi Pg 15 and he was called the “son of perdition”3108
Mark xiv. 21.
Anf-03 v.iii.xxx Pg 8 So that no man may from this defend heresies. If we must likewise touch the descent2162
Mark. xiv. 21.
2162 Stemma. The reading of the Cod. Agobard. is “stigma,” which gives very good sense. of Apelles, he is far from being “one of the old school,”2163
2163 Vetus. like his instructor and moulder, Marcion; he rather forsook the continence of Marcion, by resorting to the company of a woman, and withdrew to Alexandria, out of sight of his most abstemious2164
2164 Sanctissimi. This may be an ironical allusion to Marcion’s repudiation of marriage. master. Returning therefrom, after some years, unimproved, except that he was no longer a Marcionite, he clave2165
2165 Impegit. to another woman, the maiden Philumene (whom we have already2166
2166 In chap. vi. p. 246 above. mentioned), who herself afterwards became an enormous prostitute. Having been imposed on by her vigorous spirit,2167
2167 Energemate. Oehler defines this word, “vis et efficacia dæmonum, quibus agebatur.” [But see Lardner, Credib. viii. p. 540.] he committed to writing the revelations which he had learned of her. Persons are still living who remember them,—their own actual disciples and successors,—who cannot therefore deny the lateness of their date. But, in fact, by their own works they are convicted, even as the Lord said.2168
Edersheim Bible History
Lifetimes x.x Pg 95.2
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 14
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