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.
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 14
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Mr 11:15-18,27; 12:35 Mt 21:23 *etc: