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  • PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - Mark 9:36


    CHAPTERS: Mark 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16     

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    LXX- Greek Septuagint - Mark 9:36

    και 2532 λαβων 2983 5631 παιδιον 3813 εστησεν 2476 5656 αυτο 846 εν 1722 μεσω 3319 αυτων 846 και 2532 εναγκαλισαμενος 1723 5666 αυτο 846 ειπεν 2036 5627 αυτοις 846

    Douay Rheims Bible

    And taking a
    child, he set him in the midst of them. Whom when he had embraced, he saith to them:

    King James Bible - Mark 9:36

    And he took a
    child, and set him in the midst of them: and when he had taken him in his arms, he said unto them,

    World English Bible

    He took a little
    child, and set him in the midst of them. Taking him in his arms, he said to them,

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    Anf-09 iv.iii.xxv Pg 14, Anf-09 xvi.ii.vi.xix Pg 5, Npnf-111 vi.xli Pg 15, Npnf-202 ii.ix.ix Pg 2

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    Mark 9:36

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

    Anf-01 v.xxiv Pg 5
    [A most remarkable statement. “References” may surely be traced, at least in Eusebius (iii. 36) and Irenæus (Adv. Hæres. v. 28), if not in Jerome, etc. But the sermon of St. Chrysostom (Opp. ii. 593) seems almost, in parts, a paraphrase.]

    This is certainly a very suspicious circumstance, and may well give rise to some hesitation in ascribing the authorship to the immediate companions and friends of Ignatius. On the other hand, however, this account of the death of Ignatius is in perfect harmony with the particulars recounted by Eusebius and Chrysostom regarding him. Its comparative simplicity, too, is greatly in its favour. It makes no reference to the legends which by and by connected themselves with the name of Ignatius. As is well known, he came in course of time to be identified with the child whom Christ (Matt. xviii. 2) set before His disciples as a pattern of humility. It was said that the Saviour took him up in His arms, and that hence Ignatius derived his name of Theophorus;1397

    1397 [See on this matter Jacobson’s note (vol ii. p. 262), and reference to Pearson (Vind. Ignat., part ii. cap. 12). The false accentuation (Θεόφορος) occurs in some copies to support the myth of the child Ignatius as the God-borne instead of the God-bearing; i.e., carried by Christ, instead of carrying the Spirit of Christ within.]

    that is, according to the explanation which this legend gives of the word, one carried by God. But in chap. ii. of the following narrative we find the term explained to mean, “one who has Christ in his breast;” and this simple explanation, with the entire silence preserved as to the marvels afterwards connected with the name of Ignatius, is certainly a strong argument in favour of the early date and probable genuineness of the account. Some critics, such as Usher and Grabe, have reckoned the latter part of the narrative spurious, while accepting the former; but there appears to be a unity about it which requires us either to accept it in toto, or to reject it altogether.1398

    1398 [But see the note in Jacobson, vol. ii. p.557.]


    Anf-01 v.i Pg 1
    <index subject1="Ignatius" subject2="introductory note to his Epistles" title="45" id="v.i-p1.1"/>[a.d. 30–107.] The seductive myth which represents this Father as the little child whom the Lord placed in the midst of his apostles (St. Matt. xviii. 2) indicates at least the period when he may be supposed to have been born. That he and Polycarp were fellow-disciples under St. John, is a tradition by no means inconsistent with anything in the Epistles of either. His subsequent history is sufficiently indicated in the Epistles which follow.


    Anf-02 vi.iii.i.v Pg 3.1


    Anf-03 vi.iii.xviii Pg 12
    Matt. xix. 14; Mark x. 14; Luke xviii. 16.

    Let them “come,” then, while they are growing up; let them “come” while they are learning, while they are learning whither to come;8732

    8732 Or, “whither they are coming.”

    let them become Christians8733

    8733 i.e. in baptism.

    when they have become able to know Christ.  Why does the innocent period of life hasten to the “remission of sins?” More caution will be exercised in worldly8734

    8734 Sæcularibus.

    matters: so that one who is not trusted with earthly substance is trusted with divine! Let them know how to “ask” for salvation, that you may seem (at least) to have given “to him that asketh.”8735

    8735


    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 9

    VERSE 	(36) - 

    Mr 10:16 Mt 18:2; 19:14,15


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