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  • PARALLEL HISTORY BIBLE - Matthew 7:20


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    LXX- Greek Septuagint - Matthew 7:20

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    Wherefore by their fruits you shall know them.

    King James Bible - Matthew 7:20

    Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.

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    Therefore, by their fruits you will know them.

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    Anf-06 vii.iii.xiv Pg 7, Anf-09 iv.iii.x Pg 61, Npnf-102 iv.XVI.2 Pg 6, Npnf-110 iii.XXIII Pg 156, Npnf-203 vi.xi.iii.v Pg 2

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    Matthew 7:20

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

    Anf-01 viii.ii.xvi Pg 8
    Matt. vii. 21, etc.; Luke xiii. 26; Matt. xiii. 42, Matt. vii. 15, 16; 19.

    And as to those who are not living pursuant to these His teachings, and are Christians only in name, we demand that all such be punished by you.


    Anf-03 v.iii.xxx Pg 15
    Matt. vii. 16.

    For since Marcion separated the New Testament from the Old, he is (necessarily) subsequent to that which he separated, inasmuch as it was only in his power to separate what was (previously) united. Having then been united previous to its separation, the fact of its subsequent separation proves the subsequence also of the man who effected the separation.  In like manner Valentinus, by his different expositions and acknowledged2169

    2169 Sine dubio.

    emendations, makes these changes on the express ground of previous faultiness, and therefore demonstrates the difference2170

    2170 Alterius fuisse. One reading is anterius; i.e., “demonstrates the priority” of the book he alters.

    of the documents. These corrupters of the truth we mention as being more notorious and more public2171

    2171 Frequentiores.

    than others. There is, however, a certain man2172

    2172 Nescio qui.

    named Nigidius, and Hermogenes, and several others, who still pursue the course2173

    2173 Ambulant.

    of perverting the ways of the Lord. Let them show me by what authority they come!  If it be some other God they preach, how comes it that they employ the things and the writings and the names of that God against whom they preach? If it be the same God, why treat Him in some other way? Let them prove themselves to be new apostles!2174

    2174 Compare de Carne Christi, chap. ii. [Elucidation IV.]

    Let them maintain that Christ has come down a second time, taught in person a second time, has been twice crucified, twice dead, twice raised! For thus has the apostle described (the order of events in the life of Christ); for thus, too, is He2175

    2175 Christ; so Routh.

    accustomed to make His apostles—to give them, (that is), power besides of working the same miracles which He worked Himself.2176

    2176 We add Oehler’s reading of this obscure passage: “Sic enim apostolus descripsit, sic enim apostolos solet facere, dare præterea illis virtutem eadem signa edendi quæ et ipse.” [“It is worthy of remark” (says Kaye, p. 95), “that he does not appeal to any instance of the exercise of miraculous powers in his own day.”]

    I would therefore have their mighty deeds also brought forward; except that I allow their mightiest deed to be that by which they perversely vie with the apostles.  For whilst they used to raise men to life from the dead, these consign men to death from their living state.


    Npnf-201 iv.vi.iii.lxiii Pg 3


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