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Referenced In Joshua Yes, truly, those Arians were crafty knaves, that could conspire so cunningly and slily all the world over at once as at the word of a Mithridates in the latter end of the reign of the emperor Constantius, to get all men’s books in their hands, and correct them without being perceived: And that this testimony was wanting in all Stephens’s manuscripts, is apparent also by its being generally wanting in the manuscripts which are now extant in France.
These are the Latines as late or later then Ierome. In 1 Corinth, xv. Eugenius bishop of Carthage, in the seventh year of Hun- neric king of the Vandals, anno Chnstiin the summary of his faith exhibited to the king, cited it the first of any man, so far as I can find.
An Historical Account of Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture
Austin is one of those many, as you may see in his third book against Maximus: To the same Vigilius he asserts also the book De unitd Deitate Trinitatis.
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For they act according to their religion but we contrary to ours. For Cyprian in another place repeats almost the same thing b  “If, saith he, [one baptized amongst heretics] be made the Temple of God, tell me I pray of what God: Luke, that ” publicans justified God” by receiving John’s baptism? Cyprian being used to it in his master’s writings, it seems from thence to have dropt into his: His adversaries do not so much as tell him that Oeoc was in the text. Quia tres sunt qui testimonium dant, spiritus et aqua et sanguis et hi tres unum sunt.
So that it seems he stood upon the illegality of the Council.
Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. But I accuse him not. Peter Cholinus notes in the margin of his Latin edition of the Scriptures, printed anno Christi andthat it was wanting in the most ancient manuscript of the Tugurine library.
For God has been made Man, and Man God. For whereas Nes- torius said it was a creature which was justified, Cassian tells him, that if he had read the whole text, he would have found that it was ” the mystery of godliness. Historicwl had the reading been dubious before he made it so, no man would have charged him with falsification for following either part.
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Set up a giveaway. And even Cypri an’s own words do plainly make for this interpre tation. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. And therefore he that shall hereafter meet with it in any book, ought first, before he insist upon the authority of that book, to.
Scrpiture that time the Greek church had been long divided about the council of Chalcedon. Let those who have such a manuscript, at length tell us where it is. Yea in the 11 th chapter of his third book, he fully recites the Text thus. John, reads it thus: Now this plainly respects corruptipns Latin copies for Thomas understood not Greekand therefore part of the design of this annotation is to set right the Latin reading.
Thus Beza argues from Stephens book of collations: Had he read Qeoc, he would never have left out that authentic and demonstrative word, and by way of interpretation for pvzripiov Geoc written Xpithis was not to argue against Nestorius, but to spoil the argument which lay before him. Now the truth of this history will appear by considering the arguments on both sides. Quia tres sunt testes spiritus aqua et sanguis, et hi tres unum sunt in Christo Iesu.
For had it been in Cyprian’s Bible, the Latines of the next age, when all the world was engaged in disputing about the Trinity, and all arguments that could be thought of were diligently sought out, and daily brought upon the stage, could never have been ignorant of a text, which in our age, now the dispute is over, is chiefly insisted upon. In those ages St.
And that this was Cyprians meaning, e  Facundus, an African Bishop in the sixth century is my author. And so it continued in his two following editions: