Philip schaff, D. D., LL. D., Professor in the union theological seminary, new york. In connection with a number of patristic scholars of europe and america



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88 Ps. ciii. 18, coirogrullivoi", Sept. (civ. English version).

99 The Donatists, holding the validity of Baptism to depend on the holiness of the minister, made it, in fact, man’s act, man’s gift. St. Augustin answers, Baptism is Christ’s, not man’s, and that “as His, it availeth equally to whom, however unequal they through whom, it is given.” Ep. 93, ad Vinc. Don § 47. See other passages, Tract. 67, on Holy Baptism, p. 192 sqq.

1010 Isa. lxv. 5.

1111 The Collatio Carthag. of which part of the acts remain. See also St. Augustin, See also St. Augustin, Brev. Coll. c. Don. and Ad Don. post Collat. In it the Donatists being entirely confuted by St. Augustin, larger numbers than before joined the Church. Poss. Vit. c. 13.

1212 Cognitore. Marcellinus, see Serm. xiii. (lxiii. Ben) 18 (xii.) note.

1313 Ps. xxvi. 4, Sept.

1414 1Tim. i. 7.

1515 Matt. xviii. 18.

1616 John xx. 22.

1717 John xx. 23.

1818 1 Cor. iii. 16.

1919 1 Cor. vi. 19.

2020 Acts viii. 5.

2121 Acts viii. 14.

2222 Acts viii. 17.

2323 Acts viii. 19–21.

2424 Acts i. 15.

2525 Acts viii. 28.

2626 Acts viii. 29.

2727 Acts viii. 36, etc.

2828 St. Augustin probably conceives of the presence of the Holy Ghost, which “caught away Philip,” as sanctifying the Eunich. “He went on his way rejoicing,” his Baptism being perfected. St Augustine is followed by the Gloss Ord.

2929 Acts. x. 25.

3030 Acts x. 44.

3131 1 Cor. iv. 16, xi. 1.

3232 Phil. ii. 21.

3333 Matt. xxiii. 3.

11 Luke ix. 57.

22 Phil. ii. 21.

33 Matt. vii. 21.

44 John ii. 25.

55 Luke ix. 58.

66 Luke ix. 59.

77 Eph. vi. 2.

88 Luke ix. 60.

99 Cant. ii. 4, Sept.

1010 2 Macc. vii. 22.

1111 Luke ix. 61.

1212 Luke ix. 62.

1313 Rom. xi. 3, etc.

1414 Isa. i. 9.

1515 Rom. xi. 5, 6.

1616 Praesumis.

11 Luke x. 2.

22 1 Cor. xv. 10.

33 1 Cor. iii. 6.

44 1 Cor. xv. 9.

55 Gal. ii. 1, etc.

66 Acts xvii. 18 spermolovgo".

77 Luke x. 2.

88 Luke x. 3.

99 Sacramenta.

1010 John iv. 25, 26.

1111 John iv. 27.

1212 John iv. 35.

1313 John iv. 38.

1414 Rom. xv. 20.

1515 John xv. 5.

1616 Luke viii. 5.

1717 Difficiles.

1818 Vitiosae.

1919 i.e. to appoint the exercises of penance: see Sermon lx. (cx. Ben) (i.).

2020 John viii. 44.

2121 Luke x. 4–6.

2222 John xv. 5.

2323 1 Pet. ii. 21.

2424 Rom. xii. 16.

2525 Exod. iii. 5.

2626 Luke iii. 16.

2727 Praviter.

2828 Stoliditatem.

2929 Luke x. 15.

3030 Salutem.

3131 Phil. ii. 21.

3232 Salutem.

3333 Matt. xxiii. 3.

3434 1 Cor. iv. 16, xi. 1; Sermon xxiv. (lxxiv. Ben.) 4.

3535 Salutem.

3636 Phil i. 18, 19. profavsei; per occasionem, Vulgate.

3737 Jer. viii. 11.

3838 Luke ii. 14, Vulg.

11 Luke x. 16.

22 Luke xvi. 19, etc.

33 Luke xvi. 22–24.

44 Temporis.

55 Luke xvi. 25.

66 Ps. cxxv. 6, Sept. (cxxvi. English version).

11 Phil. ii. 7.

22 Matt. iv. 11.

33 1 Kings xvii. 6.

44 John i. 11, 12.

55 Meruerunt.

66 Matt. xxv. 40.

77 Ps. xlvi. 10.

88 Luke x. 41.

99 Luke x. 42.

1010 St. Augustin is explaining the words unum opus est, which in themselves might mean, “there is one work,” or as in the text.

1111 1 Cor. i. 10.

1212 Phil. ii. 2, 3.

1313 John xvii. 22.

1414 Acts iv. 32.

1515 Ps. xxxiv. 3.

1616 Supernum.

1717 1 Cor. ix. 11.

1818 Heb. xiii. 2.

1919 Luke x. 42.

2020 harelqwn;transiens, Vulgate.

2121 Luke xii. 37.

2222 Matt. viii. 11.

2323 John xiii. 1.

2424 metabhv; transeat, Vulgate.

11 Luke x. 41, 42.

22 Ventris.

33 Vacent.

44 Gen. i. 31.

55 Peregrinationem.

66 John i. 1.

77 John i. 14.

88 Ps lxxiii. 28.

99 1 Thess. iii. 8.

1010 1 Cor. iii. 7.

11 Luke xi. 5.

22 Luke xviii. 2.

33 Ecclus. xxix. 27.

44 Merearis.

55 Rom. xii. 3.

66 Ps. cxix. 49.

77 Rom. v. 5.

88 1 Cor. xiii. 13.

99 Luke xi. 11–13.

1010 Cant. iv. 8, Sept. See on St. Cyprian, Ep. p. 278, note n.

1111 2 Cor. xi. 2, 3.

1212 Eph. iii. 17.

1313 Phil. iii. 13.

1414 As by the irruption of the barbarian tribes.

1515 Gen. xix. 26.

1616 Rom. viii. 24, 25.

1717 2 Cor. iv. 18.

1818 Munde immunde.

1919 Alimenta mentiris.

2020 Ps. xxxiv. 1.

2121 Job i. 21, Sept.

2222 Ps. cxlvii. 2.

2323 Ps. cxxvii. 1.

2424 Ps. cxxi. 4.

2525 Gal. iii. 16.

2626 Gal. iii. 29.

2727 Gen. xii. 3 and xxii. 18.

2828 Luke xii. 35, 36.

2929 Mark xiii. 8.

3030 Luke i. 33.

3131 Virg. Aeneid, i. 282–283 (Dryden).

3232 Luke xxi. 33.

3333 Georg. ii. 489.

3434 Ad delicias.

3535 Matt. xxiii. 37.

3636 1 Cor. iv. 12, 13.

3737 Ps. cxv. 4.

3838 Ps. cxv. 5.

3939 Tutelary goddess of Carthage. De Civit. Dei, ii. 4 and 26; Ps. 62, § 7, 98, § 14. Tert. Apol. i. 12, 24.

4040 By Alaric, Gibbon, vol. 4, 109, etc.

4141 King of the Goths, who invaded Italy, A.D. 406, four years before the taking of Rome by Alaric, 410, Gibbon, Rom. Emp. vol. 4, 31–38.

4242 Ps. xxxiv. 1.

11 Luke xi. 39.

22 Acts xv. 9.

33 1 Pet. iii. 20, 21.

44 Luke xi. 41.

55 Matt. xxiii. 23.

66 Luke xi. 42.

77 Ecclus. xxx. 23, Vulgate.

88 Matt. xxii. 37, etc.

99 John vi. 41.

11 pavsh", for th`", pleonexia"—A. B. D. K. L. M. Q. X., etc., Verss. ap. Scholz. Griesbach regards it as the more probable reading. [Tischendorf, Westcott and Hort read pavsh" with a

22 Luke xii. 15.

33 Luke xii. 13.

44 Ps. lxxxii. 6.

55 Luke xii. 14.

66 1 Cor. i. 10.

77 1 Cor. i. 12, 13.

88 Luke xii. 15.

99 Luke xii. 16.

1010 Successerat.

1111 Luke xii. 18, 19.

1212 Luke xii. 20.

1313 Iniquius.

1414 Vid. Serm. xxii. (lxxii. Ben.) 4 (iii.); xxxii. (lxxxii. Ben.) 14 (xi.); xxxv. (lxxxv. Ben).

1515 Casulem.

1616 Ventres.

1717 Ezek ix. 4.

1818 Against the Donatists.

1919 Ezek ix. 6.

2020 Divinitate.

2121 In allusion to the Circumcelliones amongst the Donatists. See ab. p. 305, note.

2222 Quibus male inhaesisti.

2323 Proscribor.

2424 Job i. 21.

2525 Ps. cxxxii. 9.

2626 Wisd. i. 11.

11 Matt. xxviii. 20.

22 Rom. vi. 9.

33 John i. 10.

44 The troubles through the incursions of the barbarian tribes, as heralds of the end. See St. Cyprian, Ad Demetr. 2, p. 201, Oxf. tr.; De Mort. v. 2, p. 216, 7.

55 Matt. v. 15.

66 Matt. v. 16.

77 Luke xii. 35.

88 Ps. xxxiv. 14.

99 Luke xii. 36.

1010 Ps. xxxiv. 14.

1111 Acts xxiv. 25.

1212 Ps. xxxiv. 12.

1313 Ps. xxxiv. 11.

1414 Ps. xxxiv. 13.

11 Matt. iv 17.

22 Matt. iii. 2.

33 Luke xvii. 20.

44 Luke xvii. 21.

55 Praeceptoris.

66 Luke xii. 58, 59.

77 Col. i. 13.

88 Luke xii. 58.

99 Matt. v. 25.

1010 Serm. ix. 3. De decem chordis.

1111 Exod. xx. 13, etc.

11 Gen. iii. 7.

22 Gen. ii. 25.

33 Luke xiii. 8, 9.

44 Matt. iii. 2.

55 Ps. viii. 4.

66 Ps. cxvi. 11.

77 Ps. ix. 19.

88 1 Pet. iii. 20.

99 Ps. xvii. 45, Sept. (cxliv. 11).

1010 Conf. B. x. 67–70 (42, 43).

1111 Matt. xxvii. 40.

1212 A paranomasia not to be preserved in the original, dilata est securis, noli esse secura.

1313 Ps. xliv. 11, Sept. (xlv. 10, English version).

1414 Chirographum.

1515 Rom. xi. 35.

1616 Planè.

1717 Matt. vi. 10.

1818 Matt. xxv. 34.

1919 Cautionem.

11 Luke xiii. 21.

22 Ps. cxxxv. 5.

33 I.uke xiii. 23.

44 Luke xiii. 24.

55 Matt. vii. 13, 14.

66 Luke iii. 17.

77 Matt. viii. 11.

88 Rev. vii. 9.

99 Ps. cxxxv. 5.

1010 Senis.

1111 Dignemini.

11 See Serm. xl. (xc. Ben.).

22 Ps. lxxx. 7.

33 Luke xiv. 16.

44 1 Tim. ii. 5.

55 Villam, Vulgate.

66 Luke xiv. 18–20.

77 John xx. 25.

88 John xx. 29.

99 Temporalem.

1010 John xii. 3.

1111 1 Cor. xi. 29.

1212 Luke xiv. 15.

1313 John vi. 51.

1414 John xx. 27.

1515 1 Cor. xv. 32.

1616 1 John ii. 15.

1717 Ps. liv. 7, Sept. (6, English version).

1818 1 John ii. 15, 16, Vulgate.

1919 Proprietas.

2020 Luke xxiv. 38, 39.

2121 Carpsimus.

2222 2 Cor. viii. 9.

2323 Matt. ix. 12, Vulgate.

2424 Ps xvii. 5.

2525 Ps. xiii. 3.

2626 Luke xiv. 22, 23.

2727 This alludes to the laws made against the Donatists by the Christian Emperors. See St. Augustin’s Epis. 195, and especially § 24.

11 Matt. xxv. 35, etc.

22 Matt. xxv. 40.

33 Lucrum.

44 Eructuasti.

55 Ps. iv. 4, Sept.

66 Ps. li. 9.

77 Luke xix. 2, etc.

88 Luke xix. 9.

99 Job i. 21.

1010 Matt. vi. 20; Luke xii. 33.

1111 Ps cxliv. 11, etc., Sept.

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