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Riddle, and to " " " object, Did the God of all then command by the all-wise Moses a thing of no account to be observed, with a punishment de creed against those that transgressed it ? Yes, I say : for a& far as regards the nature of the thing, of that, I mean, which done in the flesh, it is absolutely nothing, but it is pregnant with the graceful type of a mystery, or rather contains the hid den manifestation of the truth. For on the eighth x day Christ arose from the dead, and gave us the spiritual circumcision, is He commanded For Mat.
Quot; For very many were they that were astray, but were called through Christ and again are as thcv " " : " " : d many they Mai, whose extracts begin again impossible to say which MS. con- at this clause, has admitted at the tains this interpolation, as the let- end of the ters first sentence an interpo- lation so curious, that . . I and offered what is append : appointed in the law, a pair of turtles " it and two young pigeons, the type of temperance and gentleness, as well as also of each kind of life, marriage, namely, and celibacy, of both of which He is the LawFor you may say that the giver.
Cyril s ice, is used by him death, no was interference possible, seeing that justice it only the on subjected its to side. f) Offjus, that is, from main argument here it For as power of death. " THE GOSPEL OF Him thou LUKE. ST. 15 in the highest exaltation, possessed of transcendent glory ; set upon a throne high and lifted up;" wilt see Him " Is. vi. i. hear the Seraphim extolling Him in hymns, and Yea! full of His glory. saying that heaven and earth are of God the for come to this has even upon earth glory pass of multitude the a was and there the shepherds, shone thou wilt : upon it was which was glory.
A Commentary upon the Gospel according to S. Luke, by S. Cyril, Patriarch of Alexandria. Part I by R. Payne Smith