A Critical and Historical Introduction to the Canonical Scriptures of the Old Testatment, Volume 1

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C.C. Little and J. Brown, 1843
 

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1843, describes primary sources (with some English translations) for Theodotion, Aquila, and Symmachus and their Greek translations of the Old Testament (Tanakh)

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Page 62 - Beveridge places them at the end of the second, or the beginning of the third century.
Page 31 - Amram to Moses ; Moses to Joshua ; Joshua to the Elders ; the Elders to the Prophets ; the Prophets to the Wise Men ; and then from one to the other down to Solomon. The sign of distress is very little different from that of the Freemasons.
Page 201 - Hamadani, who flourished towards the end of the third and the beginning of the fourth century...
Page 116 - Si quis autem libros ipsos integros cum omnibus suis partibus, prout in Ecclesia Catholica legi consueverunt, et in veteri vulgata Latina editione habentur, pro sacris et canonicis non susceperit; et traditiones praedictas sciens et prudens contempserit; anathema sit.
Page 53 - Jesus which he spake, teaching gentleness and long-suffering : for thus he said :* ' Be ye merciful, that ye may obtain mercy ; forgive, that it may be forgiven unto you ; as you do, so shall it be done unto you ; as you give, so shall it be given unto you ; as ye judge, so shall ye be judged ; as ye show kindness, so shall kindness be shown unto you : with what measure ye mete, with the same shall it be measured to you.
Page 300 - So they read in the book in the law of God distinctly, and gave the sense, and caused them to understand the reading.
Page 74 - ... quoted by Polycarp is a text found in the collection at this day. What also the same Polycarp hath elsewhere quoted in the same manner, may be considered as proved to belong to the collection ; and this comprehends...
Page 60 - ... somewhat more explicitly, to the evidences of which we are still in possession, and which positively evince its genuineness, it being understood that these evidences, although extensively applicable to the disputed books, and particularly to the Apocalypse, bear, with a preeminent degree of force, on the four Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, the thirteen Epistles of Paul,* and the first Epistles of John and Peter.
Page 284 - James's Treatise on the Corruptions of Scripture, Councils, and Fathers, by the Prelates, Pastors, and Pillars of the Church of Rome.
Page 329 - There be two manner of nations which my heart abhorreth, and the third is no nation: they that sit upon the mountain of Samaria, and they that dwell among the Philistines, and that foolish people that dwell in Sichem.

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