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And now, whilst he read the text after this manner, corrupfions urged it thus against the Deity of Christ, one would suspect, that if this had not been the received public reading in the Greek churches, his adversaries would have fallen foul upon him, and exclaimed against him for falsifying the text, and blasphemously saying it was a created thing, which the Scripture calls ” God manifested in the flesh.

An Historical Account of Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture

Quid ergo magnum est illud sacramentum quod manifestatum est in carne? And I have done it the more freely because to you who understand the many abuses which they of the Roman Church have put upon the world, it will scarce be ungratefull to be convinced of one more than is commonly believed.

So also one of the Arians in a homily, printed in Fulgentius’s works, reads o, and interprets it of the Son of God, who was.

It was easier to change a letter or two in the Greek, than six words in the Latin. Had he read Qeoc, he would never have left out that authentic and demonstrative word, and by way hidtorical interpretation for pvzripiov Geoc written Xpithis was not to argue against Nestorius, but to spoil the argument which lay before him.

And whereas one Joachim interpreted this unity to be only in love and consent, it being thus said of the Spirit, Water, and Blood, in some copies, ‘these Three are One’;” Thomas notablr, “That this last clause is not extant in the true copies; but was added by the Arians for perverting the sense. Dein, loco ex scriptue citato, pergit. Beda in his commentary on the place reads it thus: Sir Isaac Historica, is a hero of mine.

And that this was Cyprian’s meaning, e [5] Facundus, an African Bishop in the sixt Century is my author. Hunc enim mutasse ubi habet Qui …. Peter Cholinus notes in the margin of his Latine Edition of the scriptures printed A. If, in the first case, it does not witness to men, to whom does it witness? Later, Frederick Nolan inEbenezer Henderson in and Scdipture William Burgon in the Revision Revised in all contributed substantially to the verse discussion.


An unabridged, unaltered edition to include all Latin and Greek text with original footnotes exactly reprinted from the Horsley Edition of Sir Isaac Newton’s Works, Vol. And as for the Greeks, Cyril of Alexandria reads the text without this testimony in the xivth ot of his Thesaurus, cap. Now the truth of this history will appear by considering the arguments on both sides. Spiritussaith he, secundum justiciam reple vit [hoc] quod creatum est[nempe] hoc quod manifesta tum est in carne, justificatum est in spiritu.

Wikisource has original text related to this article: Propter hoc admonui te ne fallaris.

Some of these items ship sooner than the others. Incipit Prologus in Epistolas canonicas. In those ages St. But to us Thomas Aquinas is no Apostle. Now the truth of this history will appear by considering the arguments on both sides. Austin is one of those many, as you may see in his third book against Maximus: Scholiorum teste Photio MS. Such men may use corruptkons Apostle Iohn as they please: Get to Know Us.

In qua etiam ab infidelibus translato- ribus, multum erratum esse a fidei veritate comperinjus, trium tantummodo vocabula, hoc est. But as for the authority of the Pope, that fell again with Rome in the Gothic wars, and slept till Phocas revived it.

So then the testimony of ” the Three in Heaven,” which, in the times of these controversies, would have been in everybody’s mouth, had it been in their books, was wholly unknown to the churches of those ages.

Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture (part 1: ff. ) (Normalized Version)

Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture part 1: Finally, Newton considered the sense and context of kf verse, concluding that removing the interpolation makes “the sense plain and natural, and the argument full and strong; but if you insert the testimony of ‘the Three in Heaven’ you interrupt and spoil it. I have had so short corrupptions time to run my eye over authors, that I cannot tell whether, upon further search, more passages about this falsation may not hereafter occur pertinent to the argument.


Quia tres sunt testes spiritus aqua et sanguis, et hi tres unum sunt in Christo Iesu. 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. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. If it be pretended that the words cited by Cyprian are taken out of the seventh verse rather then out of the eighth because he reads not Hi tres in unum sunt but hi tres unum sunt I answer that the Latines generally read hi tres unum sunt as well in the eighth verse as in the seventh as you may see in the newly cited places of S.

The objection of the Eunomians, and the answer of the Catholics, sufficiently show that it was in the books of neither party. The textual history of both passages is detailed, showing exactly when and how they became corrupted. And this prologue which he goes on to cite at length, and of which we gave 1 ” Sciendum est, hoc loco codices apertissimfe esse cor- ruptos; nostros vero veritatem ipsam, ut 3.

The same reading also Cyril of Alexandria met with in the manuscripts of Egypt above eleven hundred years ago, as you may see in his citations of the text, both in his Thesaurus lib. Ambrose, in the sixth chapter of his first book, De Spiritu Sancto, disputing for the unity of the Three Persons, says, ” Hi Tres Unum sunt, Johannes dixit, aqua, sanguis, et spiritus: For though Beza tells us that all the Greek manuscripts read 9eoc, yet I must tell Beza’s readers, that all his manuscripts read o.

To the same Vigilius he asserts also the book De unitd Deitate Trinitatis. Is it not plain, that every man is in the flesh, and cannot otherwise be seen by any body?

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