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1212 Literally, “imitators;” comp. Eph. v. 1.

1313 Comp. in the Greek, 2 Tim. i. 6.

1414 Eph. v. 2.

1515 This is wanting in the Greek.

1616 Or, “unspeakably beloved.”

1717 Or, “our most blessed deacon in all things pertaining to God.”

1818 Literally, “pattern.”

1919 Comp. 1 Cor. xvi. 18, etc.

2020 Comp. 2 Tim. i. 16.

2121 1 Cor. i. 10.

2222 Literally, “pattern.”

2323 Comp. 1 Cor. xvi. 18, etc.

2424 Comp. 2 Tim. i. 16.

2525 Comp. 1 Cor. xvi. 18, etc.

2626 1 Cor. i. 10.

2727 Comp. Philem. 8, 9.

2828 Comp. Philem. 8, 9.

2929 John viii. 29.

3030 1 Cor. xi. 1.

3131 Literally, “according to God.”

3232 Literally, “receiving a union to God in oneness.”

3333 John xvii. 11, 12.

3434 Matt. xviii. 19.

3535 Or, “already.”

3636 Prov. iii. 34; James iv. 6; 1 Pet. v. 5.

3737 Some read, “mixed up with.”

3838 Matt. xviii. 19.

3939 Literally, “in the assembly of sacrifices.”

4040 Matt. vii. 15.

4141 Or, “believeth not” (John iii. 36).

4242 Prov. iii. 34; James iv. 6; 1 Pet. v. 5.

4343 That is, “showing forbearance.”

4444 Comp. Matt. xxiv. 25.

4545 Or, “heresy.”

4646 Comp. Matt. xxiv. 25.

4747 Prov. xxii. 29, after LXX.

4848 Eph. iv. 4.

4949 Eph. iv. 5, 6.

5050 This clause is wanting in the Greek, and has been supplied from the ancient Latin version.

5151 Prov. x. 25, xi. 3.

5252 Isa. lvi. 10

5353 Or, “before the ages.”

5454 John i. 14.

5555 It is difficult to translate periyhma in this and similar passages; comp. 1 Cor. iv. 13.

5656 Literally, “and the.”

5757 1 Tim. iv. 10.

5858 Comp. 1 Pet. ii. 5.

5959 Comp. John xii. 32.

6060 Literally, “according to the other life.”

6161 John xiv. 24.

6262 John xvi. 13.

6363 John xvii. 4, 6.

6464 John xvi. 14.

6565 Ps. cxix. 1.

6666 John xiv. 6.

6767 John xiv. 6.

6868 1 Pet. ii. 9.

6969 Eph. i. 1.

7070 Literally, “permit.”

7171 The verb is here omitted in the original.

7272 Comp. Col. i. 23.

7373 Jer. viii. 4.

7474 Jer. xv. 19.

7575 Matt. v. 4.

7676 Num. xii. 3.

7777 Ps. cxxxi. 2.

7878 2 Tim. ii. 24, 25.

7979 Ps. vii. 4.

8080 1 Pet. ii. 23.

8181 1 Pet. ii. 23.

8282 Luke xxiii. 34.

8383 1 Pet. iv. 7.

8484 Literally, “Let nothing become you.”

8585 Rom. ii. 4.

8686 Phil. iii. 10.

8787 Literally, “ye are the passage of.”

8888 Literally, “footsteps.”

8989 Literally, “am like to.”

9090 Matt. xxiii. 35.

9191 Acts ix. 15.

9292 Literally, “his destruction.”

9393 Literally, “of heavenly and earthly things.”

9494 Eph. vi. 16.

9595 Eph. vi. 12.

9696 1 Tim. 1. 14.

9797 1 Tim. i. 5.

9898 Literally, “being in unity.”

9999 Comp. 1 John iii. 7.

100100 Matt. xii. 33.

101101 Literally, “there is not now the work of profession.”

102102 1 Tim. 1. 14.

103103 Luke x. 27.

104104 Luke x. 27.

105105 Matt. xii. 33.

106106 1 Cor. vi. 19.

107107 1 Cor. iv. 20.

108108 Rom. x. 10.

109109 Matt. v. 19.

110110 2 Cor. viii. 18.

111111 1 Cor. vi. 19.

112112 Comp. James i. 16.

113113 1 Cor. vi. 9, 10.

114114 Comp. James i. 16.

115115 1 Cor. vi. 9, 10.

116116 Deut. xxxii. 15.

117117 2 Cor. vi. 14–16.

118118 Comp. John xii. 7.

119119 Comp. John xii. 7.

120120 Song of Sol. i. 3, 4.

121121 Literally, “before the ages.”

122122 Again, periyhma, translated “offscouring,” 1 Cor. iv. 13.

123123 Comp. 1 Cor. i. 18.

124124 1 Cor. i. 20.

125125 Or, “economy,” or “dispensation.” Comp. Col. i. 25; 1 Tim. i. 4.

126126 1 Cor. i. 20.

127127 Literally, “before the ages.”

128128 Isa. vii. 14; Matt. i. 23.

129129 Literally, “of noise.”

130130 Or, “in the silence of God”—divine silence.

131131 Literally, “to the ages.”

132132 Literally, “of noise.”

133133 Some read, “bond.”

134134 Literally, “opinion.”

135135 Literally, “bareness.”

136136 Literally, “truth.”

137137 Literally, “an economy.”

138138 Or, “that which was perfect received a beginning from God.”

139139 The punctuation and meaning are here doubtful.

140140 Literally, “by name.”

141141 Literally, “by name.”

142142 Col. i. 15.

143143 Some render, “May I, in my turn, be the means of refreshing you and those,” etc.

144144 Literally, “to be found for.”

145145 Some render, “May I, in my turn, be the means of refreshing you and those,” etc.

146146 Some read, “even as.”

147147 Some omit, “Grace [be with you].”

11 Literally, “according to God.”

22 Literally, “of the most God-becoming name,” referring either to the appellation “Theophorus,” or to that of “martyr” or “confessor.”

33 Literally, “according to God.”

44 I Tim. iv. 10.

55 Comp. Gal. iv. 9.

66 1 Cor. x. 13.

77 The apodosis is here wanting in the original, but must evidently be supplied in some such way as above.

88 Literally, “worthy of God.”

99 Literally, “worthy of God.”

1010 Literally, “whom may I enjoy.”

1111 The apodosis is here wanting in the original, but must evidently be supplied in some such way as above.

1212 Literally, “to use the age of your bishop.”

1313 Literally, “according to.”

1414 Literally, “youthful condition.”

1515 Literally, “to flesh.”

1616 Job xxxii. 8, 9.

1717 Dan. xiii. (Apoc.).

1818 1 Sam. iii. 1.

1919 Jer. 1.7.

2020 1 Kings iii. 16.

2121 2 Kings xxii. xxiii.

2222 Dan. xiii. 52 (Apoc.).

2323 1 Tim. iv. 12.

2424 I Sam. viii. 7.

2525 Ex. xvi. 8.

2626 Num. xvi. 1.

2727 Num. xvi. 31.

2828 2 Sam. xviii. 14.

2929 Sheba is referred to under this name: see 2 Sam. xx. 22.

3030 2 Chron. xxvi. 20.

3131 1 Sam. xiii. 11.

3232 Luke vi. 46.

3333 The apodosis is wanting in the original, and some prefer finding it in the following sentence.

3434 Or, “after the likeness of His passion.”

3535 Or, “after the likeness of His passion.”

3636 Literally, “in harmony of God.”

3737 Literally, “before the ages.”

3838 Literally, “receiving the like manners of God.”

3939 The meaning is here doubtful.

4040 Literally, “in harmony of God.”

4141 Literally, “before the ages.”

4242 Dan. ii. 44, vii. 14, 27.

4343 John v. 30.

4444 Or, “contrary to his judgment.”

4545 Some have argued that the Gnostic Sigh, silence, is here referred to, and have consequently inferred that this epistle could not have been written by Ignatius.

4646 1 Tim. i. 4.

4747 2 Cor. v. 17.

4848 Some read uposthsanti, “that gave Him His hypostasis, or substance.”

4949 Literally, “in old things.”

5050 Or, “newness of.”

5151 Or, “according to.”

5252 Literally, “we have received to believe.”

5353 Comp. Matt. xxvii. 52.

5454 John v. 46.

5555 John viii. 56, 58.

5656 Isa. xxxv. 4.

5757 2 Thess. iii. 10.

5858 Gen. iii. 19.

5959 Reference is here made to well-known Jewish opinions and practices with respect to the Sabbath. The Talmud fixes 2000 cubits as the space lawful to be traversed. Philo (De Therap.) refers to the dancing, etc.

6060 Ps. vi. xii. (inscrip.).

6161 Phil. iii. 18, 19.

6262 2 Tim. iii. 4.

6363 Literally, “whirlpools of wealth.”

6464 Literally, “according to Christianity.”

6565 Some read, “to name.”

6666 Literally, “believe into,” merge into.

6767 Ps. cxxx. 3.

6868 Isa. lxii. 2, 12.

6969 Acts xi. 26.

7070 1 Cor. v. 7.

7171 Or, “enemy.”

7272 Matt. iii. 9; Isa. xli. 8; James ii. 23. Some read, “children of God, friends of Abraham.”

7373 Gen. xxviii. 14.

7474 Acts xiii. 48.

7575 i.e., addicted to the error of Judaizing.

7676 1 Tim. i. 1.

7777 i.e., addicted to the error of Judaizing.

7878 2 Tim. iv. 1; Rom. ii. 6.

7979 Some read, “of you.”

8080 Literally, “are reverent.”

8181 Prov. xviii. 17. (LXX).

8282 Literally, “are reverent.”

8383 Prov. xviii. 17. (LXX).

8484 Isa. xliii. 26.

8585 Luke xvii. 10.

8686 Luke xvi. 15.

8787 Luke xviii. 13.

8888 Some read, “Jacob.”

8989 Gen. xviii. 27; Job xxx. 19.

9090 1 Chron. xvii. 16.

9191 Num. xii. 3.

9292 Ex. iv. 10.

9393 Luke xiv. 11.

9494 Literally, “well-woven.”

9595 Literally, “of being sprinkled with dew.” [N.B.—In cap. ix., note 6, the reference is to the title of these two psalms, as rendered by the LXX. Ei" to telo" uper th" ogdoh".]

9696 Literally, “of being fed as by a shepherd.”

11 Some render, “in the resurrection which is by Him.”

22 Either, “the whole members of the Church,” or, “in the fulness of blessing.”

33 Either, “as an apostle,” or, “in the apostolic form.”

44 Either, “the whole members of the Church,” or, “in the fulness of blessing.”

55 Either, “as an apostle,” or, “in the apostolic form.”

66 Literally, “not according to use, but according to nature.”

77 Literally, “not for use, but for a possession.”

88 It is doubtful whether this exhortation is addressed to the deacons or people; whether the former are urged in all respects to please the latter, or the latter in all points to be pleased with the former.

99 Heb. xiii. 17.

1010 Literally, “commandment.” The text, which is faulty in the ms., has been amended as above by Smith.

1111 Literally, “no Church is called.”

1212 Or, “pattern.”

1313 Literally, “great instruction.”

1414 Some here follow a text similar to that of the longer recension.

1515 Both the text and meaning are here very doubtful; some follow the reading of the longer recension.

1616 Or, “conjunction.”

1717 Or, “pattern.”

1818 Literally, “I know many things in God.”

1919 A different turn altogether is given to this passage in the longer recension.

2020 1 Cor. i. 31.

2121 Or, “confirmed.”

2222 Omitted in the ms.

2323 Or, “stations.”

2424 Literally, “passing by this;” but both text and meaning are doubtful.

2525 eboulomhn apparently by mistake for edunamhn.

2626 Literally, “passing by this;” but both text and meaning are very doubtful.

2727 Or, “varieties of.”

2828 The ellipsis in the original is here very variously supplied.

2929 Literally, “interweave.”

3030 Or, “sweetly.”

3131 The construction is here difficult and doubtful.

3232 1 Cor. i. 10.

3333 Tit. i. 10.

3434 Literally, “Christ-sellers.”

3535 2 Cor. ii. 17.

3636 Literally, “sweet address.”

3737 Apost. Constitutions, vi. 13.

3838 Supplied from the old Latin version.
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