The Book of Wisdom; The Greek Text, the Latin Vulgate and the Authorised English Version with an Introduction, Critical Apparatus and a Commentary

The Book of Wisdom; The Greek Text, the Latin Vulgate and the Authorised English Version with an Introduction, Critical Apparatus and a Commentary

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ... 'EiruncoiTT) is used in a good or bad sense. Comp. iii. 7, and xiv. n. Here it means 'regard, respect/ (xix. 14), with an ironical turn, 'Qod is sure to regard him.' Comp. Gen. xxxvii. 20; Jer. xi. 19; xviii. 18. 'ek 6yuv a. 'ex sermonibus illius.' Vulg.'according to his words, ' as he boasts, vers. 16, 18. The Greek will hardly bear Mr. Churton's paraphrase: 'there shall be an inquiry into the truth of his words.' 21-24. Such views spring from wilful ignorance of the purpose of God who created man to be immortal, but death came into the world with sin by reason of the devil's envy. 21. 'EXoyio-. Koi irX., like ver. 1: tlnov iavroU Xoyjo-dptvoi owe 6p6 ts. This is one of the passages supposed (by Graetz and others) to have been introduced by a Christian copyist. The supposition is quite gratuitous, and unsupported by any evidence. 'AircTu$uo-, Aristot. Eth. Nic. VI. v. 6: fori yap f) KaKia (pOapriK)) dptfe. S. Athan. Hist. Arian. 71 (i. p. 386 Ben.): irv(pua-t yovv avrav iv rovrois Tt)v Sidvoiav 9 Kaxia. S. Ephr.'s translator (de Humil. 94) reads airripio-v. Comp. Eph. iv. 18. 22. Muo-nqpia 9. 'Sacramenta Dei, ' Vulg. See on vi. 22. 'The secret counsel of God' with regard to the trials of the just, and the reward that awaits them in the future life. Comp. iv. 17. For a similar use of the word in the N. T. see Rom. xvi. 25; Col. i. 26; Eph. i. 9. Ou8e -p. ylpas, sc. tivai, ' nor judged that there is a reward.' 'kuLpv. Rev. xiv. 5. 23. "Eir dOapo-i'o, 'with a view to incorruption, ' 'to be immortal' (comp. vi. 18, 19; 4 Mace. ix. 22, 33; 1 Cor. xv. 50, 53, 54), referring to the eternal life beyond the grave, as Bdvaros in the next verse denotes rather the second death than physical death. Gutb. 'Hominem inexterminabilem, ' Vulg....show more

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