The Parker Society for the Publication of the Works of the Fathers and Early Writers of the Reformed English Church. [Publications] Volume 8

The Parker Society for the Publication of the Works of the Fathers and Early Writers of the Reformed English Church. [Publications] Volume 8

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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. 1850 edition. Excerpt: ...Moses was5. Rhadamanthus also is supposed to have lived maShny after the days of Joshue, Moses his servant and successor. among the Grecians. l universa historia sacra, Lat.; all the sacred history. 2 He is by Augustine (de Civit. Dei, Lib. xvm. cap. 8 and 39) made a late contemporary of Moses. 3 In Euseb. Chron. A.m. 3765 aro placed "Rhadamanthus et Sarpedon reges Lyciorum." Moses is there placed from A.m. 3608 to 3728. Augustine (dc Civit. Dei, Lib. xvm. cap. 12.) places Rhadamanthus in the interval between the Exodus and the death of Joshua. 4 logislatorem suum, Lat.; their lawgiver. Lactantius, on the authority of Cicero (de Nat. Door. Lib. Hi.) having stated that there were five Mercuries, says: --quintum fuisso cum, a quo occisus sit Argus: ob eamque causam in Egyptum profugisse; atque Egyptiis leges ac litoras tradidisso. Hunc.lEgyptii Thoth appellant.--Lactant. Div. Instit. Lib. I. cap. 6. pp. 29, 30. Lugd. Bat. 1660. - Cecrops is placed by Abp. Usher, B.C. 1556, a little after the birth of Moses. In Euseb. Chron. under date A.m. 3615, it is said: Quidam scribunt Athlantem fratrem Promethei, et Argum cuncta cernentemhis fuisse temporibus; alii voro rotate Cccropis (i. o. A.m. 3640.) But the most famous lawgivers of the greatest and most m- image ancient nations did follow long after the death of Moses; factor two" disposed and wicked offenders. The judges are the overseers of judgment and justice; I mean, such as do justly according to the laws give sentence betwixt them that are at discord, which do defend and deliver the good, and punish and bridle the wicked. And so the judicial laws are those which inform the judges how to determine of controversies and questions, how to judge justly, how to punish the wicked, ...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 313g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236496949
  • 9781236496942