Codex apocryphus Novi Testamenti: The uncanonical Gospels and other writings, referring to the first ages of Christianity; in the original languages: collected together from the editions ofFabricius, Thilo, and others, Volume 1

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John Allen Giles
D. Nutt, 1852
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Page 281 - Ananias, et introivit in domum, et imponens ei manus, dixit : Saule frater, Dominus misit me Jesus, qui apparuit tibi in via qua veniebas, ut videas, et implearis Spiritu Sancto.
Page 62 - Egredietur virgo de radiée Jesse, et flos de radiée « ejus ascendet, et requiescet super eum spiritus Domini, spiritus sapientiœ et intellectus, spiritus consilii et fortitudinis, spiritus scientiœ et pietatis, et replebit eum spiritus timoris Domini.
Page 65 - David, noli timere, hoc est, ne velis fornicationis suspicionem in virgine » habere, vel aliquid sinistrum cogitare, ñeque timeas earn in uxorem ducere. Quod enim in ea natum est et nunc animum tuum angit, non hominis sed spiritus sancti est opus. Pariet enim omnium virgo sola Dei f ilium, et vocabis nomen e jus Jesum, id est 20 Salvatorem, ipse enim salvum faciet populum suum a peccatis eorum.
Page 203 - Nunc dimittis servum tuum, Domine, secundum verbum tuum, in pace : quia viderunt oculi mei salutare tuum : quod parasti ante faciem omnium populorum : lumen ad revelationem gentium, et gloriam plebis tuae Israël.
Page 260 - Amen, amen, dico tibi: cum esses junior, cingebas te, et ambulabas ubi volebas: cum autem senueris, extendes manus tuas, et alius te cinget, et ducet quo tu non vis.
Page 58 - Deus, et ideo quum alicujus uterum claudit, ad hoc facit, ut mirabilius denuo aperiat, et non libidinis esse quod nascitur, sed divini muneris cognoscatur.
Page vii - ... of the fables devised by them in its support, * and these have become the mythology of Christianity, universally credited among the Southern nations of Europe, while many of the dogmas which they were grounded upon have, as a natural consequence, crept gradually into the faith. The Gnostics, on the other hand, were sound as regarded the divinity of Our Saviour, which was fiercely attacked by the Judaizing Ebionites. Both sects, although as yet in the germ only, were manifesting themselves during...
Page vi - ... who entertained just and rational sentiments of the religion of Jesus. The greatest part of these fictitious writings undoubtedly flowed from the fertile invention of the Gnostic sects, though it cannot be affirmed that even true Christians were entirely innocent and irreproachable in this respect. Lord Lindsay, in his " Sketches of the history of Christian art," [3 vols 8vo, London, 1847,] vol.
Page 72 - ... occuparet; a nona vero hora iterum ab oratione non recedebat usque dum illi angelus Domini appareret, de cujus manu escam acciperet, et melius atque melius in Dei laudibus proficiebat. Denique cum senioribus virginibus in Dei laudibus ita docebatur, ut jam nulla ei in vigiliis prior inveniretur, in sapientia legis Dei eruditior, in humilitate humilior, in carminibus Davidicis rai offrir des présents au Seigneur, et mes ennemis ne pourront pas m'en empêcher.
Page 258 - Beatus es, Simon Bar-Jona, quia caro et sanguis non revelavit tibi, sed Pater meus...

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