35 Deut. x. 16 f.

36 Lev. xxvi. 40, 41.

37 See Apol., i. 47. The Jews [By Hadrian's recent edict] were prohibited by law from entering Jerusalem on pain of death. And so Justin sees in circumcision their own punishment.

38 Isa. lvii. 1-4.

39 Isa. lii. 5.

40 Isa. iii. 9 ff.

41 Isa. v. 18, 20.

42 Matt. xxi. 13.

43 This and following quotation taken promiscuously from Matt. xxiii. and Luke xi.

44 Hos. i. and ii.

45 [They did not Sabbatize; but Justin does not deny what is implied in many Scriptures, that they marked the week, and noted the seventh day. Gen. ii. 3, viii. 10, 12.]

46 Ezek. xx. 12.

47 Ex. xxxii. 6.

48 Deut. xxxii. 15.

49 nekrimaion, or "dieth of itself;" com. reading was ekrimaion, which was supposed to be derived from ekriptw, and to mean "which ought to be cast out:" the above was suggested by H. Stephanus.

50 aoikoj kai paranomoj.

51 "The reasoning of St. Justin is not quite clear to interpreters. As we abstain from some herbs, not because they are forbidden by law, but because they are deadly; so the law of abstinence from improper and violent animals was imposed not on Noah, but on you as a yoke on account of your sins."-Maranus.

52 Deut. xxxii. 6, 20.

53 Ezek. xx. 19-26.

54 Amos v. 18 to end, vi. 1-7.

55 Jer. vii. 21 f.

56 Ps. i. (in E. V.).

57 Isa. lxvi. 1.

58 The man he met by the sea-shore.

59 Josh. v. 2; Isa. xxvi. 2, 3.

60 Isa. lxv. 1-3.

61 Isa. lxv. 1-3.

62 Other edd. have, "with us."

63 Otto reads: "Thy works which Thou shalt do to those who wait for mercy."

64 Some suppose the correct reading to be, "our glorious institutions [manners, customs, or ordinances] have," etc., eqh for eqnh.

65 Isa. lxiii. 15 to end, and lxiv.

66 Isa. xlii. 6, 7.

67 susseismon, "a shaking," is the original reading; but LXX has susshmon, a standard or signal, and this most edd. adopt.

68 Isa. lxii. 10 to end, lxiii. 1-6.

69 Isa. lviii. 13, 14.

70 Isa. iii. 16.

71 Various passages strung together; comp. Rom. iii. 10, and foll. verses.

72 Jer. iv. 3.

73 So in A.V., but supposed to be Idumaea.

74 Jer. ix. 25 f.

75 Mal. i. 10, etc.

76 Ps. xviii. 43.

77 [This striking claim of the Old Testament Scriptures is noteworthy.]

78 Or, "repentance of the Father;" patroj for pneumatoj. Maranus explains the confusion on the ground of the similarity between the contractions for the words, prj and pnj.

79 Ps. xix.

80 Literally, "And the ten horns, ten kings shall arise after them."

81 Dan. vii. 9-28.