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Part 2, Chapter 7 (pp. 344-365)

[344:1] Epiphanius, Haer., 42:1, ed. Petav., p. 302.

[344:2] Epiph., Haer., 42:1.

[344:3] Irenaeus, Adv. Haer., 3:2, § 2; cf. 12, § 12; Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 4:2, 3; cf. 1:20; Origen, in Joann. 5, § 4.

[344:4] Gal. 1:6 ff.; cf. 2:4 ff., 11 ff.; cf. 2 Cor. 11:1 ff.

[344:5] Epiph., Haer., 42:1.

[345:1] Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 5:11, 17; Epiph., Haer., 42:9; cf. 10, Schol. 40.

[345:2] Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 5; Epiph., Haer., 42:9. (Epiphanius transposes the order of the last two Epistles.)

[345:3] Gfrörer, Allg. K. G., i., p. 134 f.; Hagenbach, K. G., 1869, i., p. 134 f.; Hug, Einl. N. T., i., p. 56 ff.; Milman, Hist. of Chr., 1867, ii., p. 77 ff.; Neander, Allg. K. G., ii., p. 79, ff.; Volkmar, Das Ev. Marc., p. 25. ff.

[346:1] Rev. 22:15.

[346:2] Jam hinc ad quaestiones omnes, canes, quos foras apostolus expellit, latrantes in deum veritatis. Haec sunt argumentationum ossa, quae obroditis. (Adv. Marc., 2:5).

[347:1] Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 2:5; cf. 9.

[347:2] Ib., 2:10.

[347:3] Ib., 2:11.

[347:4] Ib., 2:18.

[347:5] Ib., 2:20. Tertullian introduces this by likening the Marcionites to the cuttle-fish, like which "they vomit the blackness of blasphemy" (tenebras blasphemiae intervomunt), l.c.

[347:6] Ib., 2:21.

[347:7] Ib., 2:22.

[347:8] Ib., 2:23.

[347:9] Ib., 2:24.

[347:10] Ib., 2:25.

[347:11] Adv. Marc., 3:12.

[347:12] Ib., 3:13.

[347:13] Ib., 3:17, 18.

[347:14] Ib., 4:1.

[347:15] We give this quotation as a resumé by an English historian and divine, but the idea of the "New Testament remodelled by Marcion" is a mere ecclesiastical imagination.

[348:1] Milman, Hist. of Christianity, 1867, ii., p. 77 f.

[348:2] Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 3:8 ff.

[348:3] Ib., 4:3.

[348:4] Apostolos enim admiscuisse ea quae sunt legalia salvatoris verbis (Irenaeus, Adv. Haer., 3:2, § 2; Cf. 3:12, § 12).

[348:5] Adv. Marc., 4:1. § 6

[348:6] Ib., 4:6.

[349:1] Irenaeus, Adv. Haer., 1:27, § 2; 3:12, § 12; Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 4:2-6; Epiphanius, Haer., 42:9, 11; Origen, Contra Cels., 2:27; Theodoret, Haer., Fab., 1:24.

[349:2] Vorrede zu Townson's Abhandl. üb. d. vier Evv., 1783.

[349:3] Neuer Versuch, die Gemeinnützige Auslegung u. anwend. der N. T. zu befordern, 1786, p. 162 f.; cf. Prolegg. in Ep. ad Galatas.

[349:4] Curae in hist. textus epist. Pauli, 1799, sect. iii., Opuscula Academica, ii., p. 124 ff.

[349:5] Marcionem Pauli epist. et Lucae evang. adulterasse dubitatur, 1788, in Velthusen Kuinoel et Ruperti Comment. Theologicae, 1794, i., pp. 180-218.

[349:6] Versuch einer Beleuchtung d. Gesch. des jüd. u. Christl. Bibelkanons, 1792, ii., p. 158 ff. 169.

[349:7] Ueber das ächte Evang. des Lucas, in Henke's Mag. für Religions-philos., u.s.w., iii., 1796, p. 468 ff., 482 f., 507 f.

[349:8] Einl. N. T., 1820, i., pp. 43-84.

[349:9] Bericht des Lucas von Jesu dent Messia (Vorbericht, 1796, p. 29 f.).

[349:10] Einl. A. u. N. T., 1813, iii., p. 1293 ff.

[350:1] Sämmtl. Werke, viii.; Einl. N. T., 1845, p. 64 f., 197 f., 214 f.

[350:2] Theol. Stud. u. Krit., 1829, 3, pp. 586-595.

[350:3] Entst. schr. Evv., 1818, p. 24 ff.

[350:4] Recens. d. Hahn's Das Ev. Marcion's in Hall. Allg. Litt. Z., 1823, p. 225 ff.; K. G., i., § 45.

[350:5] Zweck d. Evang. Gesch. u. Br. Johan., 1786, pp. 254-265.

[350:6] Ueber d. Bekanntsch. Marcion's mit. u. Kanon, u. s. w., 1809.

[350:7] Einl. N. T., 1847, i., p. 64 ff.

[350:8] Genet. Entwickl. d. vorn. Gnost. Syst., 1818, p. 311 ff.; cf. Allg. A. G., 1843, ii., pp. 792-816.

[350:9] Krit. Unters. üb. Marcion's Evang., 1818.

[350:10] Theol. exeg. Conserv., 1822, Lief. i., p. 115 ff.

[350:11] Das. Evang. Marcion's in seiner ursprüngl. Gestalt, 1823.

[350:12] The reconstructed text is in Thilo's Cod. Apocr. N. T., 1832, pp. 403-486.

[350:13] Die Echtheit der vier kan. Evv., 1823, pp. 107-215.

[350:14] Beiträge, i., p. 43.

[350:15] Einl. N. T., 6th ausg., 1860, p. 119 ff.

[350:16] Das Evangelium Marcion's, 1846.

[351:1] Krit. Unters. kan. Evv., 1847, p. 397 ff

[351:2] Das nachap. Zeit., 1846, i., p. 260 ff.

[351:3] Der Ursprung d. synopt. Evv., 1853, p. 303 ff.

[351:4] Theol. Jahrb., 1850, pp. 110-138, pp. 185-235.

[351:5] Theol. Jahrb., 1851, p. 528 ff.

[351:6] Ib., p. 530 ff.

[351:7] Ib., p. 529.

[351:8] Ib., p. 534 ff.

[351:9] Das Markusevang. Anhang üb. das Ev. Marcion's, 1851, p. 191 ff.

[352:1] Ib., p. 225 f.

[352:2] Das Evang. Marcion's, 1852.

[352:3] Ueb. die Evv. Justin's der Clem. Hom. und Marcion's, 1850, p. 389 ff.

[352:4] Theol. Jahrb., 1853, pp. 192-244. (A remarkably able and interesting work, The Origin of the Third Gospel, by P. C. Sense, MA, 1901, may be advantageously referred to. Mr. Sense maintains that the third Gospel was compiled from the writing used by the Marcionites, known as the Marcionite Gospel, and other apocryphal Gospels.)

[352:5] Cf. Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 1:15.

[353:1] Das Ev. Marcion's, p. 53.

[353:2] Volkmar, Theol. Jahrb., 1850, p. 120.

[353:3] Adv. Marc., 1:1.

[353:4] Reuss, Hist. du Canon, p. 71 ff.; Gieseler, Entst. schr. Evv., p. 25; Scholten, Die ält. Zeugnisse, p. 75; Volkmar, Theol. Jahrb., 1850, p. 120; Westcott, On the Canon, p. 276; De Wette, Einl. N. T., p. 122.

[354:1] Reuss, Rev. de Théol., xv., 1857, p. 67 f. Cf. Mansel, The Gnostic Heresies, 1875, p. 250, p. 259 f.

[354:2] Et super haec, id quod est secundum Lucam Evangelium circumcidens ... (Irenaeus, Adv. Haer., 1:27, § 2; cf. 3:11, § 7; 12, § 12; 14, § 4).

[354:3] Adv. Marc., 4:1, 2, 4 et passim.

[354:4] Haer., 42:9, 10 et passim.

[354:5] Adv. Marc., 4:5.

[355:1] Haec conveniemus, haec amplectemur, si nobiscum magis fuerint, si Marcionis praesumptionem percusserint. Tunc et illa constabit eodem vitio haereticae caecitatis erasa quo et haec reservata. Sic habebit intentio et forma opusculi nostri, etc. (Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 4:6).

[355:2] Epiphanius, Haer., 42:9 f.

[356:1] Volkmar, Das Evang. Marcion's, p. 29.

[356:2] Ib., p. 29 f.; Cf. Theol. Jahrb., 1855, p. 237.

[356:3] Ib., p. 30 f.

[357:1] Die Evv. Justin's, p. 397.

[357:2] Das Ev. Marcion's, p. 96.

[357:3] Ib., p. 98.

[357:4] Volkmar, Das Ev. Marcion's, p. 32; cf. p. 43.

[357:5] Ib., p. 33 ff.; cf. Hahn, Das Ev. Marcion's, p. 123 ff.

[358:1] Volkmar, Das Ev. Marcion's, p. 43 f.; cf. p. 34.

[358:2] Ib., p. 45.

[358:3] Ib., p. 33.

[358:4] Hahn, Das Ev. Marcion's, p. 121.

[358:5] Ib., p. 122.

[358:6] Ib., p. 123 f.

[358:7] Volkmar, Das Ev. M., p. 45 ff.

[358:8] Die Ev. Justin's, p. 397 f.

[359:1] Volkmar, Das Ev. Marcion's, p. 22 f., p. 46 ff.; Theol. Jahrb., 1854, p. 106.

[359:2] Hahn, Das Ev. Marcion's, p. 130 f., p. 169, p. 224 ff.; cf. Neudecker, Einl. N. T., p. 82.

[359:3] Nam et quotidie reformant illud, prout a nobis quotidie revincuntur.   Adv. Marc., 4:5; cf. Dial. de recta in deum fide, § 5; Orig., Opp. i., p. 867.

[359:4] Nam ex iis commentatoribus, quos habemus, Lucam videtur Marcion elegisse, quem caederet. (Adv. Marc., 4:2).

[359:5] Matt. 15:24.

[359:6] Matt. 15:26.

[360:1] Marcion, aufer etiam illud de evangelio: non sum missus, nisi ad oves perditas domus Israel; et: non est auferre panem filiis et dare eum canibus, ne scilicet Christus Israelis videretur.  (Adv. Marc., 4:7).

[360:2] Hoc enim Marcion ut additum erasit (Adv. Marc., 4:7).

[360:3] Matt. 5:17.

[360:4] Adv. Marc., 4:9, 12; 2:17, 4:17, 36.

[360:5] Haer., 42., p. 322 f., Ref. 1; cf. Luke 5:14; Matt. 8:4.

[361:1] Ritschl, Das Evv. Marcion's, p. 55.

[361:2] Hilgenfeld, Die Evv. Justin's, p. 445.

[361:3] Volkmar, Das Ev. Marcion's, 1852, p. 19 f.

[361:4] For the arguments, omitted here, see the Complete Edition, 1879, vol. ii., pp. 108-138.

[361:5] Fortnightly Review, 1875, p. 855 ff.; The Gospels in the Second Century, 1876, p. 204 ff.

[362:1] With regard to this, the considerations, advanced in connection with the Acts of the Apostles, as to the author's use of the works of Josephus should be referred to.

[362:2] Marcion Evangelio suo nullum adscribit auctorem (Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 4:2; Dial. de recta fide, § 1).

[362:3] Et possem hic jam gradum figere, non agnoscendum contendens opus, quod non erigat frontem, quod nullam constantiam praeferat, nullam fidem repromittat de plenitudine tituli et professione debita auctoris (Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 4:2).

[362:4] Dial. de recta fide, § 1. Cf. Bertholdt, Einl., iii., p. 1295, 1218 ff.; Eichhorn, Einl. N. T.., i., p. 79 f.; Gieseler, Entst. schr. Evv., p. 25; Holtzmann, in Bunsen's Bibelwerk, viii., p. 563. The later Marcionites affirmed their Gospel to have been written by Christ himself, and the particulars of the Crucifixion, etc., to have been added by Paul.

[363:1] Irenaeus, Adv. Haer., 1:27, § 2; cf. 3:2; 12, § 12; Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 4:3; cf. De Carne Christi, 2, 3.

[363:2] Semetipsum esse veraciorem, quam sunt hi, qui Evangelium tradiderunt, apostoli, suasit discipulis suis; non Evangelium, sed particulam Evangelii tradens eis (Adv. Haer., 1:27, § 2).

[363:3] Et apostolos quidem adhuc quae sunt Judaeorum sentientes, annuntiasse Evangelium; se autem sinceriores, et prudentiores apostolis esse. Unde et Marcion, et qui ab eo sunt, ad intercidendas conversi sunt Scripturas, quasdam quidem in totum non cognoscentes, secundum Lucam autem Evangelium, et Epistolas Pauli decurtantes, haec sola legitima esse dicunt, quae ipsi minoraverunt (Adv. Haer., 3:12, § 12).

[364:1] Cf. Adv. Haer., i., Praef., § 2; iii. Praef., etc.

[364:2] Sed enim Marcion nactus epistolam Pauli ad Galatas, etiam ipsos apostolos suggillantis ut non recto pede incedentes ad veritatem evangelii, simul et accusantis pseudapostolos quosdam pervertentes evangelium Christi, connititur ad destrudendum statum eorum evangeliorum, quae propria et sub apostolorum nomine eduntur, vel etiam apostolicorum, ut scilicet fidem, quam illis adimit, suo conferat  (Adv. Marc., 4:3; cf. De Carne Christi, 2, 3).

[364:3] On the Canon, p. 276, note 1.

[364:4] Adeo non de praedicatione, sed de conversatione a Paulo denotabantur  (Adv. Marc., 4:3).

[364:5] Adv. Marc., 4:3.
 


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