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A Text-Book of the History of Doctrines 1861
by Karl Rudolf Hagenbach

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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. 1861 Excerpt: ...propter hoc in novissimis tcmperibus in amicitiam nos rcstituit Dominus per suam incarnationem, mediator Dei et hominum factus; propitians quidem pro nobis Patrem, in quem peccaveramus, et nostram inobedientiam consolatus, etc. 5 On the peculiar usage of the term satisfactio, comp. Munscher, Hanb. i. p. 223. Bahr, p. 90, ss. On the question whether Justin M. propounded the doctrine of satisfaction, see Semisch, p. 423, 424. The answer to it must mainly depend on the interpretation of vt'p, which frequently occurs in his writings; Apol. i. 03; Dial. c. Tryph. 88, and other passages quoted by Semisch. He distinctly says that the curse under which Christ was laid, was only apparent, Dial. c. Tryph. . 90; comp. 94: "Ovrrep ovv rpo-rtoi To orjpuov did Tov oakou fyeog yeveoOtu 6 6eoc cKelevoe, Kal dvatTidg ioTiv, Ovto) Si ml ev rw v6&i Kardpa KUTm Kara Tuv OTavpovfievtov dvOpdmuv Ovk in 61 Kal Kara Toc Xpio-roC Beoii Kardpa KelTai, oV ov ou&l vdvTag Tovg fxardpuc dfta TrpdSavrac. 96. KoJ yap To tlpritrfvov iv TM v6uw, 5- frrtHtOTdparo? Ttdc 6 -cpep.dp.evoc M and the exclamation of Christ on the cross: My God, my God, etc. BaiiY p. 147-149, and Redepenning, p. 408, sq. On Origen's views, comp. Thomson's Bampton Lectures, ubi supra; and Origen, in Joan. Tom. ii. 21; 111 Matth. xvi. 8; and in Rom. ii. 3 (p. 493): Si ergo pretio emti sumus, etiam Paulus adstipulatur, nec ab aliquo sine dubio emti sumus cujus cramps servi, qui et pretium poposcit quod voluit, ut de potestate dimitterat qiics tenebat. Tenebat autem nos Diabolus, cui distrati faeramus peceatis nostris. Poposcit ergo pretium nostrum sanguinem Christi. That Origen also brought the death of Christ into relation to God, see his comment on Ron1. iii. 24 (Thom...

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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. 1861 Excerpt: ...propter hoc in novissimis tcmperibus in amicitiam nos rcstituit Dominus per suam incarnationem, mediator Dei et hominum factus; propitians quidem pro nobis Patrem, in quem peccaveramus, et nostram inobedientiam consolatus, etc. 5 On the peculiar usage of the term satisfactio, comp. Munscher, Hanb. i. p. 223. Bahr, p. 90, ss. On the question whether Justin M. propounded the doctrine of satisfaction, see Semisch, p. 423, 424. The answer to it must mainly depend on the interpretation of vt'p, which frequently occurs in his writings; Apol. i. 03; Dial. c. Tryph. 88, and other passages quoted by Semisch. He distinctly says that the curse under which Christ was laid, was only apparent, Dial. c. Tryph. . 90; comp. 94: "Ovrrep ovv rpo-rtoi To orjpuov did Tov oakou fyeog yeveoOtu 6 6eoc cKelevoe, Kal dvatTidg ioTiv, Ovto) Si ml ev rw v6&i Kardpa KUTm Kara Tuv OTavpovfievtov dvOpdmuv Ovk in 61 Kal Kara Toc Xpio-roC Beoii Kardpa KelTai, oV ov ou&l vdvTag Tovg fxardpuc dfta TrpdSavrac. 96. KoJ yap To tlpritrfvov iv TM v6uw, 5- frrtHtOTdparo? Ttdc 6 -cpep.dp.evoc M and the exclamation of Christ on the cross: My God, my God, etc. BaiiY p. 147-149, and Redepenning, p. 408, sq. On Origen's views, comp. Thomson's Bampton Lectures, ubi supra; and Origen, in Joan. Tom. ii. 21; 111 Matth. xvi. 8; and in Rom. ii. 3 (p. 493): Si ergo pretio emti sumus, etiam Paulus adstipulatur, nec ab aliquo sine dubio emti sumus cujus cramps servi, qui et pretium poposcit quod voluit, ut de potestate dimitterat qiics tenebat. Tenebat autem nos Diabolus, cui distrati faeramus peceatis nostris. Poposcit ergo pretium nostrum sanguinem Christi. That Origen also brought the death of Christ into relation to God, see his comment on Ron1. iii. 24 (Thom...

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    Notes: Lang: -English, Pages 487. It is the reprint edition of the original edition which was published long back (1861). The book is printed in black on high quality paper with Matt Laminated colored dust cover. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. We tried to manage the best possible copy but in some cases, there may be some pages which are blur or missing or with black spots. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. Print on Demand.