29 Gen. viii. 21.

30 Gen. xxii. 1. [These objections from the anthropomorphism of the Jewish Scriptures re not found in the Recognitions.-R.]

31 The text of this passage in all the editions is meaningless. It becomes clear by change of punctuation.

32 [Comp. ii. 38 and many other passages for this view of the errors of Scripture. The test of truth as here stated is noteworthy. It suggests some modern affintities.-R.]

33 Gen. xv. 13-16.

34 That is, Kibroth-Hattaavah; Num. xi. 32.

35 Deut. xxxiv. 6, LXX

36 [It is curious to find the post-exilian theory of the Pentateuch in this place, put in the mouth of the Apostle Peter.-R.]

37 Gen. xlix. 10.

38 From the amended reading of Davis.

39 [Comp. Homily II. 40. The attitude of Peter, as here represented, disparaging the Old Testament, appearing to exalt the author of Christ's teachings, and yet ignoring the claims of His Person and Work, seeks its justification in rationalistic interpretation. The attitude is not an uncommon one at present.-R.]

40 Matt. xxii. 29. [Misquoted and misapplied here, as in Homily II. 51.-R.]

41 This is frequently quoted as a saying of Christ. It is probably from one of the apocryphal Gospels. [Comp. Homily II. 51.-R.]

42 Matt. v. 17.

43 Matt. v. 18.

44 Matt. xv. 13.

45 John x. 9.

46 Matt. xi. 28.

47 John x. 3.

48 Matt. vii. 7.

49 Matt. xvii. 5.

50 Matt. xiii. 17; Luke x. 24.

51 Deut. xviii.15-19; Acts iii. 22, vii 37.

52 [A curious confusion of two Gospel narratives, mistaking the significance of both.-R.]

53 Matt. xix. 8; Mark x. 5, 6.

54 Matt. v. 37.

55 Matt. xxii.32; Mark xii. 27; Luke xx. 38.

56 Perhaps Matt. xiii. 39.

57 Matt. vi. 8, 32.

58 Mt. vi. 6.

59 Matt. vii. 9-11.

60 Matt. v. 34, 35.

61 Matt. ix. 13, xii. 7. [Comp. Hos. vi. 6.-R.]

62 Matt. xix. 17; Mark x. 18; Luke xviii. 19.

63 Matt. v. 44, 45.

64 Mark xii. 29. [Comp. Deut. vi. 4.-R.]

65 [The three days' discussion is detailed in Recognitions, ii. 20-iii. 48; the account here is confined to the first day.-R.]

66 [Comp. Recognitions, iii. 73. The historical incidents of the two narratives vary greatly from this point onward.-R.]

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