|SV||Maar hun, die geroepen zijn, beiden Joden en Grieken, [prediken wij] Christus, de kracht Gods, en de wijsheid Gods.|
|Steph|| αυτοις δε τοις κλητοις ιουδαιοις τε και ελλησιν χριστον θεου δυναμιν και θεου σοφιαν
|Trans.||autois de tois klētois ioudaiois te kai ellēsin christon theou dynamin kai theou sophian|
AlgemeenZie ook: Griekenland, Jezus Christus, Wijsheid, Wijsheid (Gods)
Maar hun, die geroepen zijn, beiden Joden en Grieken, [prediken wij] Christus, de kracht Gods, en de wijsheid Gods.
- Eclogae ex scripturis propheticis 27 § 6 (p.145, l.8)
- Excerpta e Theodoto (SAGNARD F., SC 23 (1948)) - 4 § 2 (p.60, l.3); 12 § 3 (p.82, l.24); 27 § 6 (p.118, l.3)
- Stromata 1 88 § 8 (p.57, l.12); 1 89 § 3 (p.57, l.24); 1 90 § 1 (p.57, l.31); 1 100 § 1 (p.63, l.30); 1 169 § 3 (p.105, l.23); 1 174 § 3 (p.108, l.11); 2 52 § 7 (p.141, l.21); 6 47 § 3 (p.455, l.29); 6 127 § 2 (p.496, l.11) 7 7 § 4 (p.7, l.11)
- Clement of Alexandria, Stromata 1.20: Although at one time philosophy justified the Greeks, 2026 not conducting them to that entire righteousness to which it is ascertained to cooperate, as the first and second flight of steps help you in your ascent to the upper room, and the grammarian helps the philosopher. Not as if by its abstraction, the perfect Word would be rendered incomplete, or truth perish; since also sight, and hearing, and the voice contribute to truth, but it is the mind which is the appropriate faculty for knowing it. But of those things which co-operate, some contribute a greater amount of power; some, a less. Perspicuity accordingly aids in the communication of truth, and logic in preventing us from falling under the heresies by which we are assailed. But the teaching, which is according to the Saviour, is complete in itself and without defect, being “the power and wisdom of God;” 2027 and the Hellenic philosophy does not, by its approach, make the truth more powerful; but rendering powerless the assault of sophistry against it, and frustrating the treacherous plots laid against the truth, is said to be the proper “fence and wall of the vineyard.”
- Clement of Alexandria, Stromata 1.26: And if the flock figuratively spoken of as belonging to the Lord is nothing but a flock of men, then He Himself is the good Shepherd and Lawgiver of the one flock, “of the sheep who hear Him,” the one who cares for them, “seeking,” and finding by the law and the word, “that which was lost;” since, in truth, the law is spiritual and leads to felicity. For that which has arisen through the Holy Spirit is spiritual. And he is truly a legislator, who not only announces what is good and noble, but understands it. The law of this man who possesses knowledge is the saving precept; or rather, the law is the precept of knowledge. For the Word is “the power and the wisdom of God.” 2113 Again, the expounder of the laws is the same one by whom the law was given; the first expounder of the divine commands, who unveiled the bosom of the Father, the only-begotten Son. Then those who obey the law, since they have some knowledge of Him, cannot disbelieve or be ignorant of the truth. But those who disbelieve, and have shown a repugnance to engage in the works of the law, whoever else may, certainly confess their ignorance of the truth.
- Clement Stromata 6.6: One righteous man, then, differs not, as righteous, from another righteous man, whether he be of the Law or a Greek. For God is not only Lord of the Jews, but of all men, and more nearly the Father of those who know Him. For if to live well and according to the law is to live, also to live rationally according to the law is to live; and those who lived rightly before the Law were classed under faith, 3273 and judged to be righteous,—it is evident that those, too, who were outside of the Law, having lived rightly, in consequence of the peculiar nature of the voice, 3274 though they are in Hades and in ward, 3275 on hearing the voice of the Lord, whether that of His own person or that acting through His apostles, with all speed turned and believed. For we remember that the Lord is “the power of God,” 3276 and power can never be weak. So I think it is demonstrated that the God being good, and the Lord powerful, they save with a righteousness and equality which extend to all that turn to Him, whether here or elsewhere. For it is not here alone that the active power of God is beforehand, but it is everywhere and is always at work.
- Adamantius Dialogues (p.172, l.17 - <)
- Acts of Thomas 1 WRIGHT W., Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles, 2, London 1871, 146-298. (p.154, l.9) (p.245, l.18)
- Theognostus Hypotyposeis 4 (p.77, l.1 - < >); 4 (p.78, l.4 - >)
- Pseudo Hippolytus Against All Heresies 1 § 5 (p.1402, l.19 - *)
- Tertullian Against Praxeas 19: If, now, it is in this sense that He stretches out the heavens alone, how is it that these heretics assume their position so perversely, as to render inadmissible the singleness of that Wisdom which says, When He prepared the heaven, I was present with Him? Proverbs 8:27 — even though the apostle asks, Who has knownthe mind of the Lord, or who has been His counsellor? Romans 11:34 meaning, of course, to except that wisdom which was present with Him. Proverbs 8:30 In Him, at any rate, and with Him, did (Wisdom) construct the universe, He not being ignorant of what she was making. Except Wisdom, however, is a phrase of the same sense exactly as except the Son, who is Christ, the Wisdom and Power ofGod, 1 Corinthians 1:24 according to the apostle, who only knows the mind of the Father. For whoknows the things that be in God, except the Spirit which is in Him? 1 Corinthians 2:11 Not, observe,without Him. There was therefore One who caused God to be not alone, except alone from all othergods. But (if we are to follow the heretics), the Gospel itself will have to be rejected, because it tells us that all things were made by God through the Word, without whom nothing was made. John 1:3 And if I am not mistaken, there is also another passage in which it is written: By the Word of the Lordwere the heavens made, and all the hosts of them by His Spirit.
- Melito of Sardis: The wisdom of the Lord-His Son. In the apostle: "Christ the power of God, and the wisdom of God; "114 and in Solomon: "The wisdom of the Lord reacheth from one end to the other mightily."
- Een (mogelijk) citaat uit Wijsheid 7:24.
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