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1 1, 3 | written in the Gospel of St. John (Jn. 4:24): ~"God is a spirit."~ 2 1, 20 | Further, Peter was better than John, since he loved Christ more. ~ 3 1, 20 | saying: "Simon, son ~of John, lovest thou Me more than 4 1, 20 | these?" Yet Christ loved John more than ~He loved Peter. 5 1, 20 | the words, "Simon, ~son of John, lovest thou Me?": "By this 6 1, 20 | By this very mark is John distinguished ~from the 7 1, 20 | doubt concerning Peter and John has been solved in ~various 8 1, 20 | contemplative ~signified by John, because the former is more 9 1, 20 | of the ~Church; but that John loved Christ more in Himself, 10 1, 20 | promptness and fervor; but John to have been ~more loved, 11 1, 20 | excellent ~gift of charity; but John more, from his gifts of 12 1, 20 | but, in a ~certain sense, John was the better, and was 13 1, 107 | greater than he" - namely, John the Baptist, than whom ~" 14 1, 116 | of woman a greater than ~John the Baptist; yet he that 15 1, 116 | sons of God, in power, as John says - what wonder is there ~ 16 2, 32 | second canonical epistle of John ~(verse 4): "I was exceeding 17 2, 42 | the canonical Epistle of John (Tract. ix), that "by ~chaste 18 2, 43 | the canonical epistle of John (Tract. ix). Therefore ~ 19 2, 1 | wherefore before, like John the Baptist, or after, like 20 2, 2 | Further, it is evident that John the Baptist was one of the ~ 21 2, 2 | a greater than" ~he. Now John the Baptist does not appear 22 2, 2 | not through ignorance that John the Baptist inquired ~of 23 2, 26 | First Canonical Epistle of John (In prim. canon. Joan. Tract. 24 2, 31 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] thus: "That ~ 25 2, 32 | falsely ascribed ~to St. John Chrysostom] commenting on 26 2, 58 | falsely ascribed to St. John of the Cross], He forbids 27 2, 58 | falsely ascribed to St. John of the Cross] in comment 28 2, 65 | Augustine in commenting on John 19:11, "Thou ~shouldst not 29 2, 75 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says on ~Mt. 30 2, 81 | falsely ascribed ~to St. John Chrysostom]: "Necessity 31 2, 81 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], "Our Lord forbids 32 2, 81 | falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says: "The Father 33 2, 82 | reverence due to God that ~John was forbidden to adore the 34 2, 85 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] ~commentary. 35 2, 87 | who granted the slaying of John, ~rather than refuse what 36 2, 87 | falsely ascribed ~to St. John Chrysostom] says: "If there 37 2, 87 | greater than he," namely than John the Baptist, ~while yet 38 2, 96 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says, "it is 39 2, 99 | said in praise of James and John (Mt. 4:22) ~that they left " 40 2, 99 | idolaters (Ex. 32). James ~and John are praised for leaving 41 2, 101 | of heaven is greater than John the ~Baptist." Yet an angel 42 2, 101 | Baptist." Yet an angel forbade John when the latter wished to 43 2, 101 | OBJ 1: The angel forbade John to pay him, not any kind 44 2, 101 | indicate the dignity ~of John himself, for which Christ 45 2, 122 | the martyrdom of Blessed John the Baptist, who suffered ~ 46 2, 130 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] that "while 47 2, 134 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says on Mt. 48 2, 150 | equally ~meritorious in John who remained unmarried and 49 2, 150 | the virginal continence of John, as regards the ~essential 50 2, 150 | that both "the celibacy of John and ~the marriage of Abraham 51 2, 150 | difference of the times: but John was continent even in deed, 52 2, 156 | falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says: "He that 53 2, 156 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says: "He who 54 2, 156 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom): "Anger, when 55 2, 166 | it ~is related of Blessed John the Evangelist, that when 56 2, 166 | break. Whence the Blessed John drew the inference that ~ 57 2, 170 | among the works of St. John Chrysostom, and falsely ~ 58 2, 170 | falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom] that "some 59 2, 170 | falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom]: "The devil 60 2, 172 | of women, a greater than John the Baptist." ~Therefore 61 2, 172 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: John belongs to the New Testament, 62 2, 172 | the law ~prophesied until John"; and afterwards the gift 63 2, 172 | not ~continue further than John, who with his finger pointed 64 2, 172 | were no more prophets after John. For we read in the ~Acts 65 2, 172 | of ~Philip, prophesied." John, too, wrote a prophetic 66 2, 172 | emperor Theodosius sent to John who ~dwelt in the Egyptian 67 2, 173 | such as Isaias saw, and John in the ~Apocalypse; and 68 2, 183 | falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom.]~Aquin.: SMT 69 2, 184 | He withheld from marriage John who ~wished to marry" [* 70 2, 185 | and guide them, even as ~John the Baptist rebuked Herod, 71 2, 185 | wherefore a gloss on Mt. ~3:4, "(John) had his garments of camel' 72 2, 185 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says: "While ~ 73 2, 186 | falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says, "it is 74 2, 186 | falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], "It is enough 75 2, 186 | God, as in the case of John the Baptist, who was "filled 76 2, 187 | there: thus it is related of John the Baptist ~(Lk. 1:80) 77 2, 187 | Mt. 4:22) that James and John "left ~their nets and father, 78 2, 187 | Coll. xix, 3,5,6) Abbot John says of himself that he 79 3, 5 | did not assume a soul. For John ~has said, teaching the 80 3, 16 | were to say that Peter ~is John because they are somehow 81 3, 27 | sanctified thee"; and again, to John the Baptist, of whom it 82 3, 27 | Likewise Ambrose says of John the Baptist (Comment. in 83 3, 27 | Ambrose says, viz. that in John the Baptist there was not 84 3, 27 | work miracles. Hence of John the Baptist it is written ( 85 3, 27 | Christ than Jeremias and John the Baptist, who are said 86 3, 27 | that either Jeremias or John the Baptist should be ~sanctified 87 3, 27 | to say that Jeremias and John the ~Baptist were sanctified 88 3, 27 | sanctified thee." And of John the Baptist ~it is written ( 89 3, 27 | of ~their (Jeremias' and John the Baptist's) sanctification 90 3, 27 | womb. For ~the leaping of John in the womb "might," as 91 3, 27 | it is expressly said (of John) in the Gospel that "he 92 3, 27 | sanctified"; to which Baptism John prepared men by ~his baptism.~ 93 3, 27 | grace of sanctification than John the Baptist and ~Jeremias, 94 3, 27 | Christ than Jeremias and John the Baptist. But the latter 95 3, 31 | expiating our sins, to which John bore witness, saying: 'Behold 96 3, 36 | falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom]): "Herod was 97 3, 36 | the Israelites; whereas John the Baptist says (Jn. 1: 98 3, 37 | and thus the kinsfolk of John the Baptist wished to call 99 3, 37 | Zachary," not by the name John, because "there" was ~"none 100 3, 38 | 1/1 - OF THE BAPTISM OF JOHN (SIX ARTICLES)~We now proceed 101 3, 38 | baptized with the baptism of John, we shall consider ~(1) 102 3, 38 | consider ~(1) the baptism of John in general; (2) the baptizing 103 3, 38 | Whether it was fitting that John should baptize?~(2) Whether 104 3, 38 | Whether those who received John's baptism had afterwards 105 3, 38 | Whether it was fitting that John should baptize?~Aquin.: 106 3, 38 | it was not fitting that John should baptize. ~For every 107 3, 38 | belongs to some law. But John did not ~introduce a new 108 3, 38 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, John "was sent by God . . . for 109 3, 38 | Therefore neither should John have introduced a new rite 110 3, 38 | Therefore it was unfitting that John ~should baptize.~Aquin.: 111 3, 38 | stating the holiness of John, adds many went out to him, " 112 3, 38 | that, It was fitting for John to baptize, for four reasons: ~ 113 3, 38 | Christ to be baptized by John, in order that ~He might 114 3, 38 | might be manifested. Whence John himself says (Jn. ~1:31): " 115 3, 38 | observes, commenting ~on St. John (Hom. x in Matth.).~Aquin.: 116 3, 38 | Evang.) that ~therefore did John baptize, "that, being consistent 117 3, 38 | says that "the baptism of John was as profitable before ~ 118 3, 38 | Reply OBJ 1: The baptism of John was not a sacrament properly 119 3, 38 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: John was not only a prophet, 120 3, 38 | cleanliness. But the baptism of John was ordered unto ~spiritual 121 3, 38 | 1~Whether the baptism of John was from God?~Aquin.: SMT 122 3, 38 | seem that the baptism of John was not from God. For ~nothing 123 3, 38 | that baptism is named after John, according to Mt. 21:25: ~" 124 3, 38 | 21:25: ~"The baptism of John . . . was it from heaven 125 3, 38 | Therefore the ~baptism of John was not from God.~Aquin.: 126 3, 38 | But it is written of ~John the Baptist (Jn. 10:41) 127 3, 38 | Baptist (Jn. 10:41) that "John did no sign." Therefore 128 3, 38 | commanding the baptism of John. Therefore it seems that 129 3, 38 | considered in the baptism of ~John - namely, the rite of baptism 130 3, 38 | of ~the Holy Ghost sent John to baptize. But the effect 131 3, 38 | But by the baptism ~of John the body alone was cleansed 132 3, 38 | this reason the baptism of John was named after him, ~because 133 3, 38 | whole teaching and work of John was ordered unto ~Christ, 134 3, 38 | own teaching and that of ~John. But if John had worked 135 3, 38 | and that of ~John. But if John had worked signs, men would 136 3, 38 | paid equal attention ~to John and to Christ. Wherefore, 137 3, 38 | Christ, it was not given to John to work a sign. Yet when ~ 138 3, 38 | Reply OBJ 3: The baptism of John was intended by God to last 139 3, 38 | given in the baptism of John?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 140 3, 38 | given in the baptism of John. For it ~is written (Mk. 141 3, 38 | is written (Mk. 1:4): "John was in the desert baptizing 142 3, 38 | Therefore the baptism of John conferred ~grace.~Aquin.: 143 3, 38 | about to be baptized by John "confessed ~their sins," 144 3, 38 | conferred in the baptism of John.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 145 3, 38 | Further, the baptism of John was more akin than circumcision 146 3, 38 | therefore, did the baptism of John effect the remission of ~ 147 3, 38 | homily (Hom. vii in Evang.): "John baptized, not in the Spirit, 148 3, 38 | Therefore the baptism of ~John did not confer grace.~Aquin.: 149 3, 38 | whole teaching and work ~of John was in preparation for Christ: 150 3, 38 | Therefore the baptism of John did not confer ~grace, but 151 3, 38 | in three ways: ~first, by John's teaching, which led men 152 3, 38 | understood. one is that which John conferred by ~baptizing, 153 3, 38 | are remitted, and which John could not give, but ~only 154 3, 38 | the bridesman," i.e. by John. Consequently it is said 155 3, 38 | immediately through the baptism of John, but to be ~obtained through 156 3, 38 | Whereas the baptism of John was not instituted for this 157 3, 38 | baptized with the baptism of John?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 158 3, 38 | baptized with ~the baptism of John. For, as stated above (A[ 159 3, 38 | A[1]), "the reason why John ~baptized was that Christ 160 3, 38 | anything from the baptism of John, because thereby grace was 161 3, 38 | baptized with the baptism of John.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 162 3, 38 | fitting that the baptism of John should be conferred on ~ 163 3, 38 | should have been baptized by John.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 164 3, 38 | baptized with the baptism of John. First, as Augustine says ( 165 3, 38 | baptized with the baptism of ~John, some would have said that 166 3, 38 | some would have said that John's baptism, with which Christ 167 3, 38 | others to be prepared by ~John's baptism for the baptism 168 3, 38 | Reply OBJ 1: The baptism of John was instituted not only 169 3, 38 | approached to be baptized by John could not, ~indeed, confer 170 3, 38 | Gentiles to be baptized by John.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 171 3, 38 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether John's baptism should have ceased 172 3, 38 | OBJ 1: It would seem that John's baptism should have ceased 173 3, 38 | both by the testimony ~of John and by the dove coming down 174 3, 38 | Therefore it seems that John's baptism ~should not have 175 3, 38 | Christ was ~baptized, and John's baptism ceased to avail." 176 3, 38 | after Christ's baptism, John should not have continued 177 3, 38 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, John's baptism prepared the way 178 3, 38 | Therefore it seems that ~John's baptism ceased when Christ 179 3, 38 | and baptized: and John also was baptizing." But ~ 180 3, 38 | Therefore it seems that ~John continued to baptize after 181 3, 38 | fitting for the baptism of John to cease when ~Christ had 182 3, 38 | Hom. xxix ~in Joan.), "if John had ceased to baptize" when 183 3, 38 | there was still need for John to continue ~baptizing. ~ 184 3, 38 | Reply OBJ 2: The baptism of John ceased after Christ had 185 3, 38 | Joan.): "I consider that John's death was ~allowed to 186 3, 38 | in a great ~measure after John had died, so that the undivided 187 3, 38 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: John's baptism prepared the way 188 3, 38 | who had been baptized with John's baptism had to be ~baptized 189 3, 38 | who had been baptized with John's ~baptism had not to be 190 3, 38 | the baptism of Christ. For John was ~not less than the apostles, 191 3, 38 | of women a greater than ~John the Baptist." But those 192 3, 38 | apostles - namely, Peter and ~John - "laid their hands upon 193 3, 38 | who had been baptized by John had not to be ~baptized 194 3, 38 | apostles were baptized with John's baptism, since ~some of 195 3, 38 | had been baptized with ~John's baptism had not to be 196 3, 38 | But we ~are not told that John himself was baptized with 197 3, 38 | who had been baptized by John need to ~receive the baptism 198 3, 38 | baptized? Who said: In John's baptism." Wherefore "they 199 3, 38 | some ~were baptized with John's baptism who had full knowledge 200 3, 38 | faith. But the form of ~John's baptism signified the 201 3, 38 | Paul ~says (Acts 19:4): "John baptized the people with 202 3, 38 | had been baptized ~with John's baptism had no need to 203 3, 38 | who were ~baptized with John's baptism needed to be baptized 204 3, 38 | who had been baptized by John without knowing of the existence 205 3, 38 | not base their ~hope on John's baptism, and who believed 206 3, 38 | unreasonable. First, because John's baptism neither conferred 207 3, 38 | had been ~baptized with John's baptism in water only, 208 3, 38 | Joan., Tract. v): "After John, ~baptism was administered, 209 3, 38 | were baptized either with John's baptism, as some ~maintain, 210 3, 38 | Imperfectum]): "Since, when John said, 'I ought to be ~baptized 211 3, 38 | afterwards Christ did baptize John." Moreover, he asserts that " 212 3, 38 | was baptized in ~water by John, so had John to be baptized 213 3, 38 | in ~water by John, so had John to be baptized in the Spirit 214 3, 38 | after being ~baptized by John was not only because they 215 3, 38 | Wherefore the very fact that John baptized in the name ~of 216 3, 39 | baptized with the baptism of John?~(3) Of the time when He 217 3, 39 | Galilee to the Jordan, unto John, to be baptized by him."~ 218 3, 39 | Christ to be baptized with John's baptism?~Aquin.: SMT TP 219 3, 39 | Christ to be baptized ~with John's baptism. For John's baptism 220 3, 39 | with John's baptism. For John's baptism was the "baptism 221 3, 39 | have been baptized with John's baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP 222 3, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, John's baptism, as Chrysostom 223 3, 39 | baptized with the baptism of John.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 224 3, 39 | ascribed to ~Christ. But John's baptism does not hold 225 3, 39 | Christ to be baptized with John's ~baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 226 3, 39 | cometh to the ~Jordan, unto John, to be baptized by him."~ 227 3, 39 | baptized with His own, but with John's baptism. ~And this was 228 3, 39 | befitting: first, because John's baptism was peculiar in ~ 229 3, 39 | baptized with the baptism of John, that, "by being thus baptized, 230 3, 39 | might show His approval of John's baptism." Thirdly, as 231 3, 39 | Orat. xxxix), "by going to John to be baptized by him, He ~ 232 3, 39 | merely ~figurative, whereas John's baptism, in a measure, 233 3, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, John's baptism was ordered to 234 3, 39 | should have been baptized by John either before all the others, 235 3, 39 | Christ should be baptized by John ~either before or after 236 3, 39 | preaching and the baptism of ~John, and that John might bear 237 3, 39 | baptism of ~John, and that John might bear witness to Him." 238 3, 39 | would not have ~had faith in John's testimony except after 239 3, 39 | it was not fitting that John should baptize Him before ~ 240 3, 39 | Christ did not wait ~till John had run his course, but 241 3, 39 | Jesus was baptized by ~John in the Jordan."~Aquin.: 242 3, 39 | For if it is written of John that 'he ~shall be filled 243 3, 39 | after the manner in which ~John saw the slain Lamb in the 244 3, 40 | of life ~much more than John did. But John led an austere 245 3, 40 | more than John did. But John led an austere life in order 246 3, 40 | Mt. 3:4) that "the same John had his garment of camel' 247 3, 40 | Contra Faust. xvi) ~that "John is described as 'neither 248 3, 40 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~As to John, according to Chrysostom ( 249 3, 40 | miracles. Leaving, therefore, John to be ~illustrious by his 250 3, 40 | Pharisees and the disciples of John fasted, but not the ~disciples 251 3, 40 | Bede comments, saying that "John drank ~neither wine nor 252 3, 41 | than work a miracle, as did John the ~Baptist, according 253 3, 43 | regard to the ~saying of John the Baptist, "'That He may 254 3, 43 | miracles from His early ~years, John would by no means have been 255 3, 43 | explains this passage of John as follows (Tract. ~lxxi): " 256 3, 44 | constancy of Peter and of John, understanding that they 257 3, 45 | not only Peter, James, and John, but all His disciples, 258 3, 45 | namely, Peter, James, and John - that "in the mouth of 259 3, 45 | the power bestowed on him; John in the ~privilege of Christ' 260 3, 46 | His Passion, according to John (3:14): ~"The Son of man 261 3, 46 | cut off, as was done to John; nor was He sawn in twain, ~ 262 3, 46 | Dionysius says in a ~letter to John the Evangelist that "He 263 3, 46 | and so the same day which John calls ~"before the festival 264 3, 46 | Pilate to be ~crucified," as John relates. For it "was not 265 3, 46 | as the ~third hour, which John recalls, saying: 'It was 266 3, 46 | of death.'" According to John, then, "the sixth hour of ~ 267 3, 47 | the same suffering. Hence John says ~(19:32) that "they 268 3, 50 | commenting on the ~text of John, asks, since Christ is Word 269 3, 51 | ruler ~of the Jews," as John states (Jn. 3:1).~Aquin.: 270 3, 51 | weight," as recorded by John (19:39), especially since 271 3, 53 | which is not ~contrary to John's statement "when it was 272 3, 54 | closing chapters of Luke and John. Therefore, it seems that ~ 273 3, 55 | ascending into heaven. But, as John admits, not ~all things 274 3, 55 | Two ~Evangelists, Luke and John, write that He appeared 275 3, 55 | these mention one angel, John says ~that there were two 276 3, 55 | were at first seated, as John says, and ~who afterwards 277 3, 59 | passage just quoted from John: "'He gave ~Him power to 278 3, 64 | sacramental effect. For John the Baptist said (Jn. 1: 279 3, 64 | keep it to Himself." But John would not have been in ~ 280 3, 64 | Tract. v in Joan.), that "John did not know that ~our Lord, 281 3, 64 | second ~canonical epistle of John (10): "If any man come to 282 3, 66 | and all the more since John the Baptist said when ~foretelling 283 3, 66 | choose to be baptized by John (Extra, De Baptismo et ejus 284 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, John the Baptist received special 285 3, 66 | of women, a greater than John the Baptist." But those 286 3, 66 | Baptist." But those whom ~John had baptized were baptized 287 3, 66 | received the Baptism of ~John. Much more, therefore, should 288 3, 66 | Him not': ~Behold; after John had baptized, Baptism was 289 3, 66 | not administered: because John gave his own ~Baptism; the 290 3, 66 | Epiphany with the Baptism of ~John, as stated above (Q[39], 291 3, 66 | sins: also "the Baptism of John," which prepared the ~way 292 3, 67 | but His ~disciples, as John relates (4:2). Nor does 293 3, 68 | many "were baptized" ~by John "in the Jordan confessing 294 3, 68 | Baptism is ~more perfect than John's. Therefore it seems that 295 3, 68 | Mt. 3:6, saying that in John's ~Baptism "those who are 296 3, 68 | Sins were not forgiven in John's Baptism, which, however, ~ 297 3, 70 | 3) that the baptism of ~John was a preparation for Christ' 298 3, 70 | s Baptism, it seems that John's ~baptism was superfluous: 299 3, 70 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: John's baptism was a preparation 300 3, 72 | been baptized, either with ~John's Baptism, as some think; 301 3, 73 | spiritual drink, according to John: ~"My flesh is meat indeed, 302 3, 74 | hence this day is said by ~John to precede the day of the 303 3, 81 | according to the relation of John, ~our Lord, by dipping and 304 3, 82 | his sin. Hence we read in John's Second ~Canonical Epistle ( 305 3, 83 | now risen"; though, as ~John relates (Jn. 20:1), "while 306 3, 83 | stated in the last chapter of John (verse 25), our ~Lord said 307 3, 84 | before the imprisonment of John, of whom it is ~related 308 3, 84 | Penance were said after John was cast into prison.~Aquin.: 309 3, 84 | baptized with the baptism of John, as stated above (Q[39], 310 3, 85 | also to ~punish. Wherefore John the Baptist said (Mt. 3: 311 3, 89 | not ask Him, but deputed John to ask in ~his stead, afterwards 312 3, 89 | asks the Master instead of John."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 313 Suppl, 6 | who were being prepared by John's ~Baptism for the grace 314 Suppl, 17| hence, after the Passion, John saw an opened door in ~heaven. 315 Suppl, 36| wrongly ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], "not every 316 Suppl, 41| falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom] says in his 317 Suppl, 45| falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says: "It is 318 Suppl, 48| mind and body. Yet Blessed John the evangelist after consenting 319 Suppl, 51| Now if one were to baptize John, thinking ~to baptize Peter, 320 Suppl, 51| thinking ~to baptize Peter, John would be baptized none the 321 Suppl, 61| Joan.] our Lord called ~John from his wedding.~Aquin.: 322 Suppl, 62| falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says that "lust 323 Suppl, 63| falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says that ~" 324 Suppl, 67| falsely ~ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] says that even 325 Suppl, 67| falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] that "Moses, 326 Suppl, 67| falsely ascribed to St. John ~Chrysostom] that "the Lawgiver 327 Suppl, 67| falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom] that "divorce 328 Suppl, 67| falsely ascribed to St. John Chrysostom], who says that " 329 Suppl, 71| may reply, according to John Damascene, in the sermon 330 Suppl, 74| the Blessed ~Virgin and John the Evangelist [*Ep. de 331 Suppl, 93| will and not in death, as John; in both will and death, 332 Suppl, 93| Christ's sake, even as in John the ~Baptist while yet in


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