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Commentary On The Gospel According To Saint John Volumes 1&2

For justly their conscience does not suffer them [to speak plainly], although an impulse from within urges them to lift up their horn on high, as it is written, and they speak evil against Him Who truly and by Nature is God, namely the Only-Begotten, Who reflects the Nature of the Father, being the essential and natural Likeness and Image of Him.

FROM THE EIGHTH DISCOURSE OF S. CYRIL’S COMMENTARY ON THE GOSPEL OF JOHN.

For it is by Jesus Christ that those who believe have glory and indwelling with God, and the Divine Paul contends on our side, writing thus, that it was God Who was in Christ reconciling the world unto Himself For let none of those who are accustomed after a foolish manner to hear the Scripture which is inspired by God, corrupt what is read, when it asserts that God was in Christ; or think that [Paul] says “one clothed with the Spirit,” for the expression is not very correct. For Christ is indeed by Nature God, and not a man “clothed with God” as one of the prophets.








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