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hand of God, is synonymous with reigning (Bariλeveiv,) and with being made, that is constituted and declared Lord and Christ (κύριον και Χριςόν ὁ Θεός ἐποιήσε.) The difficulty alluded to in the text is thus stated by Vitringa: "Non Filio sed Patri tribuitur ponere hostes scabellum pedum Filii; Patri non Filio, assignatur rò mittere sceptrum. Vitring. Obs. Sac. ii. 312 The reader will find the view I have been induced to take of this difficulty in pp. 348, 9. Vitringa solves it by the joint government and common union of power between the Father and the Son. Zech. vi. 13-" ne quis tamen existimaret patrem omni regimini se abdicasse; pater in filio et per filium regnat," Vitringa, 313.
Page 349.-Many critics have found or made considerable difficulty in the Psalmist's expression, "until," y. The opinion of Bergman seems to be very rational, "Jam satis apparet, hanc questionem ex ipsius, quæ agitur, rei natura non solummodo e grammaticorum legibus, esse dirimendam. Res autem et dicendi ratio vetant statuere, particulam Ty, ɛws, donec, ponere terminum sessioni ad dextram. Quid enim? Mos est, ut videmus, in orienti, ut qui throno insidiat subsellium pedibus suppositum habeat. Jam concedit poeta Domino suo sedem in throno divino, at sine subsellio: mox, hostibus subactis, hi subselli loco pedibus ejus subjicientur. Subiguntur hostes, durite jacant, subsellium pedibus subjicientur. Absurdum dictu, nunc, sedem vacuam a domino relictum iri."-Bergman Commentatio in Ps. cx. 86. The passage in 1 Cor. xv. 24-28. seems to have respect to a different period; the Psalmist, speaking of the progress of Messiah's kingdom-the Apostle, of its completion.
Page 350.-An obscure but learned critic Mudge in his Translation of the Psalms.
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