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36“老师,律法中哪一条诫命是最重要的呢?”
36Master, which is the great commandment in the law?
36 Verse 36. Which is the great commandment] We see here three

kinds of enemies and false accusers of Christ and his disciples;

and three sorts of accusations brought against them.



1. The Herodians, or politicians and courtiers, who form

their questions and accusations on the rights of the prince, and

matters of state, Mt 22:16.



2. The Sadducees, or libertines, who found theirs upon matters of

religion, and articles of faith, which they did not credit,

Mt 22:23.



3. The Pharisees, lawyers, scribes, or Karaites, hypocritical

pretenders to devotion, who found theirs on that vital and

practical godliness (the love of God and man) of which they wished

themselves to be thought the sole proprietors, Mt 22:36.