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46没有人能够回答他。从那天起,也没有人敢再问他。
46And no man was able to answer him a word, neither durst any man from that day forth ask him any more questions.
46 Verse 46. Neither durst any-ask him any more questions.]

"Thus," says Dr. Wotton, "our Lord put the four great sects of the

Jews to silence, in one day, successively. The Herodians and

Pharisees wanted to know whether they might lawfully pay tribute

to Caesar or not. The Sadducees were inquisitive to know whose

wife the woman should be of the seven brethren, in the

resurrection, who had her to wife. Then comes the scribe, (or

karaite,) who owned no authority beyond or besides the written

law, and asked which was the great commandment in the law. This

lawyer deserves to be mentioned here, because he not only

acquiesced in, but commended, what our Lord had said in answer to

his question." Wotton's Miscellaneous Discourses, vol. i. p. 78.



The Pharisees and Herodians were defeated, . The

Sadducees were confounded, . The lawyers or karaites

nonplussed, . And the Pharisees, &c., finally routed,

.

Thus did the wisdom of God triumph over the cunning of men.



From this time, we do not find that our Lord was any more

troubled with their captious questions: their whole stock, it

appears, was expended, and now they coolly deliberate on the most

effectual way to get him murdered. He that resists the truth of

God is capable of effecting the worst purpose of Satan.



The very important subjects of this chapter have been so amply

discussed in the notes, and applied so particularly to their

spiritual uses, that it does not appear necessary to add any thing

by way of practical improvement. The explanation of the great

command of the law is particularly recommended to the reader's

notice. See on .