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42“他救了别人,却不能救自己。如果他是以色列的王,现在可以从十字架上下来,我们就信他。
42He saved others; himself he cannot save. If he be the King of Israel, let him now come down from the cross, and we will believe him.
42 Verse 42. He saved others; himself he cannot save.] Or, Cannot

he save himself? Several MSS. read this with the mark of

interrogation as above; and this makes the sarcasm still more

keen.



A high priest who designs to destroy the temple of God: a

Saviour who saves not himself; and the Son of God crucified:

these are the contradictions which give offence to Jews and

libertines. But a high priest who dispels the types and shadows,

only that he may disclose the substance of religion, and become

the minister of a heavenly sanctuary; a Saviour who dies only

to be the victim of salvation; and the Son of God who confines his

power within the bounds of the cross to establish the

righteousness of faith: this is what a Christian adores; this is

the foundation of his hope, and the fountain of his present

comfort and final blessedness. See Quesnel.



We will believe him.] Instead of αυτω, him, many excellent

MSS. have επαυτω, IN him: this is a reading which Griesbach and

other eminent critics have adopted.