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John 20:1 - NIV, NAB - in Dionysius Extant Fragments Part I

it was "early, when it was yet dark," as John writes;[143]

John 20:1 - NIV, NAB - in Dionysius Extant Fragments Part I

"The first day of the week," says he, "came Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and seeth the stone taken away from the sepulchre."[150]

John 20:11 - NIV, NAB - in Constitutions of the Holy Apostles Book V

And when He was risen from the dead, He appeared first to Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James, then to Cleopas in the way, and after that to us His disciples, who had fled away for fear of the Jews, but privately were very inquisitive about Him.[117]

John 20:17 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to the Tarsians

And that He Himself is not God over all, and the Father, but His Son, He [shows when He] says, "I ascend unto my Father and your Father, and to my God and your God."[18]

John 20:17 - NIV, NAB - in Irenaeus Against Heresies Book V

and on His rising again the third day, He said to Mary, who was the first to see and to worship Him, "Touch Me not, for I have not yet ascended to the Father; but go to the disciples, and say unto them, I ascend unto My Father, and unto your Father."[266]

John 20:17 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian Against Praxeas

), "and say unto them, I ascend unto my Father and your Father, and to my God and your God."[356]

John 20:17 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian Against Praxeas

How blind, to be sure, is the man who fails to perceive that by the name of Christ some other God is implied, if he ascribes to the Father this name of Christ! For if Christ is God the Father, when He says, "I ascend unto my Father and your Father, and to my God and your God,"[402]

John 20:17 - NIV, NAB - in A Treatise of Novatian Concerning the Trinity

Or when he considers the passage: "I go to my Father, and your Father; to my God, and your God? "[203]

John 20:17 - NIV, NAB - in The Second Epistle of Clement Concerning Virginity

Is He not a rule, such as may not be set aside, an example, and a pattern to all the tribes of men? And not only so; but also, when our Lord was risen from the place of the dead, and Mary came to the place of sepulture, she ran and fell at the feet of our Lord and worshipped Him, and would have taken hold of Him. But He said to her: "Touch Me not; for I am not yet ascended to My Father."[69]

John 20:17 - NIV, NAB - in Origen Commentary on John Book VI

required after His mighty deeds a purification which could only be given Him by His Father alone; and this is why He forbids Mary to touch Him, saying,[169]

John 20:17 - NIV, NAB - in Origen Commentary on John Book X

and it belongs to the resurrection when Jesus appears and says, "Touch Me not; for I am not yet ascended to My Father,"[115]

John 20:19 - NIV, NAB - in Clement of Alexandria The Instructor Book II

Let contentiousness in words, for the sake of a useless triumph, be banished; for our aim is to be free from perturbation. Such is the meaning of the phrase,[147]

John 20:19 - NIV, NAB - in The Passing of Mary Latin I

Nor is it to be wondered at that He should do such things, who went into the virgin and came out of her though her womb was closed; who, though the gates were shut, went in to His disciples;[22]

John 20:19 - NIV, NAB - in Polycrates of Ephesus

Those who in our own times have revived the observance of the Jewish Sabbath, show us how much may be said on their side,[3]

John 20:20 - NIV, NAB - in Irenaeus Against Heresies Book V

In the same manner, therefore, as Christ did rise in the substance of flesh, and pointed out to His disciples the mark of the nails and the opening in His side[35]

John 20:20 - NIV, NAB - in Irenaeus Against Heresies Book V

then afterwards rising in the flesh, so that He even showed the print of the nails to His disciples,[268]

John 20:21 - NIV, NAB - in Cyprian Epistle LXXII

And when He had said this, He breathed on them, and saith, unto them, Receive ye the Holy Ghost: whosesoever sins ye remit, they are remitted unto them; and whosesoever sins ye retain, they are retained."[10]

John 20:21 - NIV, NAB - in Cyprian Epistle LXXV

Whose soever sins ye remit, they shall be remitted unto them; and whose soever sins ye retain, they shall be retained."[25]

John 20:21 - NIV, NAB - in Cyprian Treatise I On the Unity of the Church

And although to all the apostles, after His resurrection, He gives an equal power, and says, "As the Father hath sent me, even so send I you: Receive ye the Holy Ghost: Whose soever sins ye remit, they shall be remitted unto him; and whose soever sins ye retain, they shall be retained; "[13]

John 20:22 - NIV, NAB - in Fragments from the Lost Writings of Irenaeus

And as He was the servant of God, so is He the Son of God, and Lord of the universe. And as He was spit upon ignominiously, so also did He breathe the Holy Spirit into His disciples.[110]

John 20:22 - NIV, NAB - in Five Books in Reply to Marcion

Sprinkled, by speaking.[227]

John 20:22 - NIV, NAB - in Origen de Principiis Book I

And in the New Testament we have abundant testimonies, as when the Holy Spirit is described as having descended upon Christ, and when the Lord breathed upon His apostles after His resurrection, saying, "Receive the Holy Spirit; "[58]

John 20:22 - NIV, NAB - in Origen de Principiis Book I

Our Saviour also, after the resurrection, when old things had already passed away, and all things had become new, Himself a new man, and the first-born from the dead, His apostles also being renewed by faith in His resurrection, says, "Receive the Holy Spirit; "[83]

John 20:22 - NIV, NAB - in Origen Against Celsus Book VII

and of those who, among their other instructions, teach us that words, "Receive ye the Holy Ghost,"[131]

John 20:22 - NIV, NAB - in Cyprian Epistle LXXIV

And again, in the Gospel, when Christ breathed on the apostles alone, saying, "Receive ye the Holy Ghost: whose soever sins ye remit they are remitted unto them, and whose soever sins ye retain they are retained."[29]

John 20:22 - NIV, NAB - in A Treatise of Novatian Concerning the Trinity

And the Lord said, "Receive ye the Holy Ghost: whose sins ye remit, they shall be remitted; and whose ye retain, they shall be retained."[244]

John 20:22 - NIV, NAB - in A Treatise on Re-Baptism by an Anonymous Writer

Moreover, our Lord after His resurrection, when He had breathed upon His apostles, and had said to them, "Receive ye the Holy Ghost,"[11]

John 20:22 - NIV, NAB - in The Epistle of Pope Urban First

Whose soever sins ye remit, are remitted unto them; and whose soever sins ye retain, they are retained."[10]

John 20:22 - NIV, NAB - in Origen Commentary on Matthew Book XII

etc; but in the Gospel of John the Saviour having given the Holy Spirit unto the disciples by breathing upon them said, "Receive ye the Holy Spirit,"[75]

John 20:23 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian On Modesty

Touching this difference, we have not only already premised certain antithetical passages of the Scriptures, on one hand retaining, on the other remitting, sins;[45]

John 20:23 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian On Modesty

Hence the power of loosing and of binding committed to Peter had nothing to do with the capital sins of believers; and if the Lord had given him a precept that he must grant pardon to a brother sinning against him even "seventy times sevenfold," of course He would have commanded him to "bind"-that is, to "retain"[283]

John 20:23 - NIV, NAB - in Seventh Council of Carthage Under Cyprian

said: Since sins are not remitted[76]

John 20:24 - NIV, NAB - in Irenaeus Against Heresies Book I

and the ten apostles to whom the Lord appeared after His resurrection,-Thomas[241]

John 20:25 - NIV, NAB - in Constitutions of the Holy Apostles Book V

After eight days let there be another feast observed with honour, the eighth day itself, on which He gave me Thomas, who was hard of belief, full assurance, by showing me the print of the nails, and the wound made in His side by the spear.[157]

John 20:26 - NIV, NAB - in Fragments from the Lost Writings of Irenaeus

and entered without impediment through closed doors.[112]

John 20:26 - NIV, NAB - in Origen Against Celsus Book II

And hence it was, that when His disciples were together, and Thomas with them, there "came Jesus, the doors being shut, and stood in the midst, and said, Peace be unto you. Then saith He to Thomas, Reach hither thy finger,"[153]

John 20:26 - NIV, NAB - in Origen Against Celsus Book II

And in the Gospels[156]

John 20:27 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to the Smyrnaeans

And He says to Thomas, "Reach hither thy finger into the print of the nails, and reach hither thy hand, and thrust it into My side; "[23]

John 20:27 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian A Treatise on the Soul

true and real also was the touch of the then believing Thomas.[130]

John 20:27 - NIV, NAB - in Origen Against Celsus Book II

"Jesus accordingly, having called Thomas, said, "Reach hither thy finger, and behold My hands; and reach hither thy hand, and thrust it into My side: and be not faithless, but believing."[151]

John 20:27 - NIV, NAB - in Hippolytus Dogmatical and Historical Fragments

For He, having risen, and being desirous to show that that same (body) had been raised which had also died, when His disciples were in doubt, called Thomas to Him, and said, "Reach hither; handle me, and see: for a spirit hath not bone and flesh, as ye see me have."[457]

John 20:27 - NIV, NAB - in Cyprian Treatise XII Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews

Jesus saith unto him, Because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they who have not seen, and yet have believed."[166]

John 20:28 - NIV, NAB - in Epistle of Ignatius to the Smyrnaeans

and immediately they believed that He was Christ. Wherefore Thomas also says to Him, "My Lord, and my God."[24]

John 20:28 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian An Answer to the Jews

No king, with Him, finds greater favour, no barbarian lesser joy; no dignities or pedigrees enjoy distinctions of merit; to all He is equal, to all King, to all Judge, to all "God and Lord."[100]

John 20:28 - NIV, NAB - in A Treatise of Novatian Concerning the Trinity

Christ alone declared this word out of the consciousness of His divinity; and if, finally, the Apostle Thomas, instructed in all the proofs and conditions of Christ's divinity, says in reply to Christ, "My Lord and my God; "[92]

John 20:28 - NIV, NAB - in A Treatise of Novatian Concerning the Trinity

And, "My Lord and my God."[278]

John 20:29 - NIV, NAB - in Clement of Alexandria Stromata Book II

Faith, then, is not established by demonstration. "Blessed therefore those who, not having seen, yet have believed."[23]

John 20:29 - NIV, NAB - in Clement of Alexandria Stromata Book II

Now the followers of Basilides regard faith as natural, as they also refer it to choice, [representing it] as finding ideas by intellectual comprehension without demonstration; while the followers of Valentinus assign faith to us, the simple, but will have it that knowledge springs up in their own selves (who are saved by nature) through the advantage of a germ of superior excellence, saying that it is as far removed from faith as[24]

John 20:29 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian On the Resurrection of the Flesh

" Well, be it so; only let the same hope flow on from them to us! For if to them who saw, and therefore believed, such fruit then accrued to the operations of the flesh and the soul, how much more to us! For more "blessed," says Christ, "are they who have not seen, and yet have believed; "[228]

John 20:31 - NIV, NAB - in Irenaeus Against Heresies Book III

The Gospel, therefore, knew no other son of man but Him who was of Mary, who also suffered; and no Christ who flew away from Jesus before the passion; but Him who was born it knew as Jesus Christ the Son of God, and that this same suffered and rose again, as John, the disciple of the Lord, verities, saying: "But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing ye might have eternal life in His name,"[287]

John 20:31 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian Against Praxeas

And so lie showed, of course, that He was not the Father, but the Son; and elsewhere He is expressly called "the Christ, the Son of God,"[257]

John 20:31 - NIV, NAB - in Tertullian Against Praxeas

as the Father to the Father, and as God to God? Or as the Son to the Father, and as the Word to God? Wherefore also does this Gospel, at its very termination, intimate that these things were ever written, if it be not, to use its own words, "that ye might believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God? "[357]