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and miracles among
tures, and Courage in Preach- A. D. 33. the people.
9. Against whom there came a Set of jews, that had a particular Synagogue by themselves, and who from their being Freemen " of Rome, were called Libertines, and pretended openly to contradićt, and challenged to dispute with him.
10. But by the Strength of his Reason, and the Gravity, Courage, and Freedom of his Discouse, they were filenced
and baffled before all the People.
and the elders, and the scribes, and came upon him, and caught him, and brought bim to the council.
D 3 15. And
15. And all that sat 15. As soon as he was charged in the council, look- with this Crime, there appeared ing fledfastly on him, upon his Face (as a Token of his saw his face as it had Innocence) a Splendor and a been, the face of an Brightness like that of an Angel." angel. which was visible to all the Council that were to be his Judges.
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