... HYMNS ECCE HOMO. "Look unto Me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth.""Isaiah
45:22. Mechthild of Hellfde, 1277. tr., Emma Frances Bevan, 1899. ...
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... CHAPTER XXVII. Ecce Homo. The cruel executioners ... throng. Pilate exclaimed,
as he pointed him out to the people; 'Ecce homo! Behold the ...
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May 10. "I am Alive Forevermore" (Rev. I. 18).
... One is the Ecce Homo and the other is the glorified Jesus with only the marks of
the nails and the spear. ... It is not the Ecce Homo, but the Living Christ. ...
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... O æternitas! 2. Væ mihi, cum aperientur libri, et dicitur, Ecce homo et opera ejus.
Heu mihi Domine in illa die si inventus fuero minus habens. ...
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... O æternitas! Væ mihi, cum aperientur libri, et dicetur, ecce homo et opera ejus.
Heu, heu mihi, Domine, in illa die si inventus fuero minus habens. ...
Secundum Genus Hæreticorum Aggreditur, Illorum Scilicet Qui Ex ...
... Venit," inquit, "Joannes, nec comedens, nec bibens, et dicunt: dæmonium habet; venit
Filius hominis comedarts et bibens, et dicunt: Ecce homo vorax et vini ...
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The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ
... CHAPTER XXVI. The Crowning with Thorns. CHAPTER XXVII. Ecce Homo. CHAPTER XXVIII.
Reflections on the Visions. CHAPTER XXIX. Jesus condemned to be crucified. ...
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The Second Word from the Cross
... The crown of thorns, the purple robe, Pilate's Ecce Homo, the inscription on the
cross, the savage cries of the passers-by and other similar incidents, full at ...
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The Shipwreck of Pilate
... and wearing the purple robe and crown of thorns, as the one in which to portray
the Man of Sorrows; and many a priceless canvas bears the title Ecce Homo. ...
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Jesus Condemned to be Crucified.
... the Roman governor on to the forum, and the two thieves were taken there at the
time that Pilate presented our Saviour to the people, saying: 'Ecce homo!'. ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaEcce Homo
ek'-se ho'-mo (idou ho anthropos, "Behold, the man!" John 19:5):
Pilate's statement regarding Jesus during His trial. While the significance of this statement is somewhat debatable, yet there is little doubt, as judged from his attitude and statement immediately following, that Pilate was endeavoring to appeal to the accusers' sympathies and to point out to them the manly qualities of Jesus. The ordinary punctuation which places an exclamation point after "Behold" and a period after "the man" is evidently incorrect if the grammatical structure in the Greek is to be observed, which gives to the second and third words the nominative form, and which therefore admits of a mild exclamation, and therefore of the emphasis upon "the man." Some, however, hold the contrary view and maintain that the utterance was made in a spirit of contempt and ridicule, as much as to say, "Behold here a mere man." See especially on this view Marcus Dods in Expositor's Greek Testament. It would seem, however, that the former of the two views would be sustained by the chief facts in the case.
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