A Metaphrase of the Book of Ecclesiastes
A Metaphrase of the Book of Ecclesiastes
Gregory Thaumaturgus

Translated by the Rev. S. D. F. Salmond, M.A.
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Title Page

Chapter I. These words speaketh Solomon, the son of David the king and prophet…

Chapter II. Judging, therefore, that it stood thus with this matter…

Chapter III. For this present time is filled with all things that are most contrary to each…

Chapter IV. And leaving all these reflections, I considered and turned in aversion from all the forms…

Chapter V. Moreover, it is a good thing to use the tongue sparingly…

Chapter VI. Moreover, I shall exhibit in discourse the ill-fortune that most of all prevails among men.…

Chapter VII. For though a man should be by no means greatly advantaged by knowing all in…

Chapter VIII. Moreover, wisdom, when it is found in a man…

Chapter IX. Now I thought at that time that all men were judged worthy of the same…

Chapter X. Moreover, flies falling into myrrh, and suffocated therein, make both the appearance of that pleasant…

Chapter XI. Moreover, it is a righteous thing to give to the needy of thy bread…

Chapter XII. Moreover, it is right that thou shouldest fear God while thou art yet young…




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