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i Theological Foundations Ministries. All rights reserved, Rev. Stephen W. Wilcox © 2004. Used by permission.
ii Compiled and categorized by the Christian Classics Ethereal Classics Library. All ancient material quoted is in the public domain and may be copied freely. The forgoing material is edited from www.marriagedivorce.com, a home page of Theological Foundations Ministries. All rights reserved, Rev. Stephen W. Wilcox © 2004 Used by permission.
iii Author’s note: Latest research indicates that Ambrosiaster may have been a fictitious name.
iv Steele, Paul E. and Ryrie, Charles C., Meant To Last (Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, 1983), 1983, pp. 88-89, (out of print).
v Smith, Preserved, Erasmus, A Study of His Life, Ideals, and Place in History, (New York: Frederick Unger Publishing Co., 1962), pp. 14, 27,29,60,367.
vi Erasmus, Desiderius, Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia 2005 http://encarta.msn.com 1997-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights Reserved.
vii Erasmus: His Life, Works and Influence by Cornelius Augustin & J.C. Grayson; University of Toronto Press, 1991
viii Erasmus of Christendom by Roland H. Bainton, New York; Charles Scribner’s Sons Copyright 1969
ix “The N.T. Logia on Divorce: A Study of Their Interpretation, from Erasmus to Milton.” By V.N. Olsen; J.C.B. Mohr. (Paul Siebeck) 1971 p. 15
x Erasmus A Study of His Life, Ideals and Place in History by Preserved Smith, Ph. D., Litt.D., Dover Publications Inc., N.Y. 1962 p. 429
xi The N.T. Logia on Divorce: A Study of Their Interpretation, from Erasmus to Milton” by V.N. Olsen; J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck) 1971 p. 23
xii Erasmus of Christendom by Roland Bainter, New York; Charles Scribner’s Sons 1969 pp. 229-231
xiii “The N.T. Logia on Divorce: A Study of Their Interpretation, from Erasmus to Milton” by V.N. Olsen; J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck) 1971 p.26
xiv Erasmus of Christendom by Roland Bainter, New York; Charles Scribner’s Sons 1969 pp. 229-231
xv Jesus and Divorce: The Problem With The Evangelical Consensus by William A Heth and Gordon J. Wenham: by Thomas Nelson Publishers; Nashville, Camden, New York p. 75,76
xvi “The N.T. Logia on Divorce: A Study of Their Interpretation, from Erasmus to Milton” by V.N. Olsen; J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck) 1971 p.22
xvii “The N.T. Logia on Divorce: A Study of Their Interpretation, from Erasmus to Milton” by V.N. Olsen; J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck) 1971 p.46
xxii “The N.T. Logia on Divorce: A Study of Their Interpretation, from Erasmus to Milton” by V.N. Olsen; J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck) 1971
xxiii Erasmus of Christendom by Roland Bainter, New York; Charles Scirbner’s Sons. 1969 pp.229-231
xxv Hermeneutics by Professor D. R. Dungan; Standard Publishing Company. Used by permission.)
xxvi Till Death Do Us Part? Dr. Joseph A. Webb
xxvii 3/17/07 World Magazine, “Standing in the God Gate.” p. 6