Isidore of Seville (560-636 AD) Testimonia divinae Scripturae

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Testimonia divinae Scripturae. PL 83, col 1203C
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Incertus 083, Testimonia divinae Scripturae, 2, CAP. III. - De conversione et contemptu saeculi. hide dictionary links
(PL 83 1203C)
In Epistola Ioannis. Quoniam tres sunt qui testimonium dant in terra, Spiritus, aqua, et Sanguis; et tres unum sunt in Christo Iesu; et tres sunt, qui testimonium dicunt in coelo, Pater, Verbum, et Spiritus, et tres unum sunt. In Epistola Quoniam multi fallaces prodierunt in hunc mundum, qui non confitentur, Dominum nostrum Iesum in carne venisse, hi sunt fallaces, et antichristi sunt.
Isidore of Seville

In the early 7th century, the Testimonia Divinae Scripturae et Patrum is often attributed to Isidore of Seville:

De Distinctions personarum, Patris et Filii et Spiritus Sancti.

In Epistola Joannis. Quoniam tres sunt qui testimonium dant in terra Spiritus, aqua, et sanguis; et tres unum sunt in Christo Jesu; et tres sunt qui testimonium dicunt in coelo, Pater, Verbum, et Spiritus, et tres unum sunt.[SUP][100][/SUP]

Arthur-Marie Le Hir asserts that evidences like Isidore and the Ambrose Ansbert Commentary on Revelation show early circulation of the Vulgate with the verse and thus also should be considered in the issues of Jerome's original Vulgate text and the authenticity of the Vulgate Prologue.[SUP][101][/SUP] Cassiodorus has also been indicated as reflecting the Vulgate text, rather than simply the Vetus Latina.[SUP][102]
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100 Daniel M'Carthy The Epistles and Gospels of the Sundays 1866, p. 521. (Patrolog. Lat. ed. Migne), Tom. lxxxiii. p. 1203).

101 Arthur-Marie Le Hir, Les Trois Témoins Célestes Études bibliques, 1869 pp.1–72

102 Some see Testimonia Divinae Scripturae as earlier than Isidore. "Most learned critics believe to be more ancient than St. Isidore". John MacEvilly An Exposition of the Epistles of St. Paul, 1875, p.424, M'Carthy: "The question of authorship is not, however, important in our controversy, provided the antiquity of the document be admitted"
Grantley - p. 50
50 Ps.-Isidore, Testimonia diuince scripturx, CCSL 108:57:
“IN EPISTULA lOHANNIS: Quoniam tres sunt, qui testimonium dant in terra spiritus, aqua et sanguis; et hi tres unum sunt in Xristo Iesu; et tres sunt, qui testimonium dicunt in caelo pater, uerbum et spiritus; et hi tres unum sunt.”

Isidore of Seville. Etymologiarum sive originum libri XX. Ed. Wallace Martin Lindsay. Oxford:
OUP, 1911.

 
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