Ch. xvii. 8.
   
De Civitate Dei bk. xx. ch. 8. xviii. 18.
   
St. Matt. xvi. 19.; xviii. 18.
   
Rom xiv.9.
   
Col iii.1.
   
Ezek xviii.20.
   
So Gr., Vulg.
   
1 St. Pet ii.9
   
Qu. Ch. Xvii. 12?
   
Beda, with St. Augustine, seems to have confused , "a roof," With .... The writer of the Article "Magog," in Smith's Bible Dictionary, while acknowledging the etymology to be uncertain, states that Knobel and Von Bohlen propose as a derivation, the Sanscrit mah or maha, "great," and a Persian word signifying "mountain ;" but that Hitzig, on the other hand, connects the first syllable with the Coptic, ma, "place," or the Sanscrit, maha, " land," and the second with a Persian word, koka, "the moon."
   
The reference to the signification of the names of Gog and Magog, and the sentences which follow, occur almost exactly the same as here in St. Augustine, De Civ.Dei, bk xx. ch. II.
   
Gen i.8.
   
1 Cor vii.31.
   
St. Matt xxv.31,2
   
So St. Gregory, in Morals of the Book of Job, bk. xxiv. ch. 16, says, "And the dead were judged out of those things which are written in the Books; because in the conduct of the righteous which is set forth, they read as in an open book the good which they refused to do themselves, and are condemned on comparison with those who did it." Oxf. Tr., vol. iii. p. 61.
   
Ch. Vi.8.
   
Ch. Xix.20.