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Chapter LXVI.—Discussion Resumed.

“Now when we had come to our James, while we detailed to him all that had been said and done, we supped, and remained with him, spending the whole night in supplication to Almighty God, that the discourse of the approaching disputation might show the unquestionable truth of our faith.  Therefore, on the following day, James the bishop went up to the temple with us, and with the whole church.  There we found a great multitude, who had been waiting for us from the middle of the night.  Therefore we took our stand in the same place as before, in order that, standing on an elevation, we might be seen by all the people.  Then, when profound silence was obtained, Gamaliel, who, as we have said, was of our faith, but who by a dispensation remained amongst them, that if at any time they should attempt anything unjust or wicked against us, he might either check them by skillfully adopted counsel, or might warn us, that we might either be on our guard or might turn it aside;—he therefore, as if acting against us, first of all looking to James the bishop, addressed him in this manner:—

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