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y the one who is brought up. And since it is necessary to be fair- minded in hearing the Scripture, though the word shouts against us26and can truly disturb an d move us, let us see first whether the Scripture has been understood in some manner by him who does not admit this, or whether his attempt is from laudable intentions but speaks what is opposite to what is written. (2) For what is it which has been written? And the woman said: Whom shall I bring up for you?2 7Whose expression is the one which says, The woman said? Is it the expression of the Holy Spi rit, from whom the Scripture is believed to be recorded, or is it the expression of someone else? For the narrative expression, as those involved with all sorts of words also know, is above all th e expression of the author.28And the author for all of these words has not been believed to be a man, but the author is the Holy Spirit who moves men.29 (3) Therefore the Holy Spirit says: And the woman said: "Whom shall I bring up for you ?" And h e said: "Bring up Samuel for me."30Who says, And the woman saw Samuel and the woman in

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