Job 6:30

Is there iniquity in my tongue? cannot my taste discern perverse things?
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Mouth. He engages their attention. (Calmet) Hebrew, "Cannot my taste discern perverse things "(Protestants; Haydock) or "the evil "which I endure? My complaints are not surely unfounded. (Calmet)

Gregory The Dialogist

AD 604
6. As if it were expressed in plain words, ‘The more exactly ye weigh your own words, the more truly ye estimate those of others, and when what ye say begins to be right, ye will recognise what ye hear to be just. For my tongue never sounds of folly to you, unless it be what comes from your own inward thoughts.’ Thus Holy Church makes it her aim first to prove the allegations of her enemies to be false, and then to make known the announcements of the truth, for so long as they reckon themselves to hold right notions, they obstinately assail the right things that they hear. Therefore it is necessary beforehand that heretics should feel their error, lest they gainsay the truth when it is heard. For neither if the tiller of the soil neglect to root up the briars of the field by the cutting of the share, will the earth bring to a crop the seed received into her bosom; and 'when the physician does not get rid of the corruption, by opening the wound, healthy flesh never forms in the co...

Julian of Eclanum

AD 455
While convincing his friends that they are not acting friendly but speaking against common sense, Job now tries to show that he cannot appropriately be accused of speaking harshly or of desiring death by just judges. “And judge by saying what is just.” Be judges of the words that we said in common, so that your judgment may be in compliance with justice and not with a feeling of hostility. - "Exposition on the Book of Job 6.29"

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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