Anf-03 iv.iv.v Pg 13 It is enough that the same God, as by law He forbade the making of similitude, did, by the extraordinary precept in the case of the serpent, interdict similitude.196
See 1 Cor. x. 6; 11.
196 On the principle that the exception proves the rule. As Oehler explains it: “By the fact of the extraordinary precept in that particular case, God gave an indication that likeness-making had before been forbidden and interdicted by Him.” If you reverence the same God, you have His law, “Thou shalt make no similitude.”197
Anf-03 v.iv.vi.vii Pg 54 Now, tell me, were these examples given by the Creator to men belonging to a rival god? Or did one god borrow examples from another, and a hostile one too? He withdraws me to himself in alarm5523
1 Cor. x. 6.
5523 Me terret sibi. from Him from whom he transfers my allegiance. Will his antagonist make me better disposed to him? Should I now commit the same sins as the people, shall I have to suffer the same penalties, or not?5524
Anf-03 v.viii.lviii Pg 13 and they are written that we may believe both that the Lord is more powerful than all natural laws about the body, and that He shows Himself the preserver of the flesh the more emphatically, in that He has preserved for it its very clothes and shoes.
1 Cor. x. 6.
Edersheim Bible History
Lifetimes viii.xxiii Pg 53.1, Lifetimes ix.xv Pg 5.1, Lifetimes x.x Pg 116.1
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 10
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:11 Zep 3:6,7 Heb 4:11 2Pe 2:6 Jude 1:7