Anf-03 v.iv.vi.xix Pg 24 meaning, of course, that He died in that body wherein death was possible through the flesh: (therefore he adds,) not through the Church6079
Col. i. 22.
6079 As if only in a metaphorical body, in which sense the Church is “His body.” (per ecclesiam), but expressly for the sake of the Church (proper ecclesiam), exchanging body for body—one of flesh for a spiritual one. When, again, he warns them to “beware of subtle words and philosophy,” as being “a vain deceit,” such as is “after the rudiments of the world” (not understanding thereby the mundane fabric of sky and earth, but worldly learning, and “the tradition of men,” subtle in their speech and their philosophy),6080
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 1
VERSE (22) -
Ro 7:4 Eph 2:15,16 Heb 10:10,20