Anf-03 v.iv.vi.xvii Pg 26 But Marcion must not here interpret the world as meaning the God of the world.5972
Eph. ii. 1, 2.
5972 Deo mundi: i.e. the God who made the world. For a creature bears no resemblance to the Creator; the thing made, none to its Maker; the world, none to God. He, moreover, who is the Prince of the power of the ages must not be thought to be called the prince of the power of the air; for He who is chief over the higher powers derives no title from the lower powers, although these, too, may be ascribed to Him. Nor, again, can He possibly seem to be the instigator5973
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 2
VERSE (1) -
:5,6; 1:19,20 Joh 5:25; 10:10; 11:25,26; 14:6 Ro 8:2 1Co 15:45