Anf-02 vi.iv.vi.xi Pg 19.1
Anf-03 v.iv.vi.x Pg 9 To be “baptized for the dead” therefore means, in fact, to be baptized for the body;5633
Eph. iv. 5.
5633 Pro corporibus. for, as we have shown, it is the body which becomes dead. What, then, shall they do who are baptized for the body,5634
Anf-03 v.iv.vi.x Pg 11 if the body5635
Eph. iv. 5.
5635 Corpora. rises not again? We stand, then, on firm ground (when we say) that5636
5636 Ut, with the subjunctive verb induxerit. the next question which the apostle has discussed equally relates to the body. But “some man will say, ‘How are the dead raised up? With what body do they come?’”5637
Anf-03 vi.iii.xii Pg 6 (saying to Peter, who was desirous8661
See Eph. iv. 5.
8661 “Volenti,” which Oehler notes as a suggestion of Fr. Junius, is adopted here in preference to Oehler’s “nolenti.” of being thoroughly bathed, “He who hath once bathed hath no necessity to wash a second time;”8662
Anf-03 vi.iii.xv Pg 12 made. Happy water, which once washes away; which does not mock sinners (with vain hopes); which does not, by being infected with the repetition of impurities, again defile them whom it has washed!
In John xiii. 10; and Eph. iv. 5.
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 4
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Ac 2:36; 10:36 Ro 14:8,9 1Co 1:2,13; 8:6; 12:5 Php 2:11; 3:8