Anf-03 v.iv.v.xxxviii Pg 17 This, (observe,) was the gist of the inquiry, this was the sum and substance of the dispute. And to it Christ was obliged to return a direct answer. He had nobody to fear; that it should seem advisable4996
Luke xx. 27–33.
4996 Ut videatur. for Him either to evade their questions, or to make them the occasion of indirectly mooting4997
4997 Subostendisse. a subject which He was not in the habit of teaching publicly at any other time. He therefore gave His answer, that “the children of this world marry.”4998
Anf-03 v.viii.xxxvi Pg 4 Now, let the purport both of the question and the answer be kept steadily in view, and the discussion is settled at once. For since the Sadducees indeed denied the resurrection, whilst the Lord affirmed it; since, too, (in affirming it,) He reproached them as being both ignorant of the Scriptures—those, of course which had declared the resurrection—as well as incredulous of the power of God, though, of course, effectual to raise the dead, and lastly, since He immediately added the words, “Now, that the dead are raised,”7522
Matt. xxii. 23–32; Mark xii. 18–27; Luke xx. 27–38.
Edersheim Bible History
Lifetimes x.iv Pg 1.3
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 20
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Mt 16:1,6,12; 22:23 *etc: