Anf-03 v.iv.v.vii Pg 30 I do not here raise the question whether this appellation was suitable to one who ought not to be called Christ, unless he were sent by the Creator.3662
Luke iv. 33, 34.
3662 Si non Creatoris. Elsewhere3663
3663 See above, in book iii. chap. xii., on the name Emmanuel; in chap. xv., on the name Christ; and in chap. xvi., on the name Jesus. there has been already given a full consideration of His titles.
Anf-03 v.iv.vi.vi Pg 22 The parable also of the strong man armed, whom a stronger than he overcame and seized his goods, is admitted by Marcion to have reference to the Creator:5445
Luke iv. 34.
5445 In Creatoris accipitur apud Marcionem. therefore the Creator could not have been ignorant any longer of the God of glory, since He is overcome by him;5446
5446 Considered, in the hypothesis, as Marcion’s god. nor could He have crucified him whom He was unable to cope with. The inevitable inference, therefore, as it seems to me, is that we must believe that the princes and powers of the Creator did knowingly crucify the God of glory in His Christ, with that desperation and excessive malice with which the most abandoned slaves do not even hesitate to slay their masters. For it is written in my Gospel5447
5447 Apud me. that “Satan entered into Judas.”5448
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 5
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Mr 1:24 Ho 14:8 Mt 8:29 Lu 4:34