Anf-02 vi.iv.iii Pg 79.2
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.iv.v.xxxviii Pg 29 They thus subvert His answer respecting the essential question of marriage, and apply His words, “The children of this world marry and are given in marriage,” as if they referred to the Creator’s men, and His permission to them to marry; whilst they themselves whom the god of that world—that is, the rival god—accounted worthy of the resurrection, do not marry even here, because they are not children of this world. But the fact is, that, having been consulted about marriage in that world, not in this present one, He had simply declared the non-existence of that to which the question related. They, indeed, who had caught the very force of His voice, and pronunciation, and expression, discovered no other sense than what had reference to the matter of the question. Accordingly, the Scribes exclaimed, “Master, Thou hast well said.”5008
Luke xx. 33.
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 22
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Mr 12:19-23 Lu 20:29-33 Heb 9:27