Anf-03 v.iv.vi.xiii Pg 10 he both vindicated that wrath from which comes this judgment for the truth, and at the same time afforded another proof that the truth emanates from the same God whose wrath he attested, by witnessing to His judgment. Marcion’s averment is quite a different matter, that5793
Rom. ii. 2.
5793 Aliud est si. the Creator in anger avenges Himself on the truth of the rival god which had been detained in unrighteousness. But what serious gaps Marcion has made in this epistle especially, by withdrawing whole passages at his will, will be clear from the unmutilated text of our own copy.5794
5794 Nostri instrumenti. It is enough for my purpose to accept in evidence of its truth what he has seen fit to leave unerased, strange instances as they are also of his negligence and blindness. If, then, God will judge the secrets of men—both of those who have sinned in the law, and of those who have sinned without law (inasmuch as they who know not the law yet do by nature the things contained in the law)5795
Anf-03 v.iv.vi.xiii Pg 16 The wrath, therefore, which is to vindicate truth, can only be revealed from heaven by the God of wrath;5799
Rom. ii. 2.
Edersheim Bible History
Lifetimes ix.xx Pg 25.1, Lifetimes x.v Pg 25.1
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 2
VERSE (2) - Ps 9:4,7,8; 11:5-7; 36:5,6
:5; 3:4,5; 9:14 Ge 18:25 Job 34:17-19,23