Anf-02 vi.iv.iii Pg 153.1
Anf-03 v.iv.vi.xiii Pg 43 It may be contended that Christ’s body is indeed a body, but not exactly5826
Rom. vii. 4; also Gal. ii. 19. This (although a quotation) is here a Marcionite argument; but there is no need to suppose, with Pamelius, that Marcion tampers with Rom. vi. 2. Oehler also supposes that this is the passage quoted. But no doubt it is a correct quotation from the seventh chapter, as we have indicated.
5826 Statim (or, perhaps, in respect of the derivation), “firmly” or “stedfastly.” flesh. Now, whatever may be the substance, since he mentions “the body of Christ,”5827
5827 Ejus. whom he immediately after states to have been “raised from the dead,”5828
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 6
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Ga 2:20; 5:24; 6:14 Eph 4:22 Col 3:5,9,10