Later Treatises of S. Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria; With Notes, and an Appendix on S. Cyril of Alexandria and Theodoret

Later Treatises of S. Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria; With Notes, and an Appendix on S. Cyril of Alexandria and Theodoret

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...Himself both in the sepulchre and in Hades '? But it was not possible to pay one thing as a ransom in exchange for a different thing on the contrary, He gave body for body, and soul for soul, and a perfect existence for the whole of man: this is Christ's exchange, which the Jews, the foes of life, insulted at the crucifixion, as they passed by and shook their heads. For neither did Hades endure the ap i Again an Irregular construction: ing here. The thought, though ob irtSi'(uro 5ira tjOiKn"', Tovriari ytr-scurely expressed, seems to he, " You rniriui. say that Christ's soul was a Divine, "I.e. in becoming Man, He placed not a human soul; that liiis was His Himself, a Man, under the law of inward man. Well, but Christ's in mortality, see Athan. Treat. i. 243; ward man, whatever it was, went into rp. c. 6: c. Epict. 8. Hades. Now, what was it but His I.e. where the human soul, pre-soul and that a human one? For (I) sent in its reality, or true character, He could not redeem human souls by was an instance of the sovereignty of the price of a soul that was nondeath, human; and (2) it is expressly taught See above, c. 2. that what went into Hades was a hu. - Mtrrryt apparently has this mean-man soul." and a true soul to go into Hades. Ill proach of a Godhead unveiled'; this is attested both by r-al. 16. prophets and apostles. K 18. Further, the truth of these observations will be seen 31. at a glance when we consider the dispensation' of the cross, f.'" how the Lord exhibited the reality of His flesh by tha pouring forth of His blood, and by the addition of water indicated its spotless purity, and that it was the Body of God: and by crying aloud, and bowing the head, and S. Matt. yielding up His spirit, He indicated...show more

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