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Topic VI.

If any one affirms that He who suffered is one, and that He who suffered not is another, and refuses to acknowledge that the Word, who is Himself the impassibie and unchangeable God, suffered in the flesh which He had assumed really, yet without mutation, even as it is written, let him be anathema.


How could it be said that He who suffered is one, and He who suffered not another, when the Lord Himself says, “The Son of man must suffer many things, and be killed, and be raised again the third day from the dead;”402402    Matt. xvi. 21. and again, “When ye see the Son of man sitting on the right hand of the Father;”403403    Matt. xxvi. 64; Mark xiv. 62. and again, “When the Son of man cometh in the glory of His Father?”404404    Matt. xvi. 27.

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