Chapter 5.—Of Christs Passion, Burial, and Resurrection.
11. But little [comparatively] was the humiliation (humilitas) of our Lord on our behalf in His being born: it was also added that He deemed it meet to die in behalf of mortal men. For “He humbled Himself, being made subject even unto death, yea, the death of the cross:” 1571 lest any one of us, even were he able to have no fear of death [in general], should yet shudder at some particular sort of death which men reckon most shameful. Therefore do we believe in Him Who Under Pontius Pilate Was Crucified and Buried. For it was requisite that the name of the judge should be added, with a view to the cognizance of the times. Moreover, when that burial is made an object of belief, there enters also the recollection of the new tomb, 1572 which was meant to present a testimony to Him in His destiny to rise again to newness of life, even as the Virgins womb did the same to Him in His appointment to be born. For just as in that sepulchre no other dead person was buried, 1573 whether before or after Him; so neither in that womb, whether before or after, was anything mortal conceived.
12. We believe also, that On the Third Day He Rose Again from The Dead, the first-begotten for brethren destined to come after Him, whom He has called into the adoption of the sons of God, 1574 whom [also] He has deemed it meet to make His own joint-partners and joint-heirs. 1575
Phil. 2.8Phil. ii. 8326:1572
For monumenti some editions give testamenti = testament.326:1573
John 19.41John xix. 41326:1574
Eph. 1.5Eph. i. 5326:1575
Rom. 8.17Rom. viii. 17