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Who, then, will wonder at its becoming the object of public odium, where credit is
given to such most iniquitous accusations? This is the cause of the general
consent and conspiracy to condemn us and our doctrine. Hurried away with this ...
But as this one reply is sufficient to repress their temerity, so, on the other hand,
we must meet the weakness of some persons, who are frequently disturbed with
such offences, and become unsettled and wavering in their minds. Now, that they
It is next stated, that, in order to the complete accomplishment of salvation, it was
necessary for the eternal Son of God to become man, and that he actually
assumed a real human nature: — it is also shown how these two natures
constitute one ...
... but the relative positions and magnitudes both of the stars and all their orbits,
and of the heavens themselves, become so closely related that in none of its
parts can anything be changed without causing confusion in the other parts and
in the ...
... her moveables: and lastly, her father, by rendering up to the Crown of France
the Earldom of Provence and other places, for the payment of fifty thousand
crowns for her ransom, to become a stark beggar. And this was the end of that
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