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Lastly, they say all arguments are unnecessary; for that its nature may be
determined by its fruits, since it has produced such a multitude of sects, so many
factious tumults, and such great licentiousness of vices. It is indeed very easy for
them to ...
Finally, they betray great want of candour, by invidiously repeating what great
commotions, tumults, and contentions, have attended the preaching of our
doctrine, and what effects it produces in many persons. For it is unfair to charge it
... produce fruit. But all his attempts will be vain, if we attend to the admonitions of
the Lord, who hath long ago made us acquainted with his devices, that we might
not be caught by him unawares, and has armed us with sufficient means of ...
... faith as is unconnected with the pursuit of repentance, before proceeding to the
full discussion of justification, he treats at large of repentance and the continual
exercise of it, which Christ, apprehended by faith, produces in us by his Spirit.
... (both which parts Valerian had also played, being taken by Sa- pores) : that
made Belisarius play the most victorious captain, and lastly the part of a blind
beggar: of which examples many thousands may be produced: why should other
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