The Economy of the Covenants Between God and Man: Comprehending a Complete Body of Divinity ...
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4thly , Nor can it be affirmed , that after the breach of love , or , which is the same
thing , after the entrance of sin , that then it was the law was superadded ; seeing
sin itself is avquse the transgression of the law . 5thly , Nor is love rendered less ...
In the law of God , since the entrance of sin , we are to consider two things . Ist ,
The rule and direction to submission . 2dly ; The power of bridling and restraining
by terror and fear , and lastly , of justly condemning . When therefore the Apostle
therefore , most certainly infer , that man had no occasion to be afraid of losing
that happiness , as long as he kept himself from sin . 7thly , By this assertion of
our adversaries , according to their own hypotheses , all the religion of the first
17 . ” for in the day that thou eatest thereof ( the tree of knowledge of good and
evil ) , thou shalt surely die . ” II . Several things are here to be distinctly noted . '
Ist . That all that God here threatens is the consequence and punishment of sin ,
6thly , That on the very day the sin should be committed , punishment should be
inflicted on man ; justice required this , and it has been verified by the event . For
in the very moment when man sinned he became obnoxious to death , and ...
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