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The Apostle affirms this in express words , Rom . vi . 7 , He who is dead is free
from sin : and ver . 14 , Sin shall not have dominion over you . This may be
illustrated from the similitude of a tyrant who formerly flourished and domineered ,
... Apostle contradicts himself : he had just now said that the Colossians were
risen ; but those who are risen again are alive : now in almost the same breath he
affirms that they are dead ; but the dead are not alive . This difficulty is solved by ...
Neither does it help them to affirm that that rule , What you wish not to be done to
you , you should not do to another , is not violated by fornication . For what a man
would wish to be done to by others is not to be regarded simply : but what he ...
... which were upheld in credit by the Papacy , it is actually laid down on the
alleged authority of a Council . at Toledo , Qui non habet uxorcm , loco illius
coNCUBINAM DEBET HABERE . Dist . 39 . Edit . Paris , 1512 . · 2 . What they
affirm , that ...
What they affirm , that brothels are to be tolerated lest married women should be
violated , is contrary to the Divine command , Deut . xxiii . 17 , There shall be no
whore of the daughters of Israel , & c . It is contrary to Apostolic doctrine ; which ...
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