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And both these are called your life by way of eminence ; in comparison of which a
carnal and bodily life is considered as death : for a carnal life leads to death , and
that eternal . Whence in the holy Scriptures they are accounted dead who live ...
In the former part three things are to be considered : the Author of the gift ; the
time of the bestowal ; the gift itself . 1 . The Author , or the Cause of the glorious
and blessed life which we expect , is Christ himself : Whence he is called our life
by a ...
On the doctrine of grace , however , and the strength of Free - will , as developed
in his Collationes , Prosper considered Cassian himself greatly in error , and
opposed his sentiments . It would seem , indeed , as Mosheim intimates , that in
... must be considered in this work of regeneration : it is a great proof of his
goodness and clemency , that he once willed that his image should be impressed
upon us ; and would renew and restore it again after it was obliterated and
... Greek nor Jew . ] That is , where there is considered no difference of nations in
respect to a new or renewed man , or the state of regeneration ; so that any one
should hope he is more acceptable to God because he is a Jew , or fear that he ...
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