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Lastly , the Apostle ' s conclusion is supported by what is honourable and due . It
is honourable , that they who have died sacramentally in baptism , should shew
in their life that they are really mortified . It is due , that they who have vowed the ...
Hence we infer that our participation with Christ in dying , rising again , and
ascending , is the strongest inducement to newness of life and holiness .
Secondly . Let us consider the act itself to which we are invited , expressed in this
We have an example in the sons of Jacob , who , when inflamed with anger ,
perfidiously and cruelly slaughtered the Shechemites , Gen . xxxiv . ; whence they
merited that reproach of their dying father , Cursed be their anger for it was fierce
Thus , while Garnet and others of his fraternity became the victims of their zeal ,
he kept himself secure from danger , and died in 1610 , at Rome , where he had
for twenty - three years presided over the English College . Besides his Tract ...
... to whom our Expositor refers on the point under consideration , little is
recorded , although he was a voluminous writer . He was a Professor of Theology
who flourished in the sixteenth Century at Louvain , dying in 1585 , at the age of
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