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Mortify therefore your members which are upon the earth ; fornication ,
uncleanness , inordinate affection , evil concupiscence , and covelousness which
is idolatry . Having gone through that former part of the exhortation which teaches
us what ...
Fornication , uncleanness , inordinate affection , evil concupiscence , and
covetousness which is idolatry . ] The Apostle by a general exhortation had
persuaded to a mortification of the earthly members of the old Adam : Now , that
we may be ...
This opinion had taken deep root in the minds of almost all the Heathen , that
fornication was either lawful , or at least to be tolerated . This error , therefore , the
Apostle in the first place meets , and asserts that fornication should be utterly ...
Because not only does it constitute the fornicator himself guilty of eternal death ,
but those miserable beings also with ... Now let us hear , secondly , what is wont
to be alleged by those who deny that simple fornication ( for I would use their own
They who deny that fornication is a mortal sin , thus argue from Acts xv . 20 . The
things there enumerated seem to be placed on one footing ; but fornication is
there enumerated with certain indifferent things : They should abstain from ...
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