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... to live to God , to put off the old man with his deeds , and to put on the new man
. The sum , then , of the Apostolic exhortation is contained in these two
propositions : 1 , A VOL . 11 . new and heavenly life must be entered upon by
Since , then , custom permits us to call a cruel man a wolf or a lion , or a base or
foundation a rock : the proposition is the same , whether you say a Heretic is a
wolf , or a heretic is hostile and injurious to the flock of Christ : that the devil is a ...
He answers , first , that the enunciation mentioncd above is not false , because
the enunciation or proposition , which is partly expressed and partly conceived in
the mind , is one : but that is true , viz . I am not a priest of Apollo , or I am not a ...
For in a negative proposition , it is whatever is usually contained in the
comprehension of the predicate that is removed from ( i . e . denied of ) the
subject ; not a single species only . So that he who dares to confirm propositions
of this kind with ...
A proposition ; 2 . A limitation of the proposition . This is the proposition , Wives
ought to be subject to their husbands . The limitation , or mode of subjection is ,
As it is fit in the Lord . In the proposition itself we shall briefly treat these four
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I'm teaching through Colossians in a small group study that I team teach. The reason I bought this commentary was the shining review from Spurgeon, quoting Charles Bridges, who said that of all commentaries, this is second only to Owen on Hebrews. Wow. Read full review