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Page 61 - Their folly was manifested in their idolatry. ' For heathenism is not the primeval religion, from which man might gradually have risen to the knowledge of the true God, but is, on the contrary, the result of a falling away from the known original revelation of the true God in His works.
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Page 473 - ... and other qualities of that faith, suggests — so that the character and mode of their speaking is conformed to the rules and limits, which are implied in the proportion of their individual degree of faith. In the contrary case they fall, in respect of contents and of form, into a mode of prophetic utterance, either excessive and overstrained, or, on the other hand, insufficient and defective, not corresponding to the level of their faith.
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Page 133 - ... New Testament. Freedom from sin is the consequence of the ' redemption ' here spoken of, but the ' redemption ' itself is an essential part of the work of Christ. Hence the redemption is said to be in Him, not through Him ; the next verse clearly shows that the reference is to His vicarious death. ' Every mode of conception, which refers redemption and the forgiveness of sins not to a real atonement through the death of Christ, but subjectively to the dying and reviving with Him guaranteed and...
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