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" fo called, for rejecting the Law as " of no Ufe under the Gofpel. They " fay that good Works do not further, *' nor evil Works hinder Salvation : That " the Child of God cannot fin ; that " God never chaftifeth them, nor pu" nifheth any Land for its... "
The nature, folly, sin, and danger, of being righteous over-much: the ... - Page 52
by Joseph Trapp - 1739
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Dictionarium sacrum seu religiosum, A dictionary of all religions, ancient ...

Dictionarium - 1704 - 328 pages
...Chaftifeth them, nor 1 a nifheih any Land for their Sin, that Murder, Adultery, Drunkennefs, ¿re. are Sins in the Wicked, but not in them, that the Child of Grace being once aftured of Salvation, afterwards never doubteth, that no Man fhould be troubled in Confcience...
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Glossographia Anglicana Nova: Or, a Dictionary, Interpreting Such Hard Words ...

English language - 1707 - 590 pages
...faid, that good Works donor further, nor evil Works hinder Salvation ; that the Child of God cannot Sin ; that Murder, Adultery, Drunkennefs, &c. are Sins in the Wicked, but not in them ; with many more fuch like Heretical Doctrines. Antinomy, (Gr.) a Contrariety between two Laws . Antipagmcnts...
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Glossographia Anglicana Nova: Or, A Dictionary, Interpreting Such Hard Words ...

Thomas Blount - English language - 1707 - 888 pages
...that good Works do not further, nor evil Works hinder Salvation ; that the Child of God cannot Sin j that Murder, Adultery, Drunkennefs, &c. are Sins in the Wicked, but not in them ; with many more fuch like Heretical Do<itrines. Antinomy, (Gr.) a Contrariety between two Laws . Antifagments...
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The Nature, Folly, Sin, and Danger of Being Righteous Over-much: With a ...

Joseph Trapp - Enthusiasm - 1739 - 80 pages
...chaftifeth them, nor pu* " nHheth any Land for its Sin : That " Murder, Adultery, Drunkennefs, &ct *' are Sins in the Wicked, but not in " them : That the Child of Grace, be" ing once affured of Salvation, never " doubteth afterwards : That no Man " fhould be troubled in Confcience...
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