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" How proper a title for him who has been declared " to be fubjeft to no law ! but that he can, " by the plenitude of his power, make right wrong, and wrong " right; virtue vice, and vice virtue! that he can difpenfe with all " laws, human and divine, and... "
A Collection of Tracts ... - Page 31
by George Benson - 1748 - 259 pages
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A Collection of Theological Tracts, Volume 5

Richard Watson - Christian life - 1791
...'Qxnp<, " that lawlefs perfon."J How proper a title for him who has been declared " to be fubjeft to no law ! but that he can, " by the plenitude of...and divine, and that he may do all things above law, " without law, and againft law." And what amazing vvickednefs hath been committed under the protection...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

Arminianism - 1839
...o avo/xoj, " that lawless person." How proper a title for him who hath been declared to he subject to no law, but that he can, by the plenitude of his...right ; virtue vice, and vice virtue ; that he can dispense with all laws human and divine ; and that he may do all things above law, against law, and...
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A Collection of Theological Tracts, Volume 5

Richard Watson - Christian life - 1791
...perfon."J How proper a title for him 'ho has been declared " to be fubje to no law ! but that he can, e by the plenitude of his power, make right wrong, and...divine, and tha.t he may do all things above law, ' without law, and againft law." And what amazing wickednefs hath been committed under the roteftion...
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