Anf-01 v.xvi.i Pg 2 Devote1267
Gal. vi. 2.
1267 Literally, “having leisure for.” thyself to fasting and prayer, but not beyond measure, lest thou destroy thyself1268
1268 Literally, “cast thyself down.” thereby. Do not altogether abstain from wine and flesh, for these things are not to be viewed with abhorrence, since [the Scripture] saith, “Ye shall eat the good things of the earth.”1269
Anf-02 vi.iv.iii Pg 6.1
Anf-03 v.iv.vi.iv Pg 54 since this cannot be accomplished except a man love his neighbour as himself, it is evident that the precept, “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself” (which, in fact, underlies the injunction, “Bear ye one another’s burdens”), is really “the law of Christ,” though literally the law of the Creator. Christ, therefore, is the Creator’s Christ, as Christ’s law is the Creator’s law. “Be not deceived,5372
Gal. vi. 2.
5372 Erratis: literally, “ye are deceived.” God is not mocked.”5373
Anf-02 vi.iv.vi.xi Pg 19.1
Anf-03 v.viii.xlv Pg 10 Why, therefore, do not those who suppose the flesh to be the old man, hasten their own death, in order that by laying aside the old man they may satisfy the apostle’s precepts? As for ourselves, we believe that the whole of faith is to be administered in the flesh, nay more, by the flesh, which has both a mouth for the utterance of all holy words, and a tongue to refrain from blasphemy, and a heart to avoid all irritation, and hands to labour and to give; while we also maintain that as well the old man as the new has relation to the difference of moral conduct, and not to any discrepancy of nature. And just as we acknowledge that that which according to its former conversation was “the old man” was also corrupt, and received its very name in accordance with “its deceitful lusts,” so also (do we hold) that it is “the old man in reference to its former conversation,”7588
Eph. iv. 25–32.
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 3
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Ro 15:1,2 2Co 6:6 Ga 6:2 Eph 4:2,32