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|For if they which are of law be heirs, faith is made void, and the promise made of |
none effect : for the law worketh wrath : for wjiere no law is, there is no
transgression. When it is said, " If they which are of law," that is, who by obeying
the law of ...
|The Apostle therefore doth not hold all sinners as transgressing : but those only |
who transgress the law. For where law is not, he saith, there is no transgression.
Thus, then, according to the Apostle, every transgressor indeed is a sinner, ...
|For this reason Paul wants the law to be abandoned so that the sinner will take |
refuge in faith, which forgives sins, that he may be saved. Paul says that "where
there is no law there is no transgression," because once the guilty have been ...
|"And if ye shall say there is no law, ye shall also say there is no sin. If ye shall say |
there is no sin, ye shall also say there is no righteousness. And if there be no
righteousness, there be no happiness. And if there be no righteousness nor ...
|ing it by faith is set aside, and consequently, as by works of law no man can be |
justified, the promise is made of none effect ... where law is there must be
transgression, and only ' where there is no law there is no transgression, as
|world : but sin is not imputed where there is no law. i* Nevertheless death |
reigned from Adam to Moses, even ajjiapTijcravra'; eVt tw 6pouopaTi ttjs Trapa/
3dcreco<; 'ASdp, OS iO~TiV Tw7T0S. iroXXoi'), in the same way that " Levi paid
tithes in ...
|Moreover, if the theory under consideration be true, sin has no existence in fact ; |
and all the Bible says with regard to it ... St. Paul says, that "sin is not imputed
where there is no law ;" that is, where there is no law, there can be no
|And then it will follow, that there is no sin: All things that men do, are such as God |
doth move them to: but there being no Rector and Law, there can be no
transgression. 6. Hence also it will follow, that there is no vettue, which is but the
Habit or ...
|Ans. No ; we believe the Apostle means no such thing : we believe the Apostle's |
meaning to be this, that the law was given, that a greater ... When there was no
law, there was no transgression : not that there was no dishonesty, no theft, no ...
|14 Nevertheless death reigned I from Adam to Moses, even over them that had |
not sinned uHeb.9.27. after the similitude of Adam's transgression, who is the ”
figure of him that was to come. I: lCor.15.22,45. ' where there was no law. But the