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  • Let any man not absolutely prepossessed with prejudice read over that discourse of our Saviour unto his disciples, wherein he purposely instructs them in the nature and work of the Spirit of God, on whom, as it were, he then devolved the care of them and the gospel, according unto the promise, John xiv., xv., xvi., and he will need no farther instruction or confirmation in this matter.

    Pneumatologia

  • “The phrase termination with prejudice has nothing to do with extreme actions ditto for extreme prejudice,” he notes, “but merely with the discharge of an agent and a notation not to rehire.”

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

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