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Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. Tholuck's character as an expositor, by &sten- ing upon him a charge of want of reverence for the Holy Scriptures. A few notes have been introduced, containing the Author's maturer views upon certain verses of the 9th chapter. 56 and 57 of the Litterarischer Anzeiger, 1834, where Dr.
Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. PAUL'S EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS: WITH EXTRACTS FROM THE EXEGETICAL, WORKS OF THE FATHERS AND REFORMERS. The injustice of the im- putation is only equalled by the futility of the grounds upon which it is based. Tholuck charges the Apostie with usinff violence in adapting it to his subject." No one can attentively read the passage alluded to, (Bib.
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Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. GOTTTREU THOLUCK, PROFKSSOR OF THKOLOOY IN THB ROYAL UNIVBRBITY OF HALLS, AND CORRK8PONDINO MBMBBR OF THB ASIATIC 80CIBTY OF LONDON, BY THE REV. In this work he makes a strange attempt to depreciate Dr. Tholuck's words, in a man- ner unworthy his usual acuteness, and not a little discreditable to one who assumes the task of expositor. Tho- luek, without delivering any opinion as to what may be its character elsewhere, refers to it as a passage which, on the particular occasion in question, is certainly not quoted as prediction ; a fact of which a single glance will be sufficient to convince the reader.
Now, to this inward godly element of his being, there stands opposed the inclination to wilfulness, t. And hence the Apostle also calls the (fa^^, the eyut of man, ver. On the other hand, however, even the individual who sinks very low, never entirely loses the consciousness that that divine element consti- tutes his proper self, and that to it all the rest must be- come homogeneous, in fact, that it is the Divine seed iu him, which is choked, indeed, but no more. The scholastics distinguish betwixt the voluntas completa and incompleta, and call the latter velleitas. 8 : Undique ostendenti vera te dicere, non erat omnino, quod responderem veri- tate convictus, nisi tantum verba lenta et somnolenta : Modo, ecce modo, sine paululum! 8,) : Nob solum ire, verum etiam pervenire illuc, nihil erat aliud, quam velle ire, sed velle fortiter et integre, non semisauciam hac atque hac versare et jactare voluntatem, hac parte assurgen- tem cum alia parte cadente luctantem.