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μάς", μιᾶναι διαται
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lution can defile the Soulof
Qoligste ayam Toi" Ex- Heathenish. For we do not
abominate a dead Man, as 2S & TROVENTA BIλu- do they, feeing we hope γδ' τεθνεῶτα βδέλυwóμenda, ws cnavor that he will live again: Nor ἐλπίζοντες αὐτὸν πάλιν do we hate lawful Mixture ; δγασιῶναι· ἔτε * νό- for 'tis their Pradice to be μιμον μίξιν κακίζομυ. wicked in fuch Inftances : jap auris For the Conjunction of Man зад ποιαῦτα ἀσεβεῖν Θεğ and Wife, if it be with 28 wwwμen, dude's Righteoufnefs, is agreeable γυναικὸς συνέλευσις - to the Mind of God. For νεται, ή με' δικαιοσύ. He that made them at the νης· ὁ ποιήσας γδ' ἀπ ̓ Beginning made them Male and άрxñs, äрœεv è - Female, and He bleffed them, 28 ETDincer Qures and faid, Increase and multiply, x d'anov avres, and fill the Earth. If thereâtev• au§άvede, fore the Difference of Sexes
πληθώύεσθε καὶ πληρώ‐ was made by the Will of σατε * γῆν. Εἰ τοί- God for the Generation of
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But we do not say so of that Mixture thatis contrary to Nature, or of any unlaw-voμ ful Practice; for fuch are **Pag. Enmity to God: For the Sin 357. of Sodom is contrary to Nature, as is also that with Brui Beafts; but Adultery and Fornication are against the Law, the one whereof is Impiety, the other Injuftice, and, in a word, no other than a great Sin But neither fort of them is without its Punihment in its own proper Nature: For the Pračifers of one fort attempt the Diffolution of the World, and endeavour to make the natural Course of Things to change for one that is unnatural. But thofe of the fecond fort, the Adulterers, are unjust by corrupting others Marriages, and
* deeft. V. 2 al doingua. 3 forte n.
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σκὸν ἄνδρα δεπβ3- dividing into Two what God
λόντον ἥτε πορνεία, adov ne oprea, 4 does' & ainéas Cepnes, con 67 maido miia gwoμsón, X' δονῇ χαριζομύη δὲ πο' ÖTEρ Bivaneroias oupe Conov, n' in άpers σημείον. ἀπηγόρευται ἢ τοῖς νόμοις ο πολυτοι ταΰTa. çnot go rá ὕτως· Οὐ κοιμηθήσῃ με' apper & noite yua neich bring real 28 & TUISTO,
hath made One, rendring the Children fufpected, and expofing the true Husband to the Snares of others. And Fornication is the Deftruction of one's own Flesh, not being made use of for the Procreation of Children, but intirely for the fake of Flea fure, which is a Mark of Incontinency, and not a Sign of Vertue. All these things are forbidden by the Laws; for thus fay the Oracles, Thou Levit.xviis fhalt not lie with Mankind as 22. with Womankind; for fuch an xx. 13. one is accurfed, and ye shall ftone them with Stones; they Exod. xxii. have wrought abomination. Ε. 19. very one that lieth with a Beast,
* EcŃ Tis graing - flay ye him, he has wrought
νομίαν ἐποίησαμ, ἔνο
Wickedness in his People. And Levit. xx.
they have wrought Wickedness; Deut xxii.
the Daughters of Ifrael. Thou os piadora Tópuns nu
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fhalt not offer the Hire of an Harlot to the Lord thy God upon the Altar, nor the Price Prov. xix. of a Dog. For the Vows ari13. LXX. fing from the Hire of an Harlot are not clean. Thefe things the Laws have forbidden : But they have honour'd Marriage, and have called it blessed, fince God Gen. i. 28. has bleffed it, who join'd Male and Female together. And wife Solomon fomewhere fays, Prov. xix. A Wife is suited to her Hufband by the Lord; and DaPfal.cxxviivid fays, Thy Wife is like a flourishing Vine in the Sides of thine Houfe; thy Children like Olive-Branches round about thy Table. Beheld thus fhall the Man be bleffed that feareth Heb.xiii.4.the Lord. Wherefore Marriage is honourable, and come ly, and the Begetting of Children pure; for there is μ no Evil in that which is good. Therefore neither is the natural Purgation abominable before God, who has order’d it to happen to
Women within the Space of Thirty Days for their Advantage and healthful State, who do lets move about, and keep usually at home in the House: Nay, moreover even in the Gofpel, when the Woman with the perpe. Matt.ix. tual Purgation of Blood, 22. touch'd the faving Border of the Lord's Garment, in hope of being heal'd, He was not angry at her, nor did complain of her at all: But on the contrary he heald her, faying, Thy Faith hath faved thee. When the natural Purgations do appear in the Wives, let not their Hufbands approach them, out of Regard to the Children to
Devoías Aveng & -be Begotten; for the Law
has forbidden it: For it fays,
Thou shalt not come near thy Levit.xviii Wife when he is in her Separa 2 Boar, & @egory". tion. Nor indeed let them xvii. 6.
γδ, φησὶν, ἐν ἀφέδρῳ
Μήτε μία ἐγνωμονέσαις ὁμιλάτωσαν αὐταῖς· ἐκ ἐπὶ παίδων γδ ημές OF TYTO MOLTON, ĥdovñs zaev. & de
frequent their Wives Com-