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But the antithesis of wisdom and understanding is ignorance. The only possessions that boasted good natural ports that the British retained after the deal were in Nova Scotia and the Bahamas. It is the will and command of God that, since the coming of his Son the Lord Jesus, a permission of the most Paganish, Jewish, Turkish, or antichristian consciences and worships be granted to all men in all nations and countries: and they are only to be fought against with that sword which is only, in soul matters, able to conquer: to wit, the sword of God's Spirit, the word of God.

Pages: 128

Publisher: University of California Libraries (January 1, 1820)

ISBN: B0067MR904

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