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376 THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT quid credendum quid sperandum quid diligendum esset audirel Et poterant utique omnia per angelum fieri sed abjecta esset humana conditio si per homines hominibus Deus verbuin siium ministrare nolle videretur Quomodo enim verum esset quod dictum est Templum enim Dei sanctum est quod estis vos si Deus de humano templo responsa non redderet et tuuim quod discendum hominibus tradi vellet de coelo atque per angelos per- sonaret1 II Crandate into itattn $vo it As the words of Jesus teach so do His deeds As He is the great teacher against sin so is He the healer of pain Thereby we learn how these two things hang together the one being contrary to the will of God in our mind and the other in our body both therefore being invaders of His kingdom But when the rightful Lord reigneth all such enemies must be put under our feet Sin being the greatest must go first and suffering so far as practicable must decrease and so far as it remains as being for wisdom or necessity the will of our Heavenly Father we shall not call it evil Hence when Jesus takes away the sin of the world He says to the cripple Arise and walk and to the leper will be thou clean III -Sutler's analogy What use does Butler make of Probable Evidence Point out clearly the nature of his argument for Future Life Mention any other arguments drawn from the constitution of Man which may occur to you Answer the old atheistical dilemma That if God does not prevent evil it is either because He cannot or because He will not What argument may be based on the fact that Virtue and Vice are respectively rewarded and punished as such
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