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REV. P. DODDRIDGE, D.D.
A PARAPHRASE ON THE REMAINING PART
FOR THE EDITORS; CONDER, BUCKLERSBURY; BUTTON, PATERNOSTER-ROW;
ABEL, NORTHAMPTON; AND
PARAPHRASE AND NOTES
ON THE REMAINING PART OF
thians had put to him ; and first, what related to the marriage.
1 Cor. VII. 1.
I CORINTHIANS VII. 1. NOW concerning the NOW
I NOW proceed to give you my opinion con. SECT. things whereof ye | wrote unto me: li'is • cerning those things about which you wrote to _* good for a man not to me. And I begin with that concerning the law. 1 Cor. touch a woman.
fulness or expedience of marriage. And here I VII. ).
to those who are proof against some of its most 2 Nevertheless, to obvious temptations. Nevertheless, as the 2, ecord fornication, let God of nature has for certain wise reasons imevery man have his nanted in the se
hus planted in the sexes a mutual inclination to each
and retain his own proper wife ; and let every
band: for neither divorce nor poligamy are