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Creation of Man, 393, Providence of God, 406. Confirmation of the Elect Angels,
444. Fall of the Non-elect Angels, 445. Of Man in a State of Innocence, 450. Of
the Law given to Adam, and the Covenant with him in a State of Innocence, 454.
In the first ages of the world, men universally believed in the true God, and
worshipped him, as Adam and his sons, and their posterity, until the flood; nor
does there appear any trace of idolatry before it, nor for some time after. The sins
22. spoken according to this sense of things ; but this tree was planted and
pointed at , and called by this name , because it was a token that Adam had his
natural life from God , the God of his life ; and that it depended upon him , and
that he ...
Another providential event , and which shews the care of God over Adam and his
concern for him , is providing an help - meet for him , and a partner with him in
civil and religious things , man being a sociable creature ; and whereas no ...
7. but they , like men , ( or like Adam ) kave transgressed the covenant : the sense
of which seems to be , that as Adam ... so the Israelites had transgressed the
covenant God made with them ; for as well may Adam's transgression of the law
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