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Some creatures and things are said to be everlasting , and even eternal , which
have a beginning , though they have no end : and this is what the schools call
æviternity , as distinct from eternity : thus angels , and the souls of men , being ...
Moreover , in successive duration , there is an order of former and latter ; there
must be a beginning from whence every flux of time , every distinction proceeds ;
every moment and minute has a beginning , from whence it is reckoned , so
13. not from the beginning of the preaching of the gospel to them , or of the
coming of that unto them ; for that may come to , and be preached among a
people , but not to their profit ; may be with : out success , yea , be the savour of
death unto ...
And thou , Lord , in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth , & c . Heb .
i . 10. these were the first that were created , and with these time begunl ; and
every creature has a beginning , creation supposes it ; for that is no other than ...
44. a destroyer of mankind , either from the beginning of the world , that is ,
quickly after it was made ; or from the beginning of his creation , not long after he
began to be ; or from the beginning of man's creation , who abode not long in this
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