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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 ...
Add to this , that God is the first Cause of all things , and therefore must be eternal
: all wise and thoughtful men acknowledge a first Cause ; and in their reasoning
rise from one cause to another , until they arrive to a first Cause , and there stop ...
The will of God is eternal , as may be concluded from the attribute of eternity ; for
if God is eternal , as he certainly is , even from everlasting to everlasting God ,
chen his will must be eternal , since it is his nature and essence : and from his ...
To which may be added , that if no moment or instant can be given or pointed at ,
neither in eternity nor in time , in which Christ was not the begotten Son of the
Father , then he must be eternally begotten of him , or be his Son by eternal ...
... and the Son has life in himself , so as the holy Spirit ; since he is the author of
natural and spiritual life in men ; which he preserves unto eternal life ; and
therefore called , the Spirit of life ; which he could not be , unless he had life in
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