Whether There was any Reasonable Cause for the Ceremonial ...
... that they can leap: whereas those were forbidden which cling ... By the prohibition of
blood, fat and nerves, we are ... of a simple life; whereas the eating of flesh ...
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The Lord's Supper
... God says, Eat not of this forbidden fruit;' then ... in an undue manner, and is like
eating the passover ... mystery, to represent Christ's body and blood; what should ...
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Of a Private Fast.
... Adam to abstain from eating the forbidden fruit. ... face to shine before men, when
idolatrous eating and drinking ... to forgive thee thy sins; and the blood of Jesus ...
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Of the Discipline of the Church, and Its Principal Use in Censures ...
... Assuredly I will sooner give up my body to death, and allow my blood to be shed,
than be a partaker of that ... The eating of flesh was forbidden, as if a ...
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Faustus Denies that the Prophets Predicted Christ. Augustin Proves ...
... in the end the fatal stroke was forbidden, lest the ... it is added, "and His clothes
in the blood of the ... giving relief to an inanimate melon by eating it, instead ...
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... righteousness is indeed as filthy rags, and that the blood of Christ ... persuaded
themselves that in so small a matter as eating of the forbidden fruit there ...
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Faustus States his Objections to the Morality of the Law and the ...
... And by unlawful is meant what is forbidden by the law ... of the Virgin Mary, but all
the blood relations of ... who spring from the law, and are placed under the law ...
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Concerning Salutations and Recreations, &C.
... thing so loved; yea, in his eating, drinking, and ... things are commanded because good,
and forbidden because evil. ... was typified, and that the Israelites ought to ...
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Faustus Willing to Believe not Only that the Jewish but that all ...
... as it is written, "Flesh and blood shall not ... it unnecessary that any food should
be forbidden or unclean ... Himself with John, who came neither eating nor drinking ...
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Ancestors of the Blessed virgin
... the sleeping places, the prayer alcove, the eating and working ... in the Garden of Eden
which bore the forbidden fruit ... and wheat and of the flesh and blood of the ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookLeviticus 3:17
It shall be a perpetual statute for your generations throughout all your dwellings, that you eat neither fat nor blood.Torrey's Topical Textbook
And whatever man there be of the house of Israel, or of the strangers that sojourn among you, that eats any manner of blood; I will even set my face against that soul that eats blood, and will cut him off from among his people.
Torrey's Topical Textbook
Blood and Water
Blood is the Life
Blood of all Men the Same
Blood of Animals Slain for Good to be Poured on the Earth
Blood of Christ
Blood of Destruction
Blood of Guilt
Blood of Jesus
Blood of Judgments
Blood of Legal Sacrifices for Atonement
Blood of Legal Sacrifices for Purification
Blood of Legal Sacrifices: How Disposed of
Blood of Legal Sacrifices: Ineffectual to Remove Sin
Blood of Legal Sacrifices: Not offered With Leaven
Blood of Oppression and Cruelty
Blood of Sacrifices, Typical of the Atoning Blood of Christ
Blood of Victories
Blood: (Building With) of Oppression and Cruelty
Blood: (Given to Drink) of Severe Judgments
Blood: (On One's own Head) Guilt
Blood: (Preparing To) Ripening for Destruction
Blood: (Washing the Feet In) Victories
Blood: Beasts of Prey Delight In
Blood: Birds of Prey Delight In
Blood: Blood of the Ram of Consecration Put on the Tip of Right Ear, Thumb
Blood: Eating of, Forbidden to Man After the Flood
Blood: Eating of, Forbidden to The Early Christians
Blood: Eating of, Forbidden to The Israelites Under the Law
Blood: Forbidden to be Used As Food
Blood: Idolaters Made Drink-Offerings of
Blood: Plague of
Blood: Sacrificial of the Bullock of Sin offering, Put on the Horns of the Altar
Blood: Sacrificial used for Cleansing of Leprosy
Blood: Sacrificial without Shedding of, No Remission
Blood: Sacrificial: On the Horns of the Altar of Sweet Incense
Blood: Sacrificial: Poured at the Bottom of the Altar
Blood: Sacrificial: Sprinkled About the Altar
Blood: Sacrificial: Sprinkled all Around, and Upon the Altar
Blood: Sacrificial: Sprinkled on Altar and People
Blood: Sacrificial: Sprinkled on Door Posts
Blood: Sacrificial: Sprinkled on the Altar
Blood: Sacrificial: Sprinkled on the Mercy Seat
Blood: Sacrificial: Sprinkled Seven Times Before the Curtain
Blood: Shedding of Human: Always Punished
Blood: Shedding of Human: Defiling to the Land
Blood: Shedding of Human: Defiling to the Person
Blood: Shedding of Human: Forbidden
Blood: Shedding of Human: Hateful to God
Blood: Shedding of Human: Jews often Guilty of
Blood: Shedding of Human: Mode of Clearing Those Accused of
Blood: The Jews often Guilty of Eating
Blood: The Life of Animals
Blood: The Price of, not to be Consecrated
Blood: Water Turned Into, As a Sign
Blood: Waters of Egypt Turned Into, As a Judgment
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