The Twenty-Second and Twenty-Third Verses
... PROPOSITION in this argument. The inward man signifies the MIND, as the
OUTWARD Man signifies the BODY. (1.) This is shown from ...
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The Ancient Fathers Clement of Alexandria.
... lib.3, fol.194.) TERTULLIAN "BUT," says the apostle, "though our outward man be
destroyed," that is, the flesh, by the force of persecutions, "yet the inward ...
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The Difference Between the Outward and Inward Man.
... Inward Humility, Divine Wisdom, True Annihilation, and Internal Peace. CHAP.
I. The Difference between the Outward and Inward Man. ...
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On the Sanctification of Man
... losses, and the inner man is day by day renewed more and more, while we carry about
with us in our bodies, the death of Christ, and the outward man is perishing ...
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Of the Difference Between the Faithful Servants and the Secret ...
... And through this tendency to images in his works, he remains an outward man, and
is not able to follow the counsels of God; for his exercise is more outward ...
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On Obedience to the Commands of God in General
... For God is a Spirit, and the inspector of hearts, who demands the obedience of the
whole man, both of the inward and the outward man " obedience from the ...
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... Now both in Christ and in Our Lady there was an inner and an outer man; when they
spoke of outward things, they did so with the outward man, while the inner ...
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"And if Christ be in You, the Body is Dead Because Sin,"
... But suppose that some have put on Christ on their outward man and colour over
themselves with some performances of religious duties, and smooth themselves with ...
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Of not Troubling Ourselves About Outward Things
... little or nothing is looked after, and that which is altogether necessary is
negligently passed by; because the whole man slideth away to outward things, and ...
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"If we Say that we have Fellowship with Him, and Walk in Darkness ...
... For what more suitable to the very natural frame and constitution of a reasonable
being, than that the outward man should be the image and expression of the ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaOutward Man
out'-werd, (exo, "outside," "without," "out of doors"): The body, subject to decay and death, in distinction from the inner man, the imperishable spiritual life which "is renewed day by day" (2 Corinthians 4:16); also the body as the object of worldly thought and pride in external dress and adornment (1 Peter 3:3).
See MAN, NATURAL; MAN.
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