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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ... other side wishes to set itself at liberty. In what way this disunion expresses itself if grace has effected it, is shown by the cry of the father of the child possessed with a dumb spirit (Mark ix. 24), iricneva), (Hor/dei, pov Tt} airiaria; and Joseph flying from the wife of Potiphar with the loss of his garment is a type of this better Ego, which withdraws itself from the seductive power of the nature-life, and leaves behind all that it has attached to itself. But we must here break off, that we may not stray over into the subject of the fifth division, where, considering the pneumatico-psychical life of the regenerate person, we shall return to this dualism, even then still unabolished, although overcome. These are facts of experience of which we speak, although they are the more mysterious the longer we reflect on them. This mystery of the Ego, which is distinguished from the spirit, and disunites itself in itself, is the mystery of human freedom. FKEEDOM. Sec. HI. Man as such is free: this is a thought which, thus expressed, nowhere occurs in Scripture; for ^'SH is everywhere in the Old Testament (apart from Ps. lxxxviii. 5, where it implies relaxed, stretched forth, languishing; comp. 2 Kings xv. 5) the free man, and indeed the freed man (as distinguished from "ihj y~!]> and other words, which usually denote the free-born man). 'pJ points to this or that obligation (e.g. the duty of defence, Deut. xxiv. 5) being released and made void. "nTI is the freedom from imprisonment, debt, and slavery, which the year of jubilee brought; and even in the New Testament, the external political legal meaning of ekevdepos is prominent (see, among other places, 6 avrov Sa>, Ovk Sxkov; comp. nc'Dab for JVK'Sn, Deut. xxi. 14). As, in the...
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