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Conscience is a Habit or Faculty, but a Habit or Faculty of what creature? dentem esse oportet, inquit ille. After pausing at this point for a while, this spirit has gone on to the frenzy of the Anabaptists; and it is impossible to foresee how far it may go. Quo majore opus est attentione et cautela, ne ipsi nosmet de- cipiamus, ut in hoc discursu omnia diUgentissime expendantur, ut legitime procedatur, ut debite concludatur.

Having spoken of the Genus of Conscience, we have now to speak of the Subject to which it belongs. We say : First, That no Law of Moses obhges the Conscience of Christians, directly, from its Form, and of itself.

Unde oriuntur porro in anima varii effectus : a redarguente, accusante, condemnante Conscientia summa animi tristitia et inquietudo, remorsus, terrores, tor- menta ; e contra ab excusante, defendente et ahsolvente, sum- ma animi pax et tranquiUitas, gaudium et solatium ineffabile, spes arrecta, fiducia intrepida, et inconcussa mentis constantia.

Quin et impuris- simis quibusque Conscientiam inesse, etsi impuram, testatur idem Paulus, Tit. Lapsu enim amissa est Conscientice rectitudo et integritas ; non Natura.

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tetur, animadvertendum est, posse Legem aliquam injustam dici ; vel ratione Finis, Mbdi, aut Circumstantice alicujus Legi ipsi extrinsec89, vel ratione Materice sive Ohjecti ipsius Legis : Distat enim, impereturne quod manifeste injustum est; an quod alias fortasse non sit injustum, injuste tamen imperetur. At any rate, the coincidences between passages in the " Ductor Dubitantium," and passages in these Lectures are such as could not arise from chance.

Differt autem hoc Lumen a Naturali, non 1 origine solum, sed et perfectione : Primo, quia volunta- tem Dei manifestat in his, ad quae non potest lumen natu- 2 rale pertingere. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. The power or authority of Conscience is implied in the expressions used by ancient authors concerning the divine nature of the human mind.

Sed delectu opus est, et cauto ; ut quss laudantur, ea tantum ex parte imitemur, ex qua laudantur. Si quid igitur Deo Opt. Animadvertendum est interim, Primo gratis hsec omnia dici, nec occurrere quicquam in tota 1 hac disputatione Paulina, quo nitatur illa distinctio : Deinde, 2 si scopum et vim argumentationis Paulince hoc in loco atten- damus, excludi prorsus omnes istiusmodi limitationes et com- menta hominum nugatorum.