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Besides the Lutheran and the Reformed movements of Protestantism, there was in the days of the Reformation a third general movement, the Anabaptist. Though the name Anabaptist is not today used with reference to any existing church denomination, the movement has exerted tremendous influence upon various denominations, even some of…

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In our previous essay we determined the meaning, necessity, and moral character of Samson’s seeking occasion against the Philistines. His seeking occasion against the Philistines indicates that the Philistines, as masters of the people of Israel—they had dominion over Israel—were not making themselves especially insufferable through atrocious rule. As we…

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