Baxter - BX5202 B291 1679

[i 65] better ? Nor whether they may not be lawful ly ufed where there is no better? Y"eeá of where there is a better,ifthe Command ofGovernours, or Concord, make it heft for that time and place. But it is,Whether all thefaults ofthe rranflation may be. Affented,Approved and Confented to? We . commit fome failings and fins every day,but we may notApprove of them, and pr.ofefs that we Content fo to do. 2. Some '"Conformifts here think that the De- claration is to be taken prop, rly, without any force or diftorting, and they fay that both Tranf- lotions are júftifiable, follovveth the Hebrew, and the other theSeptuagint,and Chrift and his Apoftles have juftifie.d both by haling them. But others ofthem hold that this inf:tance proveth that by [ Allthings ] Affented and con- tented to, muff be meant only [ All things that are not by humane frailty mifi'a&en, or erroneous] or els, that by riffenting and Approving muff be meant no more than .Affenting that they may be Vfed : And to they confènt with the Nonconfor- mifts in the matter, but not in the expofition of the words, And to the former they fay, i. That there are other miftranflations, befides thole that follow the feptuagint. 2. That Chrift and theApotles by citing forne Texts according to the feptua.gint, do not thereby approve of all the reft-; for they cite others otherwile. 3. That by citing them, they juftifte not alwaies the translation, but only the fenfe fo far as it is cited for, it being that fcripture which the peo- ple then commonly ufed. 3. And they fay that if this oblation should binder rdens Affenting to the Liturgy, it might WI 3 as