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x 38 1 2 lie deceit fulve f fe of Maas heart. sa.zæ.q.q6. ar.4. Gontiugit n,uandoq, quad ignorartia di- rec`tè& per /efit vol antav ia, frcut cuan aliquis furl [ponte nefcit ut ltberita pecc et. Et mks 'igiro rantia,& auget vol, ntarium er They double their guiltineife, they twist the bonds of their iniquities tîronger ,end adde further weight to their finne, when they chink to make it lighter. To this purpose Thomas the School -man, fpeaketh very judicioufly, thus, Sometime,' it happeneth that ignorance is diretlly and in it felfe voluntary, as when one is willingly ignorant that he might Jane the more freely. rind fleet ignorance feenïeth to encreafe our vo ¡untar!nefe" ,and fo our fanne : for it proceeded alto7e- ther frnte the intention of will fet upon finning, that a man will willingly finer the damnrage of ignorance, peccatn Ex in_ tentione vo!un- to enjoy the freedome of anning, tatis ad peccan_ -dam provenit, E MEZ :i 17 a` iEUFZESE BS quad aliquis vu't fubire igne. rantit damn {m C H A P. X I I I. propter liberta. tern peccandi. Of the deceit of the heart,in tran/7ating the fame from our f Ives uponfonte other caufe. HE fourth deceit full trick in clearing our'; felves, when guilty, is that of Tranflation,'Í when by laying the fault upon Come other cause, we would altogetherdisburthert our felves thereof,Wherin the heart of man is fo fubtle,ehat if ' it can finde out any other thing orperlon,.ehat in the I Ieaft fort may seen to be but the leafs piece oían oc cafion,that lb all be fufficient to free it self ofal man - Epifi;. so. Ne. ner of blame. Harpefl,a blind woman in Scneca,would (ubinde regzt ndt yet be perfwaded that the was. blind, but found rhadagogum to Fault with the houle wherein file was, as being over - domtsmte, eit dark fo fareth it with us in our fpiriruall blindnes, dam inn gz other filch like defeL shard ¡sit ifw e find not out -fome- q. Tranflation upon others.