The Teachings of Modern Christianity on Law, Politics, and Human Nature - Vol. 1

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[BIBLICAL REFERENCE INDEX]
Genesis
1:31 230
1–2 551, 697
1–3 469
1:26–27 691
1:27–28 764n10
2:17 45
4:15 559
Exodus
1:17 32
1:17–23 645n95
20:2 356
23:7 691
Deuteronomy
5:7 356
25:1 691
1 Kings
8:32 691
Psalms
7:9–12 691
119 398–399
119:12 553
Proverbs
29:4 320
Wisdom
8:1 50–51, 66, 69n50
Isaiah
58:6 333, 336, 347
61 177
Hosea
6:6 560
Amos
5:24 446, 573n81
Matthew
5 177
5:3 218n143
538 727
5:48 563
6:24 356
7:12 346
7:16 335
9:13 560
19:24 218n143
20:1–16 454
21:12 219n143
22:21 70n66, 70n67, 215n1
22:39 333, 336
23:23 335
23:13–36 336
25:31–46 333, 336
28:19 704
28:19–20 47
28:20 xxvin19
53 219n143
Mark
7:6 336
12:41–44 218n143, 219n143
16:15–16 704
21:12 218n143
Luke
4 177
6 177
8:29–33 473
18:25 177
John
1:12 550
1:14 540
8:7 701
14:26 624, 645n88
15:26–37 624
Acts
5:29 32, 53, 70n67, 200,
217n77
2:42–47 668
3:32–35 668
17:26 759–780, 764n10
Romans
2:14–15 691
3:20–26 691
3:23 470
8:26 593
8:38 480n55
10:4 698
12:2 446, 454, 573n81
13 426, 474, 478n13
13:1 53, 70n66, 474
13:1–8 467
13:10 698
1 Corinthians
10:24 454
12:31 524
14:34–35 328
15:26 553
15:56 698
15:48–49 589

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