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certain, that every one who happens to marry, hath not
the Calling; and therefore upon Unfitness found and
considered, Force ought not to be used
CHAPTER XIII The ninth Reason, because Marriage is
not a mere carnal Coition, but a human Society ; where
understood ; and of our Saviour's Answer to his Disci.
CHAPTER XIV. That Beza's Opinion of regulating Sin by
apostolic Law cannot be sound
CHAPTER XV. That Divorce was not given for Wives
only, as Beza and Par us write .
CHAPTER XVI. How to be understood that they must be
one Flesh ; and how that those whom God hath joined,
Man should not sunder
CHAPTER XIX. Christ's Manner of Teaching. St Paul
adds to this Matter of Divorce without Command, to
show the Matter to be of Equity, not of Rigor. That
the Bondage of a Christian may be as much, and his
Peace as little, in some other Marriages besides idola.
trous. If those Arguments therefore be good in that
one Case, why not in those other ? Therefore the Apos-
tle himself adds εν τοις τοιούτοις
CHAPTER XX. The Meaning of St Paul, that 'Charity be.
lieveth all things. What is to be said to the License
which is vainly feared will grow hereby. What to those
who never have done prescribing Patience in this case.
The Papist most severe against Divorce, yet most easy