- 1835 Robert Crawford Dillon - Lectures on some of the articles
of faith of the Church of England
- The essence of depravity, as we inherit it from Adam, and discover it in ourselves, is carnality, a state of mind which our Article describes by the word "Phronema sarkos", . . .
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