Did you perchance mean must have?
“On the other hand the system of Fundamental Artcles, in each and all of its forms, involved that whilesome truths are of such importance that they must of necessity be held, there are others of less importance which an individual Christian or body of Christians may freely deny without forfeiture of grace.”
“These kinds of operations, therefore, are performed in these inferior things by express forms, and in the Heavens by disposing virtues, in Intelligences by mediating rules, in the Original Cause by Ideas and exemplary forms, all which must of necessity agree in the execution of the effect and virtue of every thing.”
“The satisfaction made for sin being not made by the sinner himself, there must of necessity be a rule, order, and law-constitution, how the sinner may come to be interested in it, and made partaker of it.”
““I reckoned,” Sergeant Obby ventured, “that it must of been kind of disarranged in the course of the proceedings.””
“But if it happens that in some region the sun is at the same time in perigee and near the perpendicular, his heat must of necessity be greater than in a region where he is also in perigee, but shining more obliquely.”
“David and Chris Stewart, accompanied by the dog, take a seven-and-a-half- mile walk through the haunts of the Carter familyWe drive from Bristol to Cornwall in just a few hours, which reminds us that Cornwall has become close enough for city types to weekend in their cottages and get back in time for work on Monday – a far cry from the days the journey must of taken in Harry Carter's time.”
“Six-thirty or so, you must of just got on your way to Maspeth, guy goes out back with a load of kitchen garbage.”
“I must of been to see As Yow Like Jt three times already.”
“Angelus Silesius, and Dante himself in fact reveal cer - tain similarities to Ibn ` Arabī and his school, often due more to a similarity in spiritual types than to historical influences, which in this order must of necessity remain at the level of providing a means of expression or a particular language of symbolism, rather than the vi - sion itself from which flows the truths expressed by these mystics.”
“Man must of necessity be free in every state of life, actual or possible, whether that state be the purely natural (status purœ naturœ), or the state of original justice in paradise (status justitiœ originalis), or the state of fallen nature (status naturœ lapsœ), or the state of regeneration (status naturœ reparatœ).”
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