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I shall not wrong the saints by giving another answer to this objection: Detestation of sin in any may well consist with the acceptation of their persons, and their designation to life eternal.
Gouverneur Morris, writing around the same time, went further, suggesting to Nathanael Greene that “I have no hope that our Union can subsist except in the form of an absolute monarchy,” adding that, “this does not seem to consist with the Taste and Temper of the People.”
That kindness which has so good a reputation elsewhere can least of all consist with this relation, and no such affront can be offered to a Friend, as a conscious good-will, a friendliness which is not a necessity of the Friend's nature.
And this will no way consist with that exposition which some would give in this place of R+W+uX+a #L+H+iJ+M%.
To increase our Debts while the Prospect of paying them diminishes, does not consist with my Ideas of Integrity.