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- adj. forensic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Forensic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as forensic.
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Being a term forensical, and translated from the use and practice of men in their civil transactions, the use and end of it may easily, from the original rise thereof, be demonstrated.
Are we supposed to be impressed by his forensical foresight?
This investing them with the power, excellency, and right of the sons of God, is a forensical act, and hath a legal proceeding in it.
- Incremental and direct forensical images possible
· Incremental and direct forensical images possible
Justification is a forensical and a legal act, and removeth the power of the law, which involveth the sinner in
There is a sort of imputation of sin to Christ here, and a sum paid for me; but, with leave, no formal imputation, no forensical, and no personal law-reckoning to me, who am not yet born, far less, cited before a tribunal, and absolved from sin.
Now, the renewed apprehension of the grace of God in the same ransom of blood for righteousness in Christ, as applied to this new guiltiness, maketh not a new forensical and law-act, but doth only apply the
Justification is a forensical sentence in time pronounced in the gospel, and applied to me now, and never till the instant now that I believe.
That of two or three witnesses is taken from the law of Moses, where it is referred only to a forensical proceeding.