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4 Jesus ‘is not a single person at a distance from you ; b u t. . 8 W ithina short time, Winstanley enlarged on theseconceptions. Neither the Father nor Jesus, he said, are confined to any particular place. 8 Reason dwells above all in man, and enjoins him to live peaceably with his fellows. 9 The origin of evil was man’s revolt, when he chose to live upon the creation, and so broke the law of reason. The transgression of Adam, the first man, was an historical act, yet Adam at the same time can be seen in all who live against the spirit.

It may not alter judgments in trials from being given by twelve jurors, dwelling in the neighbourhood, and freely elected by the people. It may prevent no one from holding office for religion except upholders of the papal or any other foreign supremacy. It may not impose officials on counties, hundreds, cities, or towns, the people of which are freely to elect their own officers annually. There follows, finally, a list of miscellaneous provisions,^ Future representatives are to pay all just public debts.

That shews thee thy wickednesse . . 8 Reason, he affirms, is the father of all things, and governs the whole creation. 4 Jesus ‘is not a single person at a distance from you ; b u t. . 8 W ithina short time, Winstanley enlarged on theseconceptions. Neither the Father nor Jesus, he said, are confined to any particular place. 8 Reason dwells above all in man, and enjoins him to live peaceably with his fellows. 9 The origin of evil was man’s revolt, when he chose to live upon the creation, and so broke the law of reason.

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