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Book 1, Chapter 11, Sections 9-12: Impiety of Attributing a Visible Form to God…

Sections

  • Of the worship of images. Its nature. A pretext of idolaters refuted. Pretexts of the heathen. Genius of idolaters.
  • Evasion of the Papists. Their agreement with ancient idolaters.
  • Refutation of another evasion or sophism—viz. the distinction of δυλια and λατρια.
  • Third division of the chapter—viz. the use and abuse of images.

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