One of his arguments is, that Christ consented to be born under the reign of Augustince all mankind was typified in the person of Christ, the court must have been one having jurisdictlegorical, it signifies our redemption through Christ; if at the moral, it signifies the conversion mpyrean, the city of our God, the Rome whereof Christ is a Roman,
Purgatorio, XXXII. 100. the citake Science, our schoolmaster to bring us unto Christ, that we might be justified by faith (Gal.
IIsoners there with the rest till the descent of Christ into hell.
Dante's Limbo, of course, is theee was nailed. But look thou, many crying are, Christ, Christ!
Who at the judgment shall be far lChrist!
Who at the judgment shall be far less near To him than some shall be who knew not Christ. There is, then, some hope for the man born Christ. There is, then, some hope for the man born on the bank of Indus who has never heard of Christ?
Dante is still cautious, but answers the questip of sorrow in which all are communicants with Christ.
He who should do this would indeed achieve t[8 more...]