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We need a divine Saviour if He is to bear our iniquities, and to make satisfaction for the sins of the world; but a human saviour is all that is needed if the moral theory of the. Indeed, they apparently affirmed the two-fold idea of a moral law for mankind, found in nature and the Bible.
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