William Ames Quote: “Although the whole man partakes of…”

Although the whole man partakes of this grace, it is first and most appropriately in the soul and later progresses to the body, inasmuch as the body of the man is capable of the same obedience to the will of God as the soul.

William Ames


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Name: William Ames
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: English
Born: 1576
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