The Berean Expositor
Volume 17 - Page 118 of 144
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God, and this knowledge was (I) attested as true by conscience, "in them," and was (2)
derived from the witness of God's works. This knowledge was very marvelous, for it
embraced" the unseen things of God," even His eternal power and divinity, and was
perceived by the mind from the works of His hands ever since the creation of the world,
and hence from Adam onwards. This witness is found scattered throughout heathendom,
and leaves all the nations of the earth" inexcusable." Just what it was that came in and
prevented this primitive knowledge must be the subject of our next paper. What a fall is