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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 449
449. That the lust of fornication is not the lust of adultery is seen by every one from common perception. What law and what judge would charge a fornicator with the same crime as an adulterer? The reason why this is seen from common perception is because fornication is not opposed to conjugial love as adultery is. In fornication, conjugial love may lie hidden within, as the spiritual in the natur...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 453
453. VIII. THAT THE LUST OF FORNICATING IS GRIEVOUS SO FAR AS IT LOOKS TO ADULTERY. All those in the lust of fornication look to adultery who do not believe adulteries to be sins and think the same of marriages as of adulteries, with the sole distinction of lawful and unlawful. Such men make one evil out of all evils; they mingle them together, like filth with edible foods in one dish and offscour...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 468
468. VI. THAT THE LEGITIMATE CAUSES OF THIS CONCUBINAGE ARE LEGITIMATE CAUSES OF DIVORCE, THE WIFE BEING NEVERTHELESS RETAINED IN THE HOME. By divorce is meant the abolition of the conjugial covenant and thus plenary separation and entire liberty thereafter to take another wife. The one only cause of this total separation or divorce is whoredom, according to the Lord's precept in Matthew 19:9. Ref...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 469
469. The reasons why by many men the meretricious wife is nevertheless retained in the home are: 1. That the man fears to contest the suit with his wife, to accuse her of adultery, and thus to publish her crime abroad; for unless the testimony of eyewitnesses or the equivalent thereof resulted in her conviction, he Would be covered with reproaches, covert in assemblies of men and open in assemblie...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 470
470. VII. THAT THE JUST CAUSES OF THIS CONCUBINAGE ARE JUST CAUSES OF SEPARATION FROM THE BED. There are legitimate causes of separation and there are just causes. The legitimate causes are made by the pronouncements of judges, and the just by pronouncements adjudged by the man alone. Both the legitimate and the just causes of separation from the bed and also from the house have been briefly recou...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 478
478. ADULTERIES AND THEIR KINDS AND DEGREES No one can know that there is any evil in adultery if he judges of it merely from external appearances, for in these it is like marriage. When internals are mentioned and they are told that it is from these that external appearances draw their good or their evil, these external judges say within themselves: "What are internals? Who can see the...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 485
485. V. THAT THERE ARE FOUR DEGREES OF ADULTERIES, AND THAT PREDICATIONS, PRONOUNCEMENTS OF GUILT, AND AFTER DEATH, IMPUTATIONS ARE MADE ACCORDING TO THESE DEGREES. These degrees are not kinds, but they enter into each kind and there make distinctions between the more and the less evil or good --here, whether, because of circumstances and of contingencies, an adultery of any kind should be account...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 486
486. VI. THAT ADULTERIES OF THE FIRST DEGREE ARE ADULTERIES FROM IGNORANCE, WHICH ARE COMMITTED BY THOSE WHO CANNOT OR AS YET DO NOT CONSULT THE UNDERSTANDING AND THENCE INHIBIT THEM. Regarded in themselves, all evils and consequently all adulteries, are evils of the internal and external man simultaneously; the internal man intends them, and the external man commits them. Such, therefore, as is t...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 489
489. IX. THAT ADULTERIES COMMITTED BY THESE ARE IMPUTABLE ACCORDING AS THE UNDERSTANDING AFTERWARDS DOES OR DOES NOT FAVOR THEM. So far as his understanding favors evils, man appropriates them to himself and makes them his own. Favor is consent, and consent induces on the mind a state of love of them. It is the same with those adulteries which in the beginning were committed without the consent of...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 523
523. THE IMPUTATION OF THE TWO LOVES, SCORTATORY AND CONJUGIAL The Lord says: Judge not, that ye be not condemned. Matt. 7:1. This can be understood in no wise as meaning judgment concerning a man's moral and civil life in the world, but as meaning judgment concerning his spiritual and celestial life. Who does not see that were it not lawful for a man to judge as to the mor...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 524
524. I. THAT AFTER DEATH THE EVIL IN WHICH ONE IS, IS IMPUTED TO HIM; LIKEWISE THE GOOD. That this may be seen in some clearness, it shall be illustrated under distinct heads, thus: 1. That every one has a life proper to himself. 2. That this his life remains with every one after death. 3. That to the evil man is then imputed the evil of his life, and to the good, the good of his life. ...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 530
530. V. THAT SCORTATORY LOVE IS IMPUTED TO EACH MAN IN THE SAME WAY, being imputed, not according to the deeds as they appear outwardly before men, nor even as they appear before a judge, but as they appear inwardly before the Lord and from Him before angels; that is to say, according to the nature of the man's will and understanding in them. In the world there are various circumstances which miti...
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Wisdom's Delight in Marriage Love: Followed by Insanity’s Pleasure in Promiscuous Love 531
531. VI. THAT IN THE SAME WAY CONJUGIAL LOVE IS IMPUTED TO EACH MAN. There are marriages in which there is no appearance of conjugial love, and yet it is there, and there are marriages in which there is an appearance of conjugial love, and yet it is not there. The reasons in both cases are many and can be learned in part from what has been treated of in the chapters on Love truly Conjugial (nos. 5...
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A Brief Exposition of the Teachings for the New Church Meant by the New Jerusalem in the Book of Revelation 86
86. The like are meant by "he-goats" in Zechariah: Mine anger was kindled against the shepherd, and I will visit the he-goats (10:3). And in Ezekiel: Behold I judge between cattle and cattle, between the rams and the he-goats; seemeth it a small thing unto you, to have eaten up the good pasture, but ye must trample down with your feet also the residue of the p...
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A Brief Exposition of the Teachings for the New Church Meant by the New Jerusalem in the Book of Revelation 110
110. I. That to every one, after death, is imputed the evil in which he is, and in like manner the good. In order to illustrate this with some degree of evidence, it shall be considered under the following distinctions. 1. That every one has his own life. 2. That his own life remains with everyone after death. 3. That to the evil is then imputed the evil of his life, and that to the good is impute...
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The Interaction between Soul and Body That Some Attribute to a Flow of Energy from the Body, Some to a Flow of Energy from the Spirit, and Some to a Preestablished Harmony 15
15. XIII. It is altogether otherwise with beasts. Those who judge from the mere appearance to the senses of the body, conclude that beasts have will and understanding as well as men, and hence that the only distinction is that man can speak, and thus describe what he thinks and desires, while beasts can only express this by sounds. Yet beasts have not will and understand...
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True Christian Religion: Containing the Whole Theology of the New Church Predicted by the Lord in Daniel 7:13-14 and Revelation 21:1-2 16
16. To this I will add the following Memorable Relation: I saw some who had recently come from the natural world into the spiritual world talking together about three Divine persons from eternity. They were dignitaries of the church, and one of them was a bishop. They came up to me; and after some talk about the spiritual world, respecting which they had before known nothing, I said, &...
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True Christian Religion: Containing the Whole Theology of the New Church Predicted by the Lord in Daniel 7:13-14 and Revelation 21:1-2 51
51. Since in the Word justice [or righteousness] is predicated of love, and judgment of wisdom, I will cite some passages to show that it is by means of these two that God's government is carried on in the world: Righteousness and judgment are the support of Thy Throne (Ps. 89:14). Let him that glorieth glory in this, that Jehovah doeth judgment and righteousness in the earth...
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True Christian Religion: Containing the Whole Theology of the New Church Predicted by the Lord in Daniel 7:13-14 and Revelation 21:1-2 119
119. Unless the Lord had wrought redemption the angels could not have continued to exist in a state of integrity, for the reason that the whole angelic heaven together with the church on earth is in the Lord's sight like one man, the angelic heaven constituting his internal, and the church his external; or more particularly, the highest heaven constituting his head, the second and lowest heaven hi...
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True Christian Religion: Containing the Whole Theology of the New Church Predicted by the Lord in Daniel 7:13-14 and Revelation 21:1-2 137
137. Fourth Memorable Relation: I heard that a synod had been convoked of those celebrated for their writings and learning in respect to the faith of the present day and the justification of the elect thereby. This was in the world of spirits; and it was granted me to be present in spirit; and I saw an assembly of the clergy, both those of like belief and those of differing beliefs. On the r...
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