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Definition of Imputatively
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imputatively
Literary usage of Imputatively
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1. The Select Works of William Penn. by William Penn (1782)
"... no man can be actually dead and imputatively alive ; therefore this doctrine, ... yet imputatively righteous; actually judged and condemned, ..."
2. A Full Report of the Case of Stacy Decow, and Joseph Hendrickson, Vs. Thomas by Stacy Decow, Joseph Hendrickson, New Jersey Court of Appeals, New Jersey Court of Chancery, Thomas Latham Shotwell (1834)
"Therefore, this doctrine so much contended for, carries this gross absurdity with it, that a man may be actually sinful, yet imputatively righteous; ..."
3. Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle (1862)
"He is engaged in showing how we may become, not personally, but imputatively righteous—not how we may receive the moral meetness for heaven, but how we may ..."
4. Argument of Samuel L. Southard, in the Case of Stacy Decow and Joseph by Samuel Lewis Southard, Edward Hopper (1834)
"In short, he may be actually damned, and yet imputatively saved; otherwise it must be acknowledged, that obedience to justification ought to be as ..."
5. A Collection of Essays and Tracts in Theology, from Various Authors,with by William Ellery Channing, Jared Sparks (1824)
"sinful, yet imputatively righteous ; actually judged and condemned, ... and yet imputatively saved ; otherwise it must be acknowledged, that obedience to ..."