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Leviathan Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3 Chapters 34 & 35 Summary

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Part 3 Chapters 34 & 35 Summary and Analysis

This chapter defines the spirit, angels, and inspiration of the Holy Scripture. Body signifies something which fills or occupies space. Bodies are all subject to change and can change substance, be still, etc. A spirit is something subtle, fluid, and invisible, such as what a ghost is supposed to be. However the Spirit of God has no body, but rather is compared to other earthly and humanly things. The Spirit of God is sometimes compared to the wind or a breath and sometimes it is a deep understanding and wisdom bestowed on people. A third comparison is with extraordinary affection and the fourth is the gift of predictions and visions. Fifth, the Spirit of God is also able to give life, and sixth, the Spirit has nothing against subordination to authority so that man can live peacefully in a commonwealth. The seventh comparison...

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