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Among the rest we read here, that the Publicans and Sinners, some of the worst
of Men, were in that number, and likewise drew near unto him. The Publicans
were Persons infamous, even to a Proverb, and by their great Oppressions and ...
To this end St. Matthew, whom our Saviour had lately call'd from the Receipt of
Custom to be one of his Followers, made a Feast for him -, to which he also
invited many of the Publicans and Sinners, that by hearing his Discourse, they
Saviour, they rejected him as an Impostor •, stiling him a Glutton, a Winebibber^ a
Friend os Publicans and Sinners^ i Companion and Favourer of loose and vile
Persons. Now to remove this Offence, our Saviour Jets them know, that the end of
and Pharisees of the Benefit and Charity of his eating with Publicans and Sinners
-, and that the Freedom of his Converfation with them was rather a matter of Joy,
than any just occasion of Offence. This is the Scope and Design of this Day's ...
They blamed our Saviour for eating with Publicans and Sinners, with whom they
would have no fellowship, no not to eat. This Man receiveth Sinners (faith one of
them) and eateth with them. If he were a Prophet (faith another) he would know ...
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