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Concerning Christian Liberty

Now, to confess the truth openly, I am conscious that, whenever I have had to mention
your person, I have said nothing of you but what was honourable and good. If I had done
otherwise, I could by no means have approved my own conduct, but should have
supported with all my power the judgment of those men concerning me; nor would
anything have pleased me better, than to recant such rashness and impiety. I have called
you Daniel in Babylon; and every reader thoroughly knows with what distinguished zeal
I defended your conspicuous innocence against Silvester, who tried to stain it. Indeed the
published opinion of so many great men, and the repute of your blameless life, are too
widely famed and too much reverenced throughout the world to be assailable by any man
of however great name, or by any arts. I am not so foolish as to attack one whom
everybody praises; nay, it has been and always will be my desire not to attack even those
whom public repute disgraces. I am not delighted at the faults of any man, since I am
very conscious myself of the great beam in my own eye, nor can I be the first to cast a
stone at the adulteress.

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