A woman named Faith once gave birth to twins, who were boys as it turned out. The firstborn was named Justification and the second was named Sanctification. As word spread in the village and throughout the region, it became impossible to keep this information from the moderator of the presbytery, who lived in a nearby town. In short order, charges were brought against the woman for having a theologically ambiguous relationship with her second son. After the woman was banished, the theologians and masters met to consider the question.
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