World, the

World, the, the name applied in the New Testament to the collective body of those who reject and oppose the spirit of Christ, who practically affirm what He denies, and practically deny what He affirms, or turn His Yea into Nay, and His Nay into Yea.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Wordsworth, William * Worms
Woolsack
Woolston, Thomas
Woolwich
Worcester
Worcester
Worcester, Marquis of
Worcestershire
Word, The
Wordsworth, Charles
Wordsworth, William
World, the
Worms
Worsaae, Jans Jacob
Worthing
Wotton, Sir Henry
Wouvermans, Philip
Wrangel, Frederick
Wrangler
Wrede, Philip
Wren, Sir Christopher
Wren, Matthew

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