What else is all that rank of things indifferent, wherein Truth may be on this side or on the other, without being unlike herself? What but a vain shadow else is the abolition of those ordinances, that hand-writing nailed to the cross? What great purchase is this Christian liberty which Paul so often boasts of? His doctrine is, that he who eats or eats not, regards a day or regards it not, may do either to the Lord. No marvel then though some men, and some good men too perhaps, but young in goodness, as Joshua then was, envy them. There is no way of making them so. White roses and red roses: those were beautiful colours to think of.