The Reign of Christ. Book Two. Chapter Forty Seven: Conclusion Of The Entire Tract on Marriage

For no one who has even a speck of honesty will deny that it must be a primary concern of pious princes and governors of states to bring it about that genuine purity and decency obtain and prevail among all men, and that if this is neglected, plainly all righteousness will also fail, all fear of God will be struck down, and true religion will become entirely obsolete.

By Martin Bucer

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