freedom from punishment

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On Stevenson's more nuanciated reading, Calvin's Christian freedom is freedom from punishment and from subjection to human institutions, for obedience and willing service, in world-transforming corporate action, without subjection to indifferent things, adiaphora, such as local custom, tradition, ceremonies (described here anachronistically as "the tutelage of history").
The trainer, or animal keeper, becomes the leader, to be feared and depended upon for approval, affection, food and freedom from punishment.

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