This chapter discusses an argument that states that hatred of sin is not the same thing as the sin of hatred. Based on the passages included in this chapter, it can be stated that Browning or his characters sometimes enjoin the former in a thoroughly conventional way. Concepts such as righteous hatred and good hater are introduced and further discussed in this chapter.
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