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Concision


CONCISION, noun [Latin , to cut off.] Literally, a cutting off. Hence, In scripture, the Jews or those who adhered to circumcision, which, after our Saviors death, was no longer a seal of the covenant, but a mere cutting of the flesh.

Beware of dogs; beware of the concision Philippians 3:2.