He went on and controverted Mr. Lincoln's "house divided against itself," going over the ground of the previous debate.
This position cannot be controverted as regards the ancient religions.
By this test of universality, antiquity, and consent, he saith all controverted points in belief must be tried.
They cannot be controverted; nothing can overturn them, or modify them, or set them aside.
We do not, however, undertake to settle this controverted point.
Some of the ladies at both houses are deep in controverted points.
As to the nullity, I will not determine so controverted a point any further than to say, 1.
No one was in future to speak in public on the controverted points.
They be about some controverted points of truth, which come to be debated, or to trouble the church.
The principle is so obvious, that I presume it will not be controverted.