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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| so, did I not conciliate them beforehand. And if, after 2 pref, 0| influence, did they not find them forearmed against their 3 pref, 0| their assaults), to turn them back from a useful study 4 pref, 0| their attempts to apply them and to interpret Scripture 5 pref, 0| to interpret Scripture by them, they have failed to clear 6 pref, 0| instead that God would grant them the sight of their eyes. 7 pref, 0| to memory through hearing them read by others, and by dint 8 pref, 0| thorough understanding of them; or by that barbarian slave 9 pref, 0| do not strongly insist on them. For, as I am dealing with 10 pref, 0| and, as it were, mingling them one with another, if men 11 pref, 0| does he not rather send them direct to God, that they 12 1, arg | use; for, though some of them may be loved, yet our love 13 1, arg | our love is not to rest in them, but to have reference to 14 1, 1 | disciples began to divide them among the hungry people. 15 1, 1 | they began to distribute them, though the wants of so 16 1, 1 | soon as I begin to impart them to others, be multiplied 17 1, 2 | the bitter waters to make them sweet, nor the stone which 18 1, 2 | way that even if some of them may be used as signs also, 19 1, 3 | make us happy and rest in them. We ourselves, again, who 20 1, 5 | all one God; and each of them by Himself is a complete 21 1, 7 | other gods, and who call them by that name, and worship 22 1, 7 | by that name, and worship them as gods, their thought takes 23 1, 7 | intellect and soul, those of them who are in bondage to sense 24 1, 8 | has suggested itself to them, recognize that it is by 25 1, 8 | others in splendour, overtop them in size, and excel them 26 1, 8 | them in size, and excel them in beauty, is quite a distinct 27 1, 12 | foolishness of preaching to save them that believe." ~ 28 1, 12 | foolishness of preaching to save them that believe? ~ 29 1, 14 | sinners to heal and restore them. And just as surgeons, when 30 1, 14 | our wounds, curing some of them by their opposites, some 31 1, 14 | their opposites, some of them by their likes. And just 32 1, 15 | suffered so great things for them while they were still in 33 1, 28 | consult for the good of them all, you must take the matter 34 1, 29 | assistance that we either give them or accept from them should 35 1, 29 | give them or accept from them should tend to that one 36 1, 29 | enemies. For we do not fear them, seeing they cannot take 37 1, 29 | what we love; but we pity them rather, because the more 38 1, 29 | us too as partakers with them in so great a blessing. ~ 39 1, 30 | was severely wounded by them, and left naked and half 40 1, 30 | your enemies, do good to them that hate you." ~ 41 1, 30 | mercy have been performed by them on our behalf, as may easily 42 1, 32 | and "Thou shalt say to them, I AM has sent me unto you;" 43 1, 32 | far as He has given it to them to be so. That use, then, 44 1, 33 | hope of others fixed upon them. But, on the contrary, the 45 1, 33 | and anxious to stay with them and rest in them, set themselves 46 1, 33 | stay with them and rest in them, set themselves to recruit 47 1, 34 | salvation, to pass over them quickly, and to struggle 48 1, 36 | Scriptures, or any part of them, but puts such an interpretation 49 1, 36 | such an interpretation upon them as does not tend to build 50 1, 36 | does not yet understand them as he ought. If, on the 51 1, 36 | man draws a meaning from them that may be used for the 52 1, 39 | love has been built up in them, that, holding to what is 53 2, 1 | intention or desire of using them as signs, do yet lead to 54 2, 6 | superstitions, and making them through their imitation 55 2, 6 | and none is barren among them?" Does the hearer learn 56 2, 6 | contemplating holy men, when I view them as the teeth of the Church, 57 2, 6 | their errors, and bringing them into the church's body, 58 2, 6 | pleasure, too, that I recognize them under the figure of sheep 59 2, 6 | of love, and none among them barren in that holy fruit. ~ 60 2, 6 | But why I view them with greater delight under 61 2, 6 | they require just beside them often grow languid from 62 2, 7 | to find nothing else in them but that God is to be loved 63 2, 8 | the first place has read them all and retained them in 64 2, 8 | read them all and retained them in his knowledge, if not 65 2, 8 | reading gives, those of them, at least, that are called 66 2, 9 | understanding, still to read them so as to commit them to 67 2, 9 | read them so as to commit them to memory, or at least so 68 2, 9 | remain wholly ignorant of them. Next, those matters that 69 2, 9 | are plainly laid down in them, whether rules of life or 70 2, 11 | Latin translators throw them into doubt. Although, indeed, 71 2, 11 | and Hallelujah. Some of them, again, are said to be untranslatable 72 2, 12 | may provoke to emulation them which are my flesh, and 73 2, 12 | and might save some of them;" that is, that through 74 2, 12 | who had believed, some of them might believe too. And he 75 2, 13 | but because we may use them to correct the freedom or 76 2, 13 | man do not choose to avoid them altogether, it is easy to 77 2, 14 | either make inquiry about them from men who speak those 78 2, 14 | we gradually come to know them through being accustomed 79 2, 14 | accustomed to read or to hear them. There is nothing that it 80 2, 14 | forms of speech, and think them less pure Latin than those 81 2, 15 | manuscript of any one of them that was not found in the 82 2, 15 | common labour and judgment of them all; even so, it would not 83 2, 15 | Holy Spirit, who worked in them and had given them all one 84 2, 15 | worked in them and had given them all one voice, thought most 85 2, 16 | if ignorance of any of them should chance to bring the 86 2, 16 | any one could interpret them, be of great value and service 87 2, 17 | any one can be found among them more curious or more learned 88 2, 17 | Hesiod the poet gave names to them all. It was not Jupiter, 89 2, 17 | not because it had seen them in visions, nor because 90 2, 18 | that Mercury discovered them; nor because they have dedicated 91 2, 20 | boy, should come between them. And the kicking of a stone, 92 2, 20 | dog who has run between them, not with impunity however, 93 2, 21 | July and August, naming them in honour of the men Julius 94 2, 22 | interval of time between them that can be apprehended 95 2, 22 | so different that one of them has a most fortunate life, 96 2, 23 | ground that those who profess them speak lies, but it says, " 97 2, 23 | to pass, hearken not unto them." For though the ghost of 98 2, 23 | own, and have committed them to writing, as if they had 99 2, 23 | writing, as if they had drawn them by rule. ~ 100 2, 24 | attending to and marking them that they came to have meaning. 101 2, 24 | men did not agree upon them as signs because they were 102 2, 24 | because men have agreed upon them; in the same way also, those 103 2, 25 | give his whole attention to them in vain. Yet all men aim 104 2, 25 | have mutually agreed upon them. ~ 105 2, 25 | inquire in regard to any of them, for what reason, where, 106 2, 25 | sufficient degree of attention to them, and keep them in memory. ~ 107 2, 25 | attention to them, and keep them in memory. ~ 108 2, 26 | nothing unlawful in learning them, nor do they involve us 109 2, 29 | drawing any information from them as to our own acts and fates, 110 2, 30 | with a view to practicing them (unless some duty compel 111 2, 30 | forming a judgement about them, that we may not be wholly 112 2, 31 | result, feel ashamed of them, and of thus leading him 113 2, 32 | is observed and noted by them that they may be able to 114 2, 36 | attention without wearying them. And it is the same with 115 2, 37 | movements than to attend to them while they are going through 116 2, 37 | while they are going through them, or to understand when they 117 2, 37 | when they are told about them. Those, on the other hand, 118 2, 37 | directions, as they cannot prove them by making trial of them. 119 2, 37 | them by making trial of them. And in the same way a clever 120 2, 37 | derive more pleasure from them as exhibitions of truth, 121 2, 37 | give those who have learnt them an inclination to lead people 122 2, 37 | catching questions, or make them think that they have attained 123 2, 37 | some great thing that gives them an advantage over the good 124 2, 39 | if these could secure for them the happiness they seek; 125 2, 39 | carefully to discriminate among them. And if they find any of 126 2, 40 | to themselves, designing them for a better use, not doing 127 2, 40 | their ignorance, providing them with things which they themselves, 128 2, 40 | One God are found among them. Now these are, so to speak, 129 2, 40 | ought to take away from them, and to devote to their 130 2, 40 | they were about to turn them to the use of worshipping 131 2, 41 | but charity edifieth? Let them remember, then, that those 132 2, 41 | lamb, used hyssop to mark them with. Now this is a meek 133 2, 42 | people of Israel brought with them out of Egypt was in comparison 134 3, 2 | both readings, or all of them (if there are more than 135 3, 3 | whatever way he may pronounce them. For example, if our faith 136 3, 6 | endure our Lord's neglect of them when the time for their 137 3, 6 | one who refused to observe them in the way the Jews did 138 3, 6 | thoughts of those who observed them on the worship of the One 139 3, 7 | And if ever any of them endeavoured to make it out 140 3, 7 | signs, yet still they used them in reference to the worship 141 3, 8 | they were in bondage, set them free by raising them to 142 3, 8 | set them free by raising them to the realities of which 143 3, 9 | they refer, and so reveres them not in carnal bondage, but 144 3, 9 | things that are signified by them, is a mark of weakness and 145 3, 9 | signs than, by interpreting them wrongly, to draw the neck 146 3, 11 | according to his deeds: to them who, by patient continuance 147 3, 11 | eternal life; but unto them that are contentious, and 148 3, 12 | on the other hand, uses them so as to transgress the 149 3, 12 | but our reason for using them, and our manner of seeking 150 3, 12 | and our manner of seeking them, that make what we do either 151 3, 12 | not mix with our use of them; for lust not only abuses 152 3, 14 | authority, they look upon them as sins, and do not consider 153 3, 14 | to you, do ye even so to them," I cannot be altered by 154 3, 18 | though they had each of them numerous wives, yet just 155 3, 18 | stones away but of gathering them together had come, they 156 3, 19 | prosperous or adverse, will carry them into the whirlpool of vice 157 3, 19 | whirlpool of vice or dash them on the rocks of crime. Let 158 3, 19 | the rocks of crime. Let them, then, learn how trying 159 3, 19 | stings of insult; but let them not measure others by their 160 3, 20 | Let them believe, on the contrary, 161 3, 22 | which, though the authors of them are praised, are repugnant 162 3, 23 | see and to trace out in them a figure of things to come, 163 3, 25 | signification, but each one of them denotes not two only but 164 3, 29 | Greek name tropes, and use them more freely and in greater 165 3, 29 | know these tropes recognize them in Scripture, and are very 166 3, 29 | assisted by their knowledge of them in understanding Scripture. 167 3, 29 | is not the place to teach them to the illiterate, lest 168 3, 29 | examples (which we have of them all), but the very names 169 3, 29 | the vulgar makes use of them all, even of those more 170 3, 29 | have had light thrown upon them. ~ 171 3, 30 | he was unwilling to give them up altogether), wrote a 172 3, 30 | that there was no need for them, as there was no difficulty 173 3, 30 | attributes so much value to them that it would appear as 174 3, 32 | they knew not; I will lead them in paths that they have 175 3, 32 | make darkness light before them, and crooked things straight: 176 3, 32 | these things will I do unto them, and not forsake them;" 177 3, 32 | unto them, and not forsake them;" He immediately adds in 178 3, 32 | in one body; for one of them is that wicked servant of 179 3, 33 | and believes, that each of them is given? There are many 180 3, 34 | Wherefore I poured my fury upon them for the blood that they 181 3, 34 | polluted it: and I scattered them among the heathen, and they 182 3, 34 | to their doings, I judged them." Now it is easy to understand 183 3, 34 | profaned in the midst of them; and the heathen shall know 184 3, 34 | my commandments, and do them. And ye shall dwell in the 185 3, 34 | the sea, yet a remnant of them shall be saved," but also 186 3, 34 | when it was promised to them in the sure and immutable 187 3, 34 | given in its own time was to them, on account of the unchangeableness 188 3, 36 | is added in reference to them all: "These are the families 189 3, 36 | punishment being there laid upon them as the judgment of God upon 190 3, 36 | from heaven, and destroyed them all. Even thus shall it 191 3, 36 | and not to look behind them, that is, not to long after 192 3, 36 | the time to give heed to them, that when the Lord shall 193 3, 37 | in Scripture, to observe them carefully, and to remember 194 3, 37 | carefully, and to remember them accurately, but also, what 195 3, 37 | that they may understand them. For in these very books 196 4, 1 | order if possible to bring them all within the compass of 197 4, 1 | secular schools, and to warn them that they need not look 198 4, 1 | have leisure for learning them, he is not to ask me to 199 4, 1 | is not to ask me to teach them either in this work or any 200 4, 2 | to enliven, and to rouse them, while the latter shall 201 4, 3 | only by those who can learn them quickly; for the masters 202 4, 3 | been spent in enforcing them, they come to be in some 203 4, 3 | even those who have learnt them, and who speak with fluency 204 4, 3 | cannot always think of them when they are speaking so 205 4, 3 | speak in accordance with them, unless they are discussing 206 4, 3 | whether they had ever learnt them, or whether they had never 207 4, 3 | had never even met with them. For it is because they 208 4, 3 | it is not that they use them in order to be eloquent. ~ 209 4, 3 | eloquent men, and by imitating them as far as they can? And 210 4, 4 | learn, whether he has found them so, or has himself made 211 4, 4 | so, or has himself made them so, the remaining objects 212 4, 5 | frigidly while others use them with acuteness, elegance, 213 4, 5 | hearers, even though he profit them less than he would if he 214 4, 5 | I do not mean by reading them much and committing them 215 4, 5 | them much and committing them to memory, but by understanding 216 4, 5 | memory, but by understanding them aright and carefully searching 217 4, 5 | who read and yet neglect them; they read to remember the 218 4, 5 | and at leisure to exhaust them. ~ 219 4, 6 | would have been suitable for them; and this itself would be 220 4, 6 | as it seems to fall below them. Where, however, I do not 221 4, 6 | absence: for it did not become them either to condemn it or 222 4, 7 | eloquence flows through them. ~ 223 4, 7 | great prices are paid for them, and the vendors puff them 224 4, 7 | them, and the vendors puff them magniloquently. And I fear 225 4, 7 | respect differently those of them, at least, who would have 226 4, 7 | drowsy senses to startle them into wakefulness: "Woe to 227 4, 7 | God, who has bestowed upon them ample territory, to show 228 4, 7 | Next he reproaches them with their luxury in seeking 229 4, 8 | it is our duty to imitate them in those passages where, 230 4, 8 | understood and explained them aright have in the Church 231 4, 8 | who does not understand them, or that if what they say 232 4, 9 | the speaker may expound them; and these should never 233 4, 9 | who do not care to read them, and in private conversations, 234 4, 10 | teach; and if instead of them he can find words which 235 4, 10 | first acquaintance with them, but reread with delight 236 4, 10 | already made acquaintance with them, and have not yet forgotten 237 4, 10 | and have not yet forgotten them; nay, both these classes 238 4, 10 | hearing another man repeat them. And if a man has forgotten 239 4, 11 | disliked, nor in making them do what they shrank from, 240 4, 12 | the hearers, not telling them what they ought to do, but 241 4, 12 | ought to do, but urging them to do what they already 242 4, 12 | will be no need to move them with greater strength of 243 4, 13 | that to believe or to know them is enough, to give one's 244 4, 14 | and the priests applaud them with their hands; and my 245 4, 14 | because their judgment teaches them to avoid it. Wherefore this 246 4, 15 | and many ways of saying them, who knows what it is expedient 247 4, 16 | since the Holy Spirit makes them teachers, he may as well 248 4, 16 | no man despise thee. Put them in mind to be subject to 249 4, 16 | Spirit, he yet himself gives them directions how and what 250 4, 16 | of whom thou hast learned them." For as the medicines which 251 4, 16 | no avail except God gives them virtue (who can heal without 252 4, 16 | only when God works to make them of advantage, who could 253 4, 18 | pertaining to this life, set them to judge who are least esteemed 254 4, 18 | we would rightly advise them to conduct them quietly 255 4, 18 | rightly advise them to conduct them quietly as matters of little 256 4, 19 | always to be speaking of them in a majestic tone, but 257 4, 20 | Christ might be given to them that believe." It is part, 258 4, 20 | given to hospitality. Bless them which persecute you: bless, 259 4, 20 | curse not. Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep 260 4, 20 | do rejoice, and weep with them that weep. Be of the same 261 4, 20 | these writers and arrange them according to the law of 262 4, 20 | importance; and he will find in them many kinds of speech of 263 4, 20 | metres employed by some of them, in the Hebrew language 264 4, 20 | as well pleased to find them in the sacred authors very 265 4, 20 | hand, it does not seek for them. For it is borne on by its 266 4, 20 | work together for good to them that love God, to them who 267 4, 20 | to them that love God, to them who are the called according 268 4, 20 | whom He did predestinate, them He also called; and whom 269 4, 20 | called; and whom He called, them He also justified; and whom 270 4, 20 | and whom He justified, them He also glorified. What 271 4, 20 | own eyes, and have given them to me. Am I therefore become 272 4, 20 | you, that ye might affect them. But it is good to be zealously 273 4, 21 | acquaintance, but desires to know them thoroughly, must not only 274 4, 21 | must not only read and hear them, but must have an expositor. 275 4, 21 | spiritual rock that followed them, and that rock was Christ;' 276 4, 21 | multitude that was among them fell a lusting; and the 277 4, 21 | mother the Church rejoices in them, and in them flourishes 278 4, 21 | rejoices in them, and in them flourishes more abundantly; 279 4, 21 | that great bishop urges them to their duty even in these 280 4, 21 | a subject which both of them have touched. Both have 281 4, 21 | become thoroughly imbued with them all. ~ 282 4, 24 | had been handed down to them from their fathers and their 283 4, 24 | had complete possession of them) was overthrown; and immediately 284 4, 24 | was finished I called upon them with heart and voice to 285 4, 24 | show the effect made on them by the powerful eloquence 286 4, 24 | many; but it was to teach them what they were ignorant 287 4, 24 | ignorant of, or to persuade them of what they thought incredible, 288 4, 24 | incredible, not to make them do what they knew they ought 289 4, 25 | to instruct or persuade them, beauty of style may have 290 4, 25 | compliance, or in making them adhere to it more tenaciously. 291 4, 25 | majestic style, he persuades them to do what they are aware 292 4, 25 | temperate style, he persuades them that his speech is elegant 293 4, 25 | good course, we may induce them to pursue it more zealously, 294 4, 26 | an unexpected light upon them; when it worms out and brings 295 4, 27 | theirs but Moses', compelled them to say what was good, though 296 4, 28 | says to Timothy: "Charging them before the Lord that they 297 4, 29 | cannot be blamed, supposing them to do it without deception. 298 4, 29 | there are no divisions among them. Nor are such men to be 299 4, 29 | what does not belong to them, but the word of God belongs 300 4, 29 | another sense they do not say them; for both these statements 301 4, 30 | what others compose for them ought, before they receive


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