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1 pref, 0| such secrets to others. These rules I propose to teach 2 pref, 0| they wish cleared up; and these, because they have received 3 pref, 0| To reply briefly to all these. To those who do not understand 4 pref, 0| is pointed. And so both these classes had better give 5 pref, 0| But if any one thinks that these stories are false, I do 6 pref, 0| teach their children any of these things, because on the outpouring 7 pref, 0| exchangers." Seeing, then, that these men teach others, either 8 1, arg | people, and also the signs of these things, that is, where the 9 1, arg | where the knowledge of these things is to be sought. 10 1, arg | everlasting punishment. These matters relating to faith 11 1, 2 | instead of his son; for these, though they are things, 12 1, 3 | again, who enjoy and use these things, being placed among 13 1, 4 | our hearts, and turning these things which we ought to 14 1, 5 | Holy Spirit, and each of these by Himself, is God, and 15 1, 5 | unity and equality; and these three attributes are all 16 1, 7 | gods of equal rank, still these too they conceive as possessed 17 1, 22 | Among all these things, then, those only 18 1, 23 | the second and fourth of these. For, however far a man 19 1, 24 | spirit against the flesh, and these are contrary the one to 20 1, 26 | neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang all 21 1, 26 | be loved is overlooked in these two commandments. For though, 22 1, 30 | to whom He said that on these hang all the law and the 23 1, 34 | temporal things, even though these have been put on and worn 24 1, 37 | meaning. And if he admits that these statements are true and 25 1, 37 | object of his love. And so these are the three things to 26 1, 38 | shall wax greater when these others fail. For if we love 27 1, 39 | who keeps a firm hold upon these, does not need the Scriptures 28 1, 39 | solitude, on the strength of these three graces. So that in 29 1, 39 | vanish away." Yet by means of these instruments (as they may 30 1, 39 | abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest 31 1, 39 | three; but the greatest of these is charity:" because, when 32 1, 40 | of Scripture to bear upon these three graces, he may come 33 1, 40 | to the interpretation of these books with an easy mind. 34 1, 40 | shall not be in vain. For these reasons I have been anxious 35 2, arg | ignorance of signs, whether these be direct or figurative. 36 2, 2 | observation. Now whether these signs, like the expression 37 2, 3 | the commanders. And all these signs are as it were a kind 38 2, 3 | significant sound, yet all these signs are very few in number 39 2, 5 | was written, and through these to find out the will of 40 2, 5 | with which they believe these men to have spoken. ~ 41 2, 6 | weakness from either of these causes is to be avoided. 42 2, 7 | After these two steps of fear and piety, 43 2, 7 | reference to God. And on these two commandments I touched 44 2, 7 | things, and turning away from these, fixes his affection on 45 2, 8 | catholic churches; and among these, of course, a high place 46 2, 8 | and two of Chronicles, these last not following one another, 47 2, 8 | as one book; the names of these prophets are as follows: 48 2, 8 | contained within the limits of these forty-four books. That of 49 2, 9 | In all these books those who fear God 50 2, 9 | observed is, as I said, to know these books, if not yet with the 51 2, 9 | diligently; and the more of these a man discovers, the more 52 2, 11 | of the same kind. Some of these, although they could have 53 2, 11 | man. But the knowledge of these languages is necessary, 54 2, 11 | sake of a few words like these which it is very easy to 55 2, 12 | thine own flesh." Each of these in turn confirms the other. 56 2, 12 | not abide." Now which of these is the literal translation 57 2, 12 | holding to the truth; for these reasons one says, "If ye 58 2, 12 | than the "calves;" because these walk upon the ground with 59 2, 13 | the original, not because these are sufficient, but because 60 2, 13 | spoke Latin. And though these sometimes do not interfere 61 2, 14 | brings him to a stop. Now if these belong to foreign tongues, 62 2, 15 | form from that in which these men have expressed it, I 63 2, 15 | of Providence which used these men to bring it about, that 64 2, 16 | posterity by explaining all these words without reference 65 2, 16 | acquainted with. And when these names have been investigated 66 2, 17 | and Mercury. Varro refutes these, and I doubt whether any 67 2, 17 | him. It so happened that these artists executed their works 68 2, 20 | medical art condemns, whether these consist in incantations, 69 2, 20 | hidden or manifest; and these remedies they call by the 70 2, 20 | forces of nature. Examples of these are the earrings on the 71 2, 20 | To these we may add thousands of 72 2, 21 | called mathematici. For these, too, although they may 73 2, 21 | rebuked by Holy Writ in these terms: "For if they were 74 2, 22 | person was born about whom these wretched men are consulted 75 2, 22 | and hour of the birth of these two could not be marked 76 2, 22 | labours, and the fortunes of these two, the Scriptures bear 77 2, 22 | and it is by looking into these that he professes to read 78 2, 22 | anxiously but in vain? And so these notions also, which have 79 2, 23 | things. And the result of these delusions and deceptions 80 2, 23 | deceptions is, that through these superstitious and baneful 81 2, 23 | observances, and ensnared by these successes, they become more 82 2, 23 | and other observances; for these are not appointed by God 83 2, 23 | Accordingly, in regard to all these branches of knowledge, we 84 2, 24 | And all these omens are of force just 85 2, 24 | Latins; and when I say, lege, these two syllables mean one thing 86 2, 24 | Latin. Now, just as all these signs affect the mind according 87 2, 24 | minds differently, because these arrangements are different; 88 2, 24 | cries of birds, because these omens are of no significance 89 2, 25 | But when all these have been cut away and rooted 90 2, 25 | human institutions; and of these, some are matters of superfluity 91 2, 25 | some one tells him what these movements mean, he will 92 2, 25 | things of the same kind. Now these, if they were not devices 93 2, 26 | natural objects. And of these, such as have relation to 94 2, 26 | called shorthand writers. All these are useful, and there is 95 2, 27 | God's providence. And of these, some pertain to the bodily 96 2, 28 | himself, from whose successors these men assert Plato learnt 97 2, 29 | difficulties of Scripture, not that these objects are to be used conformably 98 2, 29 | description. Very few of these, however, are mentioned 99 2, 30 | racing, and wrestling; in all these arts experience teaches 100 2, 30 | who is skilled in any of these arts moves his limbs in 101 2, 30 | expectation of the future. Now of these arts a very superficial 102 2, 30 | figures of speech derived from these arts. ~ 103 2, 31 | whom one is arguing; and these conclusions are sometimes 104 2, 31 | person from whose error these consequences result, feel 105 2, 31 | had believed it. But all these false inferences followed 106 2, 31 | resurrection of the dead. These inferences, then, being 107 2, 33 | Now although every one of these statements may be true, 108 2, 34 | he is a quadruped." In these instances we judge of the 109 2, 36 | is called eloquence, and these rules are not the less true 110 2, 36 | men rather found out that these things are so, than arranged 111 2, 37 | that when they have learnt these things they have learnt 112 2, 37 | object for the sake of which these sciences are learnt, than 113 2, 37 | easier to walk by executing these movements than to attend 114 2, 37 | rules. And in regard to all these laws, we derive more pleasure 115 2, 38 | puts so high a value on these things as to be inclined 116 2, 39 | Church of Christ, as if these could secure for them the 117 2, 39 | covenants about signs, let these he utterly rejected and 118 2, 39 | number. And in regard to all these we must hold by the maxim, " 119 2, 39 | their solution; what, I say, these men have done in regard 120 2, 39 | in Scripture, taking up these only, and committing his 121 2, 39 | happen that some or all of these things have been done already ( 122 2, 40 | are found among them. Now these are, so to speak, their 123 2, 40 | to the worship of devils. These, therefore, the Christian, 124 2, 40 | miserable fellowship of these men, ought to take away 125 2, 40 | borrowed! And prior to all these, that most faithful servant 126 2, 40 | Egyptians. And to none of all these would heathen superstition ( 127 2, 42 | in Scripture. And about these I shall now, in a third 128 3, 2 | remaining, which he adds in these terms: "manere in carne 129 3, 2 | Corinthians: "Having therefore these promises, dearly beloved, 130 3, 3 | doubtful pronunciations. For these too, unless the fault lies 131 3, 3 | context; or if neither of these methods is applied with 132 3, 3 | understood to every one of these questions. On the other 133 3, 4 | And not only these, but also those ambiguities 134 3, 6 | in such a way that in all these the One God was put before 135 3, 6 | the people, clinging to these signs as it they were realities, 136 3, 6 | who made heaven and earth. These men, because they had been 137 3, 7 | your mind in the worship of these, you will not be anything 138 3, 8 | to the realities of which these were signs. And out of such 139 3, 8 | cleared out of the way all these signs themselves, so that 140 3, 9 | rites in place of many, and these at once very easy to perform, 141 3, 9 | soon as any one looks upon these observances he knows to 142 3, 10 | and his neighbour. Now all these matters have been spoken 143 3, 10 | of the present. But all these tend to nourish and strengthen 144 3, 10 | another is called crime. And these are the two classes into 145 3, 10 | vices come first; for when these have exhausted the soul, 146 3, 11 | lusts." Only that, even in these instances, some words are 147 3, 11 | God" and "crucified." But these are not so numerous, nor 148 3, 18 | offspring. And, accordingly, if these last had been still alive 149 3, 19 | But these same men might say that 150 3, 20 | But the apostles used all these things, as occasion served, 151 3, 20 | are who refuse to believe these things. ~ 152 3, 23 | wept over. For the sins of these men were recorded to this 153 3, 27 | Spirit, who through him spake these words, foresaw that this 154 3, 29 | Scriptures, and have learnt these figures of speech from other 155 3, 29 | Nevertheless those who know these tropes recognize them in 156 3, 29 | we speak. Now of some of these figures of speech we find 157 3, 29 | parable. However, nearly all these tropes which are said to 158 3, 29 | the nature or the names of these figures of speech? And yet 159 3, 29 | And yet the knowledge of these is necessary for clearing 160 3, 30 | secrets of Scripture. And of these rules, the first relates 161 3, 30 | devil and his body. Now these rules, as expounded by their 162 3, 30 | kind as require none of these seven rules for their elucidation. ~ 163 3, 30 | however, when commending these rules, attributes so much 164 3, 30 | prophecy shall, if he follow these rules as pathways of light, 165 3, 30 | shall briefly indicate what these seven rules teach or advise. ~ 166 3, 31 | interpretation which of these two refers to the head and 167 3, 32 | crooked things straight: these things will I do unto them, 168 3, 32 | shall be turned back." Now these words refer to a set of 169 3, 33 | can doubt that each of these is the gift of God, when 170 3, 34 | is a species. And hence these words have come to be commonly 171 3, 34 | possible, however, that these words may refer to the land 172 3, 35 | after six days." Now both of these statements about the number 173 3, 35 | whole unbroken days between these two. This figure of speech, 174 3, 35 | that are to be settled by these numbers, but that their 175 3, 36 | Eden." For it was after all these other things were done that 176 3, 36 | recounted, it is said: "These are the sons of Ham, after 177 3, 36 | of Shem are enumerated: "These are the sons of Shem, after 178 3, 36 | reference to them all: "These are the families of the 179 3, 36 | in their nations; and by these were the nations divided 180 3, 36 | men are to give heed to these sayings, and not to look 181 3, 36 | time for giving heed to these sayings, unless the reader 182 3, 36 | men ought to give heed to these sayings: for to the same 183 3, 37 | Now all these rules, except the one about 184 3, 37 | thought enough, students of these venerable documents ought 185 3, 37 | understand them. For in these very books on the study 186 4, arg | on the laws of rhetoric. These can be learned elsewhere, 187 4, arg | persuading the hearer. All these gifts are to be sought in 188 4, arg | exhortation: and of each of these he gives examples, selected 189 4, arg | and Ambrose. He shows that these various styles may be mingled, 190 4, 3 | may be learnt apart from these writings of mine, if a suitable 191 4, 3 | attention to it; and even of these, not all who are to be fitted 192 4, 3 | eloquent that they exemplify these rules; it is not that they 193 4, 3 | than many who have learnt these; but we know no one who 194 4, 5 | But as some men employ these coarsely, inelegantly, and 195 4, 5 | plain we must set far above these the men who are not so retentive 196 4, 5 | Scripture. Better than either of these, however, is the man who, 197 4, 5 | time for the reading of these than is sufficient for those 198 4, 6 | For where I understand these writers, it seems to me 199 4, 6 | who truly understand what these writers say, perceive at 200 4, 6 | however, I do not understand these writers, though their eloquence 201 4, 6 | very obscurity, too, of these divine and wholesome words 202 4, 6 | not the qualities which these writers have in common with 203 4, 7 | which is given unto us." But these and other matters of the 204 4, 7 | much wisdom there is in these words. And even a man sound 205 4, 7 | think I had done enough? All these things when taught by masters 206 4, 7 | display, the eloquence which these men value so highly. ~ 207 4, 7 | all the best kingdoms of these: is their border greater 208 4, 7 | this, and to men such as these, would they have chosen 209 4, 7 | all the best kingdoms of these: is their border greater 210 4, 7 | the same time also that these things are spoken of, the 211 4, 7 | Then the words joined to these places are most appropriately 212 4, 7 | the midst of the herd." These six clauses form three periods 213 4, 7 | now speaking to, but of, these men, and to show us that 214 4, 7 | others, he intimates that these men have not even skill 215 4, 7 | the costliest ointment." These three clauses are best pronounced 216 4, 7 | sentence which follows all these: "and they were not grieved 217 4, 8 | mysteries, from one or other of these reasons they have expressed 218 4, 8 | to it. The expositors of these writers, then, ought not 219 4, 9 | speaker may expound them; and these should never be brought 220 4, 10 | intelligible, he will take these by preference; if, however, 221 4, 10 | forgotten them; nay, both these classes will derive pleasure 222 4, 12 | delight, and to move. Of these, teaching is the most essential~ 223 4, 12 | persuade is a triumph." Now of these three, the one first mentioned, 224 4, 16 | should teach others. And these three apostolic epistles 225 4, 16 | Timothy do we not read: "These things command and teach?" 226 4, 16 | command and teach?" What these things are, has been told 227 4, 16 | so on. And there, too: "These things speak, and exhort, 228 4, 17 | of his hearer. For it is these three ends, viz., teaching, 229 4, 18 | quoted could have exemplified these three directions, as laid 230 4, 18 | have to do with neither of these, and where the intention 231 4, 18 | secular affairs (and what were these but matters of money?), 232 4, 18 | happiness; and wherever these truths are spoken of, whether 233 4, 19 | matter is treated in all these ways at different times, 234 4, 20 | things are an allegory: for these are the two covenants; the 235 4, 20 | also states the reason in these words: "For if there had 236 4, 20 | suggest themselves, lest these should cast doubt or discredit 237 4, 20 | however, the solution of these questions suggest itself 238 4, 20 | questions arise, and out of these again still others; if these 239 4, 20 | these again still others; if these be all discussed and solved, 240 4, 20 | as sisters." And also in these: "I beseech you, therefore, 241 4, 20 | honour to whom honour." And these also, though expressed in 242 4, 20 | the closing sentences of these writers and arrange them 243 4, 20 | arrangement), he will learn that these divinely-inspired men are 244 4, 20 | none of the weight from these divine and authoritative 245 4, 20 | words, he has not preserved these in his translation. I, however ( 246 4, 20 | I think it done, neglect these harmonious endings, am just 247 4, 20 | What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, 248 4, 20 | slaughter.) Nay, in all these things we are more than 249 4, 21 | But these writings of the apostles, 250 4, 21 | expositor. Let us, then, study these various modes of speech 251 4, 21 | objects of greater care. These are the flowers on the tree 252 4, 21 | peace. And every one of these things ought ye, holy virgins, 253 4, 21 | appetite." Now I have cited these latter passages as examples 254 4, 21 | them to their duty even in these respects by the power of 255 4, 21 | not polluted in mind by these meretricious deceits, yet, 256 4, 21 | practices, says: "Hence arise these incentives to vice, that 257 4, 21 | majestic throughout. Now in these two authors whom I have 258 4, 22 | is against rule to mingle these various styles: on the contrary, 259 4, 25 | eloquence, whichever of these three forms it may assume, 260 4, 26 | are not to understand that these three qualities attach themselves 261 4, 26 | possible to display, all these three merits. For we do 262 4, 27 | Now these men do good to many by preaching 263 4, 29 | do not say them; for both these statements must be true, 264 4, 31 | ability I possess I have in these four books striven to depict,


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