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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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1 pref, 0| beforehand. And if, after all, men should still be found to 2 pref, 0| out of my power to open men's eyes that they may see 3 pref, 0| rather than from those of men. ~ 4 pref, 0| not chosen to make use of men as the ministers of His 5 pref, 0| He wished to be taught to men by voices from heaven, or 6 pref, 0| love itself, which binds men together in the bond of 7 pref, 0| them one with another, if men never learnt anything from 8 pref, 0| Seeing, then, that these men teach others, either through 9 1, 6 | to accept the worship of men's mouths, and has desired 10 1, 7 | Chap. 7. What all men understand by the term God~ 11 1, 7 | exalted exists. And since men are moved by different kinds 12 1, 8 | intelligent life, such as that of men. And, perceiving that even 13 1, 8 | never can become so. And if men never caught sight of this 14 1, 9 | fixed in the minds of all men, and presented to their 15 1, 9 | shadows of the flesh. And thus men are driven back from their 16 1, 11 | was considered by proud men to have done very foolishly. 17 1, 11 | foolishness of God is wiser than men; and the weakness of God 18 1, 11 | of God is stronger than men." And thus, though Wisdom 19 1, 12 | because He appeared to mortal men in the form of mortal flesh, 20 1, 12 | made by Him." But, because men, who in their eagerness 21 1, 14 | a man to save us who are men, as a mortal to save us 22 1, 15 | still in unbelief! And when men look for Him to come from 23 1, 22 | important question, whether men ought to enjoy, or to use, 24 1, 23 | companions, that is, other men. For it is inherent in the 25 1, 25 | what the error of wicked men often compels us to do. ~ 26 1, 28 | Further, all men are to be loved equally. 27 1, 28 | given to both. Just so among men: since you cannot consult 28 1, 29 | desire and endeavour that all men may love God~ 29 1, 30 | no exception, as far as men are concerned, is shown 30 1, 34 | the life;" that is, by me men come, to me they come, in 31 2, 2 | class of signs so far as men are concerned with it, because 32 2, 2 | made known to us through men those, namely, who wrote 33 2, 3 | the signs, then, by which men communicate their thoughts 34 2, 3 | compared with words. For among men words have obtained far 35 2, 3 | the signs through which men express their thoughts consist 36 2, 4 | longer than their sound, men have by means of letters 37 2, 4 | the sin of discord among men, which springs from every 38 2, 4 | spirit; and the ungodly men concerned in it justly earned 39 2, 5 | salvation. And in reading it, men seek nothing more than to 40 2, 5 | which they believe these men to have spoken. ~ 41 2, 6 | there are holy and just men whose life and conversation 42 2, 6 | their imitation of good men members of its own body; 43 2, 6 | members of its own body; men who, as good and true servants 44 2, 6 | pleasure in contemplating holy men, when I view them as the 45 2, 6 | teeth of the Church, tearing men away from their errors, 46 2, 7 | possible die to this world. For men see Him just so far as they 47 2, 7 | for the sake of pleasing men or with a view to avoid 48 2, 10 | mean an ox, because all men who with us use the Latin 49 2, 11 | knowledge of languages. And men who speak the Latin tongue, 50 2, 13 | say inter homines (among men) or inter hominibus, is 51 2, 13 | And men are easily offended in a 52 2, 13 | foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God 53 2, 13 | of God is stronger than men 1 Cor.1:25 ). If any one 54 2, 13 | foolish of God is wiser of men, and what is weak of God 55 2, 13 | weak of God is stronger of men), a quick and careful reader 56 2, 13 | might be, that the folly of men or the weakness of men is 57 2, 13 | of men or the weakness of men is wiser or stronger than 58 2, 13 | hominibus"(stronger than men) is not free from ambiguity, 59 2, 14 | inquiry about them from men who speak those tongues, 60 2, 15 | that among that number of men there was but one voice. 61 2, 15 | many venerable and learned men. Wherefore, even if anything 62 2, 15 | from that in which these men have expressed it, I think 63 2, 15 | Providence which used these men to bring it about, that 64 2, 16 | Scripture. And a number of men skilled in that language 65 2, 16 | out of place for learned men to discuss, whether there 66 2, 18 | him grieve over and avoid men who, "when they knew God, 67 2, 19 | of things instituted by men, the other of things which 68 2, 20 | the arrangements made by men to the making and worshipping 69 2, 20 | he happens to run between men who are walking side by 70 2, 20 | the dogs; for frequently men are so superstitious as 71 2, 21 | and sell inexperienced men into a miserable bondage. 72 2, 21 | likeness to beasts, or of men with a view to confer honour 73 2, 21 | to confer honour on those men. And this is not to be wondered 74 2, 21 | naming them in honour of the men Julius Caesar and Augustus 75 2, 21 | they now bear. But as the men were dead whose memory people 76 2, 21 | they were raising the dead men themselves to heaven. But 77 2, 21 | whatever they may be called by men, still there are stars which 78 2, 22 | about whom these wretched men are consulted by their still 79 2, 22 | upon by the presumption of men, are to be referred to the 80 2, 23 | way it comes to pass that men who lust after evil things 81 2, 23 | baleful fellowship between men and devils, and are to be 82 2, 23 | waste the hearts of wretched men in private and selfish strivings 83 2, 23 | God created and ordained, men have drawn lying omens of 84 2, 23 | is struck by lightning, men have frequently drawn omens 85 2, 24 | lives, and affect different men's minds differently, because 86 2, 24 | different; and as, further, men did not agree upon them 87 2, 24 | now significant because men have agreed upon them; in 88 2, 25 | association with devils, but by men in association with one 89 2, 25 | that are in force among men, because they have agreed 90 2, 25 | arrangement and agreement of men, the public crier would 91 2, 25 | still remembered by many old men from whom we have frequently 92 2, 25 | to them in vain. Yet all men aim at a certain degree 93 2, 25 | same significance among men, except when they have mutually 94 2, 25 | the superfluous devices of men, unless when it is a matter 95 2, 25 | fictions, in whose lies men take delight, are human 96 2, 25 | necessary arrangements of men with men are to be reckoned 97 2, 25 | arrangements of men with men are to be reckoned whatever 98 2, 25 | they were not devices of men, would not be different 99 2, 26 | certain institutions of men are in a sort of way representations 100 2, 26 | the mutual intercourse of men, are, so far as they are 101 2, 27 | institutions those things which men have handed down to us, 102 2, 28 | from whose successors these men assert Plato learnt theology, 103 2, 28 | narrative former institutions of men are described, the history 104 2, 29 | hence, in just the same way men who are skilled in such 105 2, 31 | dull people, but clever men too, when they are not on 106 2, 32 | is not a thing devised by men, but is observed and noted 107 2, 36 | sometimes used to persuade men of what is false~ 108 2, 36 | can be used for persuading men of what is false; but as 109 2, 36 | to an arrangement among men that the expression of affection 110 2, 36 | and that variety arrests men's attention without wearying 111 2, 36 | or belief, or in moving men's minds to desire and aversion. 112 2, 36 | desire and aversion. And men rather found out that these 113 2, 37 | meaning, provided only that men do not fall into the error 114 2, 37 | it sometimes happens that men find less difficulty in 115 2, 37 | walk in any other way; but men find it easier to walk by 116 2, 38 | the acuteness of ingenious men brought to light. ~ 117 2, 39 | studious and able young men, who fear God and are seeking 118 2, 39 | have been instituted by men varying by reason of the 119 2, 39 | detestation. Let the young men also withdraw their attention 120 2, 39 | from such institutions of men as are unnecessary and luxurious. 121 2, 39 | neglect the arrangements of men that enable us to carry 122 2, 39 | What, then, some men have done in regard to all 123 2, 39 | solution; what, I say, these men have done in regard to matters 124 2, 40 | miserable fellowship of these men, ought to take away from 125 2, 40 | to that intercourse with men which is indispensable in 126 2, 40 | have many good and faithful men among our brethren done? 127 2, 40 | not to speak of living men! How much Greeks out of 128 3, 6 | heaven and earth. These men, because they had been very 129 3, 6 | churches did this, because men who had for their gods idols 130 3, 7 | and yet it is not food for men, but for swine. He who knows 131 3, 10 | But as men are prone to estimate sins, 132 3, 10 | blameable except what the men of his own country and time 133 3, 10 | way fashions the lives of men. In the same way, if an 134 3, 10 | possession of the mind, men think that whatever Scripture 135 3, 12 | are ascribed to God, or to men whose holiness is put before 136 3, 12 | of the custom of the good men about him, either has a 137 3, 12 | luxurious and profligate men are accustomed to have theirs 138 3, 12 | persons, and not rashly charge men with sins. For it is possible 139 3, 12 | sort, whatever the holy men of those times did without 140 3, 12 | now it is disgraceful for men honorably born not to wear 141 3, 13 | turned by good and great men to some prudent or benevolent 142 3, 14 | But when men unacquainted with other 143 3, 14 | thing as right at all. Such men did not perceive, to take 144 3, 14 | Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye 145 3, 18 | temporal enjoyments. And those men to whom the apostle permitted 146 3, 18 | enjoying. And assuredly those men of whom I speak knew that 147 3, 19 | chap. 19. Wicked men judge others by themselves~ 148 3, 19 | more beastly excess, such men do not believe it possible 149 3, 19 | believe it possible that the men of ancient times used a 150 3, 19 | But these same men might say that it is not 151 3, 19 | and praise good and holy men, because they themselves 152 3, 20 | 20. Consistency of good men in all outward circumstances~ 153 3, 20 | when they were honoured by men, nor cast down when they 154 3, 20 | was wanting to those great men. For they were both cried 155 3, 21 | and self-restraint those men used their wives appears 156 3, 22 | are now condemned by good men~ 157 3, 22 | to the habits of the good men who since our Lord's advent 158 3, 23 | narrative of sins of great men~ 159 3, 23 | reads of the sins of great men, although he may be able 160 3, 23 | when he sees in the case of men so eminent both the storms 161 3, 23 | over. For the sins of these men were recorded to this end, 162 3, 23 | recorded to this end, that men might everywhere and always 163 3, 29 | Moreover, I would have learned men to know that the authors 164 3, 29 | in the ordinary speech of men who have learnt no grammar, 165 3, 34 | thing occurs in the case of men: things are said of Solomon, 166 3, 35 | reference to times, but to men. ~ 167 3, 36 | have been revealed that men are to give heed to these 168 3, 36 | revealed. is the day in which men ought to give heed to these 169 3, 37 | from some less, just as men have got more or less from 170 4, 2 | who are trying to persuade men of what is false are to 171 4, 2 | or right, why do not good men study to engage it on the 172 4, 2 | side of truth, when bad men use it to obtain the triumph 173 4, 3 | be in the end mastered by men of slower intellect, I do 174 4, 3 | much importance as to wish men who have arrived at mature 175 4, 3 | take precedence of it. For men of quick intellect and glowing 176 4, 3 | the speeches of eloquent men, we find rules of eloquence 177 4, 3 | do speak, why should not men become eloquent without 178 4, 3 | the speeches of eloquent men, and by imitating them as 179 4, 3 | and debates of eloquent men. For even the art of grammar, 180 4, 3 | growing up and living among men who speak correctly. For 181 4, 3 | avoid it; just as citybred men, even when illiterate, seize 182 4, 5 | But as some men employ these coarsely, inelegantly, 183 4, 5 | service never." If, then, the men who teach the principles 184 4, 5 | set far above these the men who are not so retentive 185 4, 5 | confirming testimony of great men. For his proof gives pleasure 186 4, 5 | himself in imitating, eloquent men, than advise him to spend 187 4, 5 | rhetoric; especially if the men he reads and listens to 188 4, 6 | eloquence that is becoming in men who justly claim the highest 189 4, 6 | if I had time, show those men who cry up their own form 190 4, 7 | more likely that serious men would think I had gone too 191 4, 7 | reply to the ill-taught men who think our authors contemptible; 192 4, 7 | the eloquence which these men value so highly. ~ 193 4, 7 | of Joseph." Suppose those men who, assuming to be themselves 194 4, 7 | message like this, and to men such as these, would they 195 4, 7 | viol," seeing that wise men may practice music wisely, 196 4, 7 | speaking to, but of, these men, and to show us that we 197 4, 7 | he intimates that these men have not even skill in their 198 4, 7 | very eloquent and acute men have perceived and said, 199 4, 10 | which cannot be done by men who are repeating words 200 4, 10 | well known, especially when men's expectation was fixed 201 4, 10 | speaking of the mode in which men who desire to learn ought 202 4, 12 | whom you set before him as men to be feared and shunned. 203 4, 12 | is a necessity. For what men know, it is in their own 204 4, 13 | for those stubborn minded men who both understand and 205 4, 14 | labour has been spent by men on the beauty of expression 206 4, 14 | baseness which wicked and base men have with great eloquence 207 4, 14 | style are apt to think that men who do not use it, but employ 208 4, 16 | that we need not direct men how or what they should 209 4, 16 | doctrine: that the aged men be sober," and so on. And 210 4, 16 | when, though he says that men are made teachers by the 211 4, 16 | that though the duty of men to teach even the teachers 212 4, 16 | increase? Wherefore though holy men be our helpers, or even 213 4, 16 | For as the medicines which men apply to the bodies of their 214 4, 16 | without the help or agency of men. ~ 215 4, 18 | ought to have reference to men's salvation, and that not 216 4, 18 | course, if we were giving men advice as to how they ought 217 4, 18 | even the cold hearts of men with a zeal for doing works 218 4, 19 | wickedness this is, and urge men to flee from it. ~ 219 4, 20 | speak after the manner of men: Though it be but a man' 220 4, 20 | father; and the younger men as brethren; the elder women 221 4, 20 | things, but condescend to men of low estate!" And a little 222 4, 20 | these divinely-inspired men are not defective in any 223 4, 21 | exemplified in the writings of men who, by reading the Scriptures, 224 4, 21 | visit only those haunts of men that pity would not blush 225 4, 21 | in thy behaviour towards men, and that thou art not polluted 226 4, 21 | not prove attractive to men, paint their faces with 227 4, 24 | besides I have observed that men show the effect made on 228 4, 25 | use of this style persuade men to cultivate good habits 229 4, 26 | applause that waits upon men who speak thus, except by 230 4, 27 | and therefore it is that men who themselves lead unprofitable 231 4, 27 | I have just quoted about men of this stamp, made this 232 4, 27 | Now these men do good to many by preaching 233 4, 28 | in the sight of God and men, fearing God, and caring 234 4, 28 | fearing God, and caring for men. In his very speech even 235 4, 28 | body too were deformed, so men who teach lies are the more 236 4, 29 | There are, indeed, some men who have a good delivery, 237 4, 29 | to deliver. Now, if such men take what has been written 238 4, 29 | among them. Nor are such men to be alarmed by the words 239 4, 29 | the apostle says of such men: "They profess that they 240 4, 29 | Truth. Speaking of such men, in one place He says, " 241 4, 29 | another place, upbraiding such men, He says, "O generation 242 4, 30 | for the eternal welfare of men? Those, again, who are to


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