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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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1 pref, 0| to me in my meditations on this subject. But before 2 pref, 0| fly into a passion with me on that account. As for those 3 pref, 0| a book presented to him on the spot by the astonished 4 pref, 0| I do not strongly insist on them. For, as I am dealing 5 pref, 0| of these things, because on the outpouring of the Holy 6 pref, 0| the interposition of man; on the contrary, at the suggestion 7 pref, 0| aloud the words before him. On the other hand, the man 8 pref, 0| to read is not dependent on some one else, when he finds 9 pref, 0| have thought good to make on the road I am about to traverse 10 1, arg | expounded, the author goes on to show that all objects, 11 1, arg | advantage. He then goes on to show that love the love 12 1, 1 | interpretation of Scripture depends on the discovery and enunciation 13 1, 1 | undertaken in dependence on God's aid.~ 14 1, 1 | There are two things on which all interpretation 15 1, 1 | undoubtedly be, if I were counting on my own strength; but since 16 1, 1 | accomplishing the work rests on Him who has already supplied 17 1, 1 | supplied me with many thoughts on this subject, I do not fear 18 1, 1 | fear but that He will go on to supply what is yet wanting 19 1, 4 | for its own sake. To use, on the other hand, is to employ 20 1, 6 | rejoice in His praise. For on this principle it is that 21 1, 7 | pattern of excellence. Those, on the other hand, who endeavour 22 1, 8 | by it. Then, when they go on to look into the nature 23 1, 8 | at another time wise, but on the contrary is wisdom itself. 24 1, 9 | very eyeballs. The man, on the other hand, who sees, 25 1, 14 | example of His virtues. On the other hand, the following 26 1, 14 | fully, who are not hurried on by the necessity of carrying 27 1, 15 | instead of quaking at it on account of their evil deeds. 28 1, 17 | Further, when we are on the way, and that not a 29 1, 18 | whatsoever it should bind on earth might be bound in 30 1, 18 | whatsoever it should loose on earth might be loosed in 31 1, 18 | same faith and repentance on the ground of which he is 32 1, 19 | this corruptible shall put on incorruption, and this mortal 33 1, 19 | and this mortal shall put on immortality. And thus the 34 1, 22 | But a curse is pronounced on him who places his hope 35 1, 23 | ourselves; third, that which is on a level with us; fourth, 36 1, 24 | man, then, hates himself. On this point, indeed, no question 37 1, 24 | Those, on the other hand, who do this 38 1, 25 | superfluous to argue longer on a point so very plain, but 39 1, 26 | thy neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang 40 1, 30 | and to whom He said that on these hang all the law and 41 1, 30 | have been performed by them on our behalf, as may easily 42 1, 30 | passages of Holy Scripture. And on this ground even God Himself, 43 1, 30 | who was lying half dead on the road, wounded and abandoned 44 1, 30 | neighbour. For He shows us pity on account of His own goodness, 45 1, 30 | show pity to one another on account of His; that is, 46 1, 31 | And on this ground, when we say 47 1, 33 | others fixed upon them. But, on the contrary, the holy man 48 1, 33 | us thus refreshed to go on our way towards Him, in 49 1, 34 | therefore, although still on the way, and following after 50 1, 34 | were behind, and pressing on towards those things which 51 1, 34 | nothing should detain us on the way, when not even our 52 1, 34 | wishes us rather to press on; and, instead of weakly 53 1, 34 | though these have been put on and worn by Him for our 54 1, 36 | understand them as he ought. If, on the other hand, a man draws 55 1, 38 | which we shall come: love, on the other hand, shall wax 56 1, 38 | eternity: an eternal object, on the other hand, is loved 57 1, 38 | it can set a higher value on it than really belongs to 58 1, 38 | less value than he thought; on the contrary, however high 59 1, 38 | may set upon it when he is on his way to possess it, he 60 1, 39 | Scriptures, even in solitude, on the strength of these three 61 1, 40 | much has already been said on this subject in other volumes, 62 2, 1 | the impression it makes on the senses, causes something 63 2, 2 | Conventional signs, on the other hand, are those 64 2, 7 | have reference to God. And on these two commandments I 65 2, 7 | these, fixes his affection on things eternal, to wit, 66 2, 8 | such a case the authority on the two sides is to be looked 67 2, 8 | whole canon of Scripture on which we say this judgment 68 2, 11 | preserved in their original form on account of the more sacred 69 2, 11 | but, as has been said, on account of the diversities 70 2, 12 | calls the Jews his "flesh," on account of the relationship 71 2, 13 | understanding. But take, on the other hand, the saying 72 2, 14 | nurtured and brought up on the study of Holy Scripture, 73 2, 16 | conferred no small benefit on posterity by explaining 74 2, 16 | apostle says, that we may put on the new; and to put it off, 75 2, 16 | and the prophets, appeared on the mount between the other 76 2, 16 | His three disciples looked on in amazement. Next, we have 77 2, 16 | sacredness attached to it on account of the Pentecost, 78 2, 16 | this number taken thrice on account of the three divisions 79 2, 16 | under grace, or perhaps on account of the name of the 80 2, 16 | when the nets were cast out on the right-hand side of the 81 2, 16 | the number itself is not on that very account the more 82 2, 16 | confess that our Lord put on, not a false, but a true 83 2, 18 | place in the heart, ought we on that account to forsake 84 2, 20 | or in hanging or tying on or even dancing in a fashion 85 2, 20 | of these are the earrings on the top of each ear, or 86 2, 20 | the rings of ostrich bone on the fingers, or telling 87 2, 20 | sneeze when you are putting on your slippers; to return 88 2, 21 | were called genethliaci, on account of their attention 89 2, 21 | this error, and handed it on to posterity, have given 90 2, 21 | the names either of beasts on account of their likeness 91 2, 21 | a view to confer honour on those men. And this is not 92 2, 23 | are deluded and imposed on by the false angels, to 93 2, 23 | following such practices on the ground that those who 94 2, 23 | not spare the evil spirit on that account, but rebuked 95 2, 24 | already significant, but on the contrary they are now 96 2, 25 | either could not be carried on at all, or would be carried 97 2, 25 | all, or would be carried on at great inconvenience; 98 2, 25 | any means to neglect, but on the contrary should pay 99 2, 26 | held in detestation; those, on the other hand, which relate 100 2, 27 | senses we either believe on testimony, or perceive when 101 2, 28 | in building. Now we know on the authority of the evangelist 102 2, 28 | made, condescended to put on. ~ 103 2, 30 | duty compel us, a matter on which I do not touch at 104 2, 31 | men too, when they are not on their guard. For example, 105 2, 31 | also vain;" and further on drew other inferences which 106 2, 33 | truth of a statement stands on its own merits; the validity 107 2, 33 | of an inference depends on the statement or the admission 108 2, 35 | who says that it rained on the kalends of January, 109 2, 37 | told about them. Those, on the other hand, who cannot 110 2, 37 | rules for it. A dull man, on the other hand, does not 111 2, 38 | who puts so high a value on these things as to be inclined 112 2, 39 | that enable us to carry on intercourse with those around 113 2, 39 | Christian to spend his strength on many subjects for the sake 114 2, 39 | structure of Scripture, and on that account is of more 115 2, 40 | better use, not doing this on their own authority, but 116 2, 41 | indicated by the transverse wood on which the hands are stretched, 117 2, 41 | ground up to the crossbar on which the whole body from 118 2, 41 | the crossbar to the top on which the head lies, and 119 3, arg | with unknown signs, goes on in this third book to treat 120 3, arg | figuratively. He then goes on to lay down rules for the 121 3, 3 | one of these questions. On the other hand, in that 122 3, 6 | against Him that He healed on the Sabbath, and the people, 123 3, 6 | been for a season imposed on the obedient, fixed the 124 3, 6 | those who observed them on the worship of the One God 125 3, 8 | saints of Israel. Those, on the other hand, whom it 126 3, 9 | knowing what it signifies: he, on the other hand, who either 127 3, 10 | can confer an advantage on another which he does not 128 3, 12 | superstitious; whoever, on the other hand, uses them 129 3, 12 | several beasts that feed on commoner kinds of food, 130 3, 12 | the kingdom of heaven. And on account of the necessity 131 3, 12 | become more fruitful, but, on the contrary, it is base 132 3, 16 | shalt heap coals of fire on his head," one would think 133 3, 16 | superiority, let charity on the contrary call you back 134 3, 16 | which his desires are fixed on temporal things so that 135 3, 17 | figurative interpretation on the passage where it is 136 3, 18 | We must also be on our guard against supposing 137 3, 18 | look with greater approval on the man who uses the fruitfulness 138 3, 18 | an ulterior object, than on the man who enjoys the body 139 3, 18 | uprightly: therefore have pity on us, O Lord." ~ 140 3, 19 | widely they are blown about on the tongue of flattery, 141 3, 19 | whirlpool of vice or dash them on the rocks of crime. Let 142 3, 20 | Let them believe, on the contrary, that the apostles 143 3, 21 | that moved him. For it was on this account he had given 144 3, 21 | was only a passing guest. On this account the unlawful 145 3, 23 | hardly a page of Scripture on which it is not clearly 146 3, 26 | the wicked." Nor ought we, on the other hand, in regard 147 3, 26 | breastplate of faith: "putting on," says the apostle, "the 148 3, 27 | the interpretations put on the words is in harmony 149 3, 27 | seeing that it too is founded on truth. For what more liberal 150 3, 30 | read with caution, not only on account of the errors into 151 3, 30 | falls as a man, but chiefly on account of the heresies 152 3, 32 | requires the reader to be on his guard when Scripture, 153 3, 33 | use of when writing a book on this subject. It may be 154 3, 33 | the want of clear views on this question that originated, 155 3, 33 | less attentive and anxious on this point, namely, that 156 3, 33 | Christ, not only to believe on Him, but also to suffer 157 3, 34 | reader must then be carefully on his guard against seeking 158 3, 34 | genus taken in. For he goes on to say: "And I shall be 159 3, 34 | the carnal Israel, passes on, without indicating the 160 3, 34 | its own time was to them, on account of the unchangeableness 161 3, 35 | our Lord was transfigured on the mount, so that His face 162 3, 35 | the latter part of the day on which Christ uttered the 163 3, 35 | the first part of the day on which he showed its fulfilment 164 3, 35 | the latter part of the day on which He suffered we join 165 3, 37 | place, "He is ground down on the earth, who sendeth to 166 3, 37 | himself, that is ground down on the earth, except that he 167 3, 37 | For in these very books on the study of which they 168 4, arg | intention to write a treatise on the laws of rhetoric. These 169 4, 1 | not intended as a treatise on rhetoric~ 170 4, 1 | mine, which is entitled On Christian Doctrine, was 171 4, 1 | said, "There are two things on which all interpretation 172 4, 2 | good men study to engage it on the side of truth, when 173 4, 3 | But the theories and rules on this subject (to which, 174 4, 3 | this, but is solely intent on the matters treated of; 175 4, 3 | the opinions he has formed on grounds of piety and faith. 176 4, 4 | known by means of narrative. On the other hand, to clear 177 4, 5 | the more he ought to draw on the riches of Scripture, 178 4, 7 | clauses of which are suspended on the voice of the speaker 179 4, 7 | himself, if a man smite you on the face. I speak as concerning 180 4, 7 | membra): if "a man smite you on the face. I speak as concerning 181 4, 7 | slight narrative. For he goes on to say: "The God and Father 182 4, 7 | puffery while thus descanting on matters of this kind. It 183 4, 7 | ease," "ye trust," "pass on," "go," "descend." ~ 184 4, 7 | separate clauses running on, the same pronoun being 185 4, 7 | when the voice is suspended on the first two members of 186 4, 7 | period, and comes to a pause on the third. ~ 187 4, 7 | not grieved," suspended on the voice, and then add, " 188 4, 7 | of other points bearing on the laws of eloquence could 189 4, 9 | the people at all, or only on rare occasions when there 190 4, 10 | And this must be insisted on as necessary to our being 191 4, 10 | does not understand; and on this account the speaker 192 4, 10 | address to a close, or pass on to another point. For if 193 4, 10 | throws light upon points on which people wish for instruction, 194 4, 10 | s expectation was fixed on having the difficulties 195 4, 10 | further labour need be spent on the truth itself, as if 196 4, 12 | matter of necessity, depends on what we say; the other two 197 4, 12 | what we say; the other two on the way we say it. He, then, 198 4, 12 | do what they do not know? On the same principle, to persuade 199 4, 14 | labour has been spent by men on the beauty of expression 200 4, 16 | aged men be sober," and so on. And there, too: "These 201 4, 16 | principalities and powers," and so on. What then are we to think? 202 4, 18 | the former two, and are on that account called middling, 203 4, 18 | when we happen to speak on this subject to the people, 204 4, 19 | must use different styles on different occasions~ 205 4, 20 | mother of us all;" and so on. And in the same way where 206 4, 20 | cast doubt or discredit on what we say. If, however, 207 4, 20 | or ministry, let us wait on our ministering; or he that 208 4, 20 | ministering; or he that teacheth, on teaching; or he that exhorteth, 209 4, 20 | teaching; or he that exhorteth, on exhortation: he that giveth, 210 4, 20 | another." And a little farther on: "The night is far spent, 211 4, 20 | darkness, and let us put on the armour of light. Let 212 4, 20 | and envying: but put ye on the Lord Jesus Christ, and 213 4, 20 | for them. For it is borne on by its own vehemence; and 214 4, 20 | armour of righteousness on the right hand and on the 215 4, 20 | righteousness on the right hand and on the left, by honour and 216 4, 20 | heart is enlarged," and so on; it would be tedious to 217 4, 20 | charity, in assured reliance on the help of God. And he 218 4, 21 | subdued style in his treatise on the sacrament of the cup. 219 4, 21 | I am come to send fire on the earth.'" And in the 220 4, 21 | the celebrated encomium on virginity from Cyprian: " 221 4, 21 | care. These are the flowers on the tree of the Church, 222 4, 21 | inside sheds its radiance on the outside. Why need I 223 4, 21 | ought to be. To prevail on any one to take a step of 224 4, 21 | should be excited and set on fire by the majestic style. 225 4, 21 | colours, and then from stains on their features go on to 226 4, 21 | stains on their features go on to stains on their chastity. 227 4, 21 | features go on to stains on their chastity. What folly 228 4, 21 | pronounces condemnation on herself; and her eager endeavours 229 4, 21 | intermingled with practice on his own part, become thoroughly 230 4, 22 | mingle these various styles: on the contrary, every variety 231 4, 22 | And therefore we must be on our guard, lest, in striving 232 4, 23 | place. The temperate style, on the other hand, not indeed 233 4, 24 | speaker, we are not to suppose on that account that he is 234 4, 24 | temperate. The majestic style, on the other hand, frequently 235 4, 24 | men show the effect made on them by the powerful eloquence 236 4, 24 | produce such an effect on some, that they are not 237 4, 25 | and eloquence to secure. On the other hand, what the 238 4, 26 | persuasive power to the majestic. On the contrary, all speech, 239 4, 26 | renounce what it condemns. On the other hand, without 240 4, 27 | authority, which is established on sound doctrine. Wherefore


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