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1 pref, 0| God's great gift, yet it was from human teachers they 2 pref, 0| voice of God from heaven, was yet sent to a man to receive 3 pref, 0| alms had in remembrance, was yet handed over to Peter 4 pref, 0| the apostle's hands, but was also instructed by him as 5 pref, 0| love. And without doubt it was possible to have done everything 6 pref, 0| know that the eunuch who was reading Isaiah the prophet, 7 pref, 0| understand what he read, was not sent by the apostle 8 pref, 0| apostle to an angel, nor was it an angel who explained 9 pref, 0| did not understand, nor was he inwardly illuminated 10 pref, 0| mind it might originate, was to be ascribed not to the 11 1, arg | be taken away, "The Word was made Flesh," our Lord suffered, 12 1, 8 | has attained to wisdom, was, previous to its attaining 13 1, 8 | But wisdom itself never was unwise, and never can become 14 1, 11 | wisely, He when He came to us was considered by proud men 15 1, 11 | strong, He when He came to us was looked upon as weak. But " 16 1, 11 | And thus, though Wisdom was Himself our home, He made 17 1, 12 | always been, seeing that "He was in the world, and the world 18 1, 12 | the world, and the world was made by Him." But, because 19 1, 12 | He come, seeing that He was already here, except that 20 1, 13 | Chap. 13. The Word was made flesh~ 21 1, 13 | come but this, "The Word was made flesh, and dwelt among 22 1, 14 | so our medicine, Wisdom, was by His assumption of humanity 23 1, 14 | Moreover, just as the former was called wisdom, but was in 24 1, 14 | former was called wisdom, but was in reality the folly of 25 1, 14 | us to life. The disease was brought in through a woman' 26 1, 14 | which they are applied: He was born of a woman to deliver 27 1, 15 | they reflect how great He was who suffered so great things 28 1, 17 | against us, what could He, who was willing to lay Himself down 29 1, 24 | point, indeed, no question was ever raised by any sect. 30 1, 24 | two, unless some object was to be attained which would 31 1, 30 | fell among thieves, and was severely wounded by them, 32 1, 30 | He showed him that nobody was neighbour to this man except 33 1, 30 | the truth of this when he was himself interrogated in 34 1, 30 | who brought aid to him who was lying half dead on the road, 35 1, 33 | even the apostle exclaims, "Was Paul crucified for you? 36 1, 35 | our salvation, therefore, was framed by the providence 37 1, 36 | Scripture. Nevertheless, as I was going to say, if his mistaken 38 2, 1 | As when I was writing about things, I 39 2, 3 | odour of the ointment which was poured out upon His feet; 40 2, 3 | of His garment the woman was made whole, the act was 41 2, 3 | was made whole, the act was not wanting in significance. 42 2, 4 | that celebrated tower which was built to reach to heaven 43 2, 4 | built to reach to heaven was an indication of this arrogance 44 2, 5 | through the whole world, was interpreted into various 45 2, 5 | will of those by whom it was written, and through these 46 2, 6 | not doubt that all this was divinely arranged for the 47 2, 7 | the previous book when I was treating about things. It 48 2, 15 | that number of men there was but one voice. And if, as 49 2, 15 | himself, and yet nothing was found in the manuscript 50 2, 15 | of any one of them that was not found in the same words 51 2, 15 | Old Testament are, as I was about to say, to be corrected 52 2, 16 | clay made out of spittle was commanded to wash, has a 53 2, 16 | number of years the temple was in building, which is mentioned 54 2, 16 | relation to which the temple was mentioned, compels many 55 2, 17 | gave names to them all. It was not Jupiter, therefore, 56 2, 17 | citizens, but because it was obvious to remark that all 57 2, 18 | and their foolish heart was darkened. Professing themselves 58 2, 21 | life. For where a place was vacant, or not held in honour 59 2, 21 | proceeding in such cases was carried out. For example, 60 2, 22 | the time when the person was born about whom these wretched 61 2, 22 | succession, that Jacob, who was born last, was found to 62 2, 22 | Jacob, who was born last, was found to have laid hold 63 2, 22 | what a difference there was between the characters, 64 2, 23 | those by which his ghost was brought up the less detestable; 65 2, 24 | and deadly slavery. For it was not because they had meaning 66 2, 24 | were attended to, but it was by attending to and marking 67 2, 25 | Carthage, while the pantomime was dancing, what it was he 68 2, 25 | pantomime was dancing, what it was he meant to express, a thing 69 2, 25 | and by whose authority it was made. Finally, the thousands 70 2, 28 | consulship in which our Lord was born, and that in which 71 2, 28 | error of supposing that He was forty-six years of age when 72 2, 28 | being the number of years He was told by the Jews the temple ( 73 2, 28 | as a symbol of His body) was in building. Now we know 74 2, 28 | of the evangelist that He was about thirty years of age 75 2, 28 | thirty years of age when He was baptized; but the number 76 2, 28 | evident, however, that it was not without a purpose it 77 2, 28 | not without a purpose it was said that the temple was 78 2, 28 | was said that the temple was forty and six years in building; 79 2, 28 | when Jeremiah the prophet was there, show that it is much 80 2, 28 | much more likely that Plato was through Jeremiah's means 81 2, 28 | whatever they said that was good and true from our literature, 82 2, 29 | age today, what her age was any number of years ago, 83 2, 31 | those who declared this fact was not in vain, nor was their 84 2, 31 | fact was not in vain, nor was their faith in vain who 85 2, 38 | dullest apprehension that this was not created by man, but 86 2, 38 | not created by man, but was discovered by investigation. 87 2, 40 | and most blessed martyr, was loaded when he came out 88 2, 40 | him it is written that he was learned in all the wisdom 89 2, 40 | against the yoke of Christ, it was persecuting the Christians) 90 2, 40 | service of Christ. For what was done at the time of the 91 2, 40 | at the time of the exodus was no doubt a type prefiguring 92 2, 42 | brought with them out of Egypt was in comparison with the riches 93 3, 1 | childish), but yet, as I was going to say, so far as 94 3, 2 | sufficient length when I was speaking in the first book 95 3, 2 | erat" (In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was 96 3, 2 | was the Word, and the Word was with God,and God was), so 97 3, 2 | Word was with God,and God was), so as to make the next 98 3, 2 | principio apud Deum" (This word was in the beginning with God), 99 3, 2 | to confess that the Word was God. But this must be rejected 100 3, 2 | erat verbum" (and the Word was God); and then to add: " 101 3, 2 | principio apud Deum" (the same was in the beginning with God). ~ 102 3, 3 | inquiry and an interrogative was this, that an inquiry admits 103 3, 3 | passage, "My bone [os meum] was not hid from Thee, which 104 3, 4 | doubted that the vocative case was meant when he heard "propterea 105 3, 6 | differed widely from what it was in the case of the other 106 3, 6 | bondage to temporal things, it was in such a way that in all 107 3, 6 | in all these the One God was put before their minds. 108 3, 6 | in the way the Jews did was God, or came from God. But 109 3, 6 | first Church at Jerusalem was formed, showed clearly how 110 3, 6 | temple they were serving was but the earthly type. ~ 111 3, 7 | the thing itself which it was designed to signify, is 112 3, 12 | with precious ointment, it was for the same purpose for 113 3, 12 | man having several wives was at that time blameless: 114 3, 12 | and for the same reason it was not proper for one woman 115 3, 12 | neighbour, or both. For as it was disgraceful among the ancient 116 3, 12 | its own hideousness, which was concealed under the cover 117 3, 14 | have thought that there was no such thing as absolute 118 3, 16 | the fact that His flesh was wounded and crucified for 119 3, 16 | think a deed of malevolence was enjoined. Do not doubt, 120 3, 18 | the time at which anything was enjoyed or allowed~ 121 3, 18 | For, if it was possible for one man to 122 3, 18 | by Tobit's prayer when he was married to his wife. For 123 3, 20 | neither sort of temptation was wanting to those great men. 124 3, 21 | his death. He certainly was not caught in the meshes 125 3, 21 | jealousy, seeing that it was not his own injuries but 126 3, 21 | son that moved him. For it was on this account he had given 127 3, 21 | place of repentance after he was subdued; and when he was 128 3, 21 | was subdued; and when he was baffled in this design, 129 3, 21 | guilty of no crime, though he was dreadfully afflicted for 130 3, 21 | afflicted for him while he was sick, yet he comforted himself 131 3, 21 | ordered to be put to death, he was accused of his crime by 132 3, 21 | But yet in this parable it was the adultery only that was 133 3, 21 | was the adultery only that was indicated by the poor man' 134 3, 21 | number of wives when he was forced to punish himself 135 3, 21 | its abode with him, but was only a passing guest. On 136 3, 21 | beginning of his reign he was inflamed with a desire for 137 3, 25 | of meal, till the whole was leavened." ~ 138 3, 29 | lest it might seem that I was teaching grammar. I certainly 139 3, 29 | there is no fish, which was not made for fish, and yet 140 3, 30 | inconsistent disposition, that he was unwilling to give them up 141 3, 30 | finding, indeed, that there was no need for them, as there 142 3, 30 | need for them, as there was no difficulty in the passage 143 3, 30 | he would have said what was true, and he would not, 144 3, 32 | For it is not said, I *was* black as the tents of Cedar, 145 3, 33 | solution of other questions. It was the want of clear views 146 3, 33 | faith, but that faith itself was so far our own that it did 147 3, 33 | enemy to guard against, was less attentive and anxious 148 3, 34 | their doings: their way was before me as the uncleanness 149 3, 34 | sanctify my great name, which was profaned among the heathen, 150 3, 34 | to understand that this was given to the fathers when 151 3, 34 | given to the fathers when it was promised to them in the 152 3, 34 | be given in its own time was to them, on account of the 153 3, 34 | purpose and grace, which was given us in Christ Jesus 154 3, 34 | time when those to whom it was to be given were not yet 155 3, 34 | and purpose of God, which was to take place in its own 156 3, 35 | His disciples, our Lord was transfigured on the mount, 157 3, 35 | the sun, and His raiment was white as snow, one evangelist 158 3, 35 | join the Lord's day which was just dawning, and count 159 3, 36 | way in which the garden was planted: that out of the 160 3, 36 | follows "The tree of life also was in the midst of the garden, 161 3, 36 | watered the garden, and which was parted into four heads, 162 3, 36 | garden of Eden." For it was after all these other things 163 3, 36 | things were done that man was put in the garden, as now 164 3, 36 | the narrative itself: it was not after man was put there 165 3, 36 | itself: it was not after man was put there that the other 166 3, 36 | flood. And the whole earth was of one language and of one 167 3, 36 | sentence, "And the whole earth was of one language and of one 168 3, 36 | added, "And the whole earth was of one language and of one 169 3, 36 | the change, to tell how it was, that from having one language 170 3, 36 | their arrogance; and it was after this that they were 171 4, 1 | entitled On Christian Doctrine, was at the commencement divided 172 4, 6 | divine and wholesome words was a necessary element in eloquence 173 4, 6 | eloquence of a kind that was designed to profit our understandings, 174 4, 7 | affirm that the apostle was guided by the rules of eloquence, 175 4, 7 | naturally produced, and was accompanied by, eloquence. ~ 176 4, 7 | stripes save one, thrice was I beaten with rods, once 177 4, 7 | I beaten with rods, once was I stoned, thrice I suffered 178 4, 7 | three are set down: "Thrice was I beaten with rods, once 179 4, 7 | I beaten with rods, once was I stoned, thrice I suffered 180 4, 7 | matters of this kind. It was necessary, however, to reply 181 4, 7 | prophet who says that he was a shepherd or herdsman, 182 4, 7 | shepherd or herdsman, and was called by God from that 183 4, 7 | quondam rustic prophet, was denouncing the godless, 184 4, 7 | reciting it with spirit. Nor was it composed by man's art 185 4, 10 | because they felt that it was important for the sense 186 4, 10 | especially when men's expectation was fixed on having the difficulties 187 4, 11 | but in making clear what was obscure; yet if this be 188 4, 14 | there by accident, or else was inserted designedly with 189 4, 20 | a free woman. But he who was of the bond woman was born 190 4, 20 | who was of the bond woman was born after the flesh; but 191 4, 20 | but he of the free woman was by promise. Which things 192 4, 20 | that the covenant, that was confirmed before of God 193 4, 20 | in Christ, the law, which was four hundred and thirty 194 4, 20 | inheritance by the law, why then was the law given? he himself 195 4, 20 | the answer is given: "It was added because of transgressions, 196 4, 20 | come to whom the promise was made; and it was ordained 197 4, 20 | promise was made; and it was ordained by angels in the 198 4, 20 | which, as if paying what was due, things that belong 199 4, 20 | And my temptation which was in my flesh ye despised 200 4, 21 | when he drank wine, and was drunken, and was uncovered 201 4, 21 | wine, and was drunken, and was uncovered within his tent, 202 4, 21 | tent, and his nakedness was exposed by his second son, 203 4, 21 | exposed by his second son, and was carefully hidden by his 204 4, 21 | forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the most high 205 4, 21 | Now, that Melchizedek was a type of Christ, the Holy 206 4, 21 | among others: "When Gideon was startled by the message 207 4, 21 | the end of the staff that was in his hand, there rose 208 4, 21 | to indicate that the rock was a type of the body of Christ, 209 4, 21 | followed them, and that rock was Christ;' this, of course, 210 4, 21 | thirsting people. And so it was at that time declared in 211 4, 21 | the mixed multitude that was among them fell a lusting; 212 4, 21 | fire rose out of it, this was a sign that our Lord's flesh, 213 4, 21 | imitation, and says: "She was a virgin not in body only, 214 4, 24 | Caesarean in Mauritania I was dissuading the people from 215 4, 24 | they called Ceterva (for it was not fellow-citizens merely, 216 4, 24 | cruel and inveterate; it was not, however, when I heard 217 4, 24 | when I saw their tears I was confident, even before the 218 4, 24 | and which like an enemy was besieging their hearts, 219 4, 24 | complete possession of them) was overthrown; and immediately 220 4, 24 | immediately that my sermon was finished I called upon them 221 4, 24 | since anything of the sort was attempted there. In many 222 4, 24 | a change in many; but it was to teach them what they 223 4, 26 | a quarter whence nothing was expected; when it seizes 224 4, 27 | they occupied then, which was not theirs but Moses', compelled 225 4, 27 | compelled them to say what was good, though they did what 226 4, 27 | good, though they did what was evil. And so they followed 227 4, 30 | Esther prayed, when she was about to speak to the king


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