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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| sacred books without reading any directions of the kind that 2 pref, 0| rules are not necessary for any one, but that everything 3 pref, 0| witnesses, who, without any teaching from man, attained 4 pref, 0| But if any one thinks that these stories 5 pref, 0| understand the Scriptures without any directions from man (and 6 pref, 0| from childhood, and that any other language we have learnt, 7 pref, 0| learnt, Greek, or Hebrew, or any of the rest, we have learnt 8 pref, 0| to teach their children any of these things, because 9 pref, 0| though not instructed in any rules of interpretation, 10 pref, 0| does, without the aid of any human interpreter, why does 11 pref, 0| the hidden sense without any error, or at least without 12 pref, 0| least without falling into any gross absurdity. And so 13 pref, 0| to reply at the outset to any who might make preliminary 14 1, 6 | or uttered His praise, in any worthy way? Nay, I feel 15 1, 7 | excellence of God: nor could any one be found to believe 16 1, 7 | be found to believe that any being to whom there exists 17 1, 8 | living, they only can form any conception of Him that is 18 1, 16 | without spot or wrinkle, or any such thing. ~ 19 1, 22 | Neither ought any one to have joy in himself, 20 1, 24 | question was ever raised by any sect. But neither does any 21 1, 24 | any sect. But neither does any man hate his own body. For 22 1, 24 | do so without suffering any pain, and that they had 23 1, 27 | is to be loved more than any man, each man ought to love 24 1, 29 | to others; and if he find any one comparatively indifferent, 25 1, 29 | if, however, he meet with any one who opposes him, he 26 1, 29 | whom we have no fear that any one who comes to know Him 27 1, 29 | desires our love, not for any gain to Himself, but that 28 1, 30 | no exception is made of any one as a person to whom 29 1, 30 | not covet; and if there be any other commandment, it is 30 1, 30 | we are to work no ill to any man. ~ 31 1, 36 | the Holy Scriptures, or any part of them, but puts such 32 1, 36 | it is quite clear that in any particular case the man 33 1, 36 | commits an injustice; and if any man thinks that a lie is 34 1, 36 | astray, but not through any falsehood in Scripture. 35 1, 38 | however high the value any man may set upon it when 36 2, 1 | those which, apart from any intention or desire of using 37 2, 1 | fire. For it is not from any intention of making it a 38 2, 2 | their thoughts. Nor is there any reason for giving a sign 39 2, 2 | instinctively and apart from any purpose, or whether they 40 2, 6 | why is it, I ask, that if any one says that there are 41 2, 6 | answer. Nobody, however, has any doubt about the facts, both 42 2, 7 | or with a view to avoid any of the annoyances which 43 2, 11 | emotion of the mind than any part of a thought we have 44 2, 11 | and who thought he had any knowledge, were it ever 45 2, 12 | apostle, when he says, "If by any means I may provoke to emulation 46 2, 12 | hardly find it written in any other way. And yet the meaning 47 2, 13 | into the Latin idiom by any one who wished to hold by 48 2, 13 | predecessors who spoke with any authority followed. For 49 2, 13 | who is beseeching God, in any way at all that he can get 50 2, 13 | another language than that any deeper meaning is intended. 51 2, 13 | than men 1 Cor.1:25 ). If any one should retain in this 52 2, 15 | found in the manuscript of any one of them that was not 53 2, 15 | be right or becoming for any one man, whatever his experience, 54 2, 15 | New Testament, again, if any perplexity arises from the 55 2, 16 | again, if ignorance of any of them should chance to 56 2, 16 | of those books, would, if any one could interpret them, 57 2, 16 | by, and not partaking of, any delight in time, that is, 58 2, 16 | discuss, whether there is any musical law that compels 59 2, 16 | of the law (and if again any question is raised about 60 2, 17 | these, and I doubt whether any one can be found among them 61 2, 17 | that number to the eyes of any of the citizens, but because 62 2, 20 | that are to be observed if any part of the body should 63 2, 20 | house; to go back to bed if any one should sneeze when you 64 2, 21 | miserable bondage. For when any freeman goes to an astrologer 65 2, 21 | before him, and could not by any law transfer to her heirs 66 2, 21 | or not held in honour of any of the dead of former times, 67 2, 21 | and from this instance any one who cares can easily 68 2, 21 | distinguished and varied. And when any one is born, it is easy 69 2, 22 | those at least who have any sort of acquaintance with 70 2, 22 | two could not be marked in any way that would not give 71 2, 23 | things that are born, or in any other way come into existence 72 2, 24 | its signification; and so, any one who knows both languages 73 2, 25 | this, because even now, if any one who is unaccustomed 74 2, 25 | to inquire in regard to any of them, for what reason, 75 2, 25 | the Christian is not by any means to neglect, but on 76 2, 29 | that is tied or fixed in any way to the body to cure 77 2, 29 | with the design of drawing any information from them as 78 2, 29 | today, what her age was any number of years ago, or 79 2, 29 | or what will be her age any number of years hence, in 80 2, 30 | no man who is skilled in any of these arts moves his 81 2, 30 | arts moves his limbs in any operation without connecting 82 2, 32 | anything that he himself or any other man has ordained; 83 2, 35 | what cannot be true under any circumstances; but he who 84 2, 37 | and one cannot walk in any other way; but men find 85 2, 38 | pronounced it short, it is not in any man's power to determine 86 2, 38 | they are not the double of any number because odd numbers 87 2, 38 | learned, but wise he cannot in any sense be deemed. ~ 88 2, 39 | among them. And if they find any of those which have been 89 2, 39 | regard to other matters, if any competent man were willing 90 2, 40 | say without prejudice to any other interpretation that 91 3, 2 | the sentence according to any method we choose of those 92 3, 3 | that God will not bring any charges against His elect, 93 3, 3 | saying of Nathanael's, "Can any good thing come out of Nazareth?" 94 3, 4 | had added "nostri", hardly any one would have doubted that 95 3, 4 | appearing in the Greek without any ambiguity. It is therefore 96 3, 4 | and very difficult to find any ambiguity in the case of 97 3, 6 | it is not recorded that any of the Gentile churches 98 3, 7 | And if ever any of them endeavoured to make 99 3, 7 | that I worship neither? For any statue you like to take 100 3, 9 | uses, or pays homage to, any significant object without 101 3, 9 | the Lord. And as soon as any one looks upon these observances 102 3, 12 | the daintiest food without any sin of epicurism or gluttony, 103 3, 12 | eagerness of appetite. And any sane man would prefer eating 104 3, 14 | I cannot be altered by any diversity of national customs. 105 3, 20 | been under the influence of any such passion, they could 106 3, 24 | therefore, in regard to any expression that we are trying 107 3, 25 | not to suppose there is any rule that what a thing signifies 108 3, 26 | indicate a protection of any kind, we must take it as 109 3, 27 | passages of Scripture that any of the interpretations put 110 3, 30 | obscure passages without using any of his rules; finding, indeed, 111 3, 34 | and Egypt, and Assyria, or any other nation you choose 112 3, 34 | and what generally, in any given Imperial command. 113 3, 35 | seven, or ten, or twelve, or any of the other numbers which 114 3, 37 | comprehended in its full extent by any one. For, wherever one thing 115 4, 1 | that they need not look for any such from me. Not that I 116 4, 1 | learnt elsewhere; and if any good man should happen to 117 4, 1 | them either in this work or any other. ~ 118 4, 3 | not shrink from sayings any one who cannot learn this 119 4, 3 | who are not yet engaged in any occupation of more urgent 120 4, 3 | think there are scarcely any who can do both things that 121 4, 3 | eloquent without being taught any art of speech, simply by 122 4, 3 | without knowing the names of any of the faults, they will, 123 4, 3 | faulty in the speech of any one they listen to, and 124 4, 6 | have been properly said in any other way. For as there 125 4, 6 | itself would be unsuitable in any other, for it is in keeping 126 4, 7 | given unto us"? Now were any man unlearnedly learned ( 127 4, 7 | Howbeit, whereinsoever any is bold (I speak foolishly), 128 4, 7 | Howbeit, whereinsoever any is bold (I speak foolishly), 129 4, 7 | gone too far, than that any of the studious would think 130 4, 7 | knowledge," we could not in any way have put another meaning 131 4, 7 | to express themselves in any respect differently those 132 4, 7 | period of two members; in any case, it is a touch of marvelous 133 4, 7 | reader, it is useless to tell any one who does not himself 134 4, 8 | understanding, we are not by any means to suppose that it 135 4, 10 | public: for in conversation any one has the power of asking 136 4, 12 | by putting his thought in any shape no matter what, but 137 4, 13 | discourse, without deriving any profit from it. For what 138 4, 16 | Now if any one says that we need not 139 4, 16 | think? Does the apostle in any way contradict himself, 140 4, 17 | good, should not despise any of those three objects, 141 4, 18 | money?), he says: "Dare any of you, having a matter 142 4, 19 | whether they be demons or any created being whatever, 143 4, 20 | I know, however, that if any one who is skilled in this 144 4, 20 | men are not defective in any of those points which he 145 4, 20 | ornament, makes it seize upon any beauty of expression that 146 4, 20 | all things? Who shall lay any thing to the charge of Gods 147 4, 20 | nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be 148 4, 20 | withstanding the absence of any ornaments such as appear 149 4, 21 | purity of her affection with any dross of hypocrisy; serious 150 4, 21 | ought to be. To prevail on any one to take a step of such 151 4, 23 | where it is necessary that any particular style should 152 4, 23 | blame is to be given without any ulterior reference to the 153 4, 23 | condemnation or acquittal of any one, or to obtaining the 154 4, 23 | obtaining the concurrence of any one in a course of action. 155 4, 25 | hearer, or to persuade him to any course of action, but merely 156 4, 26 | necessary to be fulfilled by any one who wishes to speak 157 4, 26 | are very sure"? And when any one narrates a story, even 158 4, 27 | believers obey the voice, not of any man, but of the Lord Himself, 159 4, 28 | even vehemently, without any breach of modesty, because


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