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1 pref, 0| There are some, then, likely to object to this 2 pref, 0| from a human teacher. Now, then, suppose we advise all our 3 pref, 0| the exchangers." Seeing, then, that these men teach others, 4 1, arg | for our own advantage. He then goes on to show that love 5 1, 1 | given." I He will give, then, to those who have; that 6 1, 3 | There are some things, then, which are to be enjoyed, 7 1, 4 | called an abuse. Suppose, then, we were wanderers in a 8 1, 5 | true objects of enjoyment, then, are the Father and the 9 1, 8 | quickened and animated by it. Then, when they go on to look 10 1, 12 | Not then in the sense of traversing 11 1, 12 | wisdom knew not God. Why then did He come, seeing that 12 1, 14 | medicine both in one. Seeing, then, that man fell through pride, 13 1, 15 | again. With what assurance, then, is the hope of believers 14 1, 16 | called His spouse. His body, then, which has many members, 15 1, 22 | Among all these things, then, those only are the true 16 1, 22 | use him. It seems to me, then, that he is to be loved 17 1, 22 | loved for its own sake, then in the enjoyment of it consists 18 1, 22 | affections flows. Whoever, then, loves his neighbour aright, 19 1, 23 | attain the favour of God. As, then, there are four kinds of 20 1, 24 | No man, then, hates himself. On this 21 1, 24 | inveterate. The spirit, then, in subduing the flesh, 22 1, 26 | Seeing, then, that there is no need of 23 1, 30 | his neighbour." Whoever then supposes that the apostle 24 1, 31 | towards us. In what way then does He love us? As objects 25 1, 31 | goodness." He does not enjoy us then, but makes use of us. For 26 1, 32 | them to be so. That use, then, which God is said to make 27 1, 33 | us or for themselves; and then urge us thus refreshed to 28 1, 33 | happiness complete in it, then you may be truly and properly 29 1, 35 | Of all, then, that has been said since 30 1, 36 | Whoever, then, thinks that he understands 31 1, 36 | wishes to be deceived. Since, then, the man who knows practices 32 1, 36 | faith is unjust. Either, then, injustice is sometimes 33 1, 37 | statements are true and certain, then it follows that the meaning 34 1, 37 | Scripture begin to shake. And then, if faith totter, love itself 35 1, 37 | both believes and loves, then through good works, and 36 1, 40 | free from all hypocrisy, then we both abstain from loving 37 2, 2 | in his own mind. We wish, then, to consider and discuss 38 2, 3 | Of the signs, then, by which men communicate 39 2, 7 | First of all, then, it is necessary that we 40 2, 7 | things. It is necessary, then, that each man should first 41 2, 7 | neighbour as Scripture enjoins. Then that fear which leads him 42 2, 7 | endure that matchless light, then in the fifth step that is, 43 2, 7 | wisdom. From that beginning, then, till we reach wisdom itself, 44 2, 8 | of the sacred writings, then, will be he who in the first 45 2, 8 | Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi; then there are the four greater 46 2, 10 | called by that name; but then further by that ox understand 47 2, 13 | to pardon his sins. What then is purity of speech, except 48 2, 13 | Mistakes of this kind, then, if a man do not choose 49 2, 13 | meaning. It would be better then to say,"sapientius est quam 50 2, 16 | at the strait gate!" As, then, knowledge of the nature 51 2, 22 | professes to read the fates. If, then, he does not discover the 52 2, 23 | against our return. As, then, from the stars which God 53 2, 25 | of the Christian, we must then look at human institutions 54 2, 28 | Anything, then, that we learn from history 55 2, 31 | cunning and the other simple. Then the first speaker adds: " 56 2, 31 | first draws his conclusion: "Then you are not a man." Now 57 2, 31 | conclusions when he said, "Then is Christ not risen," and 58 2, 31 | not risen," and again, "Then is our preaching vain, and 59 2, 31 | dead. These inferences, then, being repudiated as false, 60 2, 31 | resurrection of the dead. As, then, valid conclusions may be 61 2, 32 | necessary consequence is, "Then Christ is not risen." But 62 2, 32 | resurrection of the dead, then is Christ not risen; but 63 2, 32 | of the dead. This rule, then, that when the consequent 64 2, 33 | voice. This being admitted, then, when it has been proved 65 2, 33 | and we admit its truth. Then he adds, "But he is not 66 2, 34 | resurrection of the dead, then is Christ not risen. ~ 67 2, 37 | down the front one, and then should describe minutely 68 2, 38 | numbers have no half. Whether, then, numbers are considered 69 2, 39 | What, then, some men have done in regard 70 2, 41 | edifieth? Let them remember, then, that those who celebrated 71 2, 41 | hear joy and gladness." Then he immediately adds, to 72 2, 42 | When, then, the reader is possessed 73 2, 42 | cannot puff him up, let him then approach the consideration 74 3, arg | be taken figuratively. He then goes on to lay down rules 75 3, arg | love of man. The author then proceeds to expound and 76 3, 2 | and the Word was God); and then to add: "hoc erat in principio 77 3, 2 | it is far better]. Why, then, is he in a strait betwixt 78 3, 3 | passage will be pronounced, then, in such a way that after 79 3, 3 | says, "What shall we say then? That the Gentiles which 80 3, 3 | inquiry, "What shall we say then?" what follows were given 81 3, 7 | What profit is it to me, then, that the image of Neptune 82 3, 7 | representations of gods. If, then, to take a sign which has 83 3, 10 | figurative. In the first place, then, we must show the way to 84 3, 13 | Whatever, then, is in accordance with the 85 3, 16 | enjoined. Do not doubt, then, that the expression is 86 3, 19 | rocks of crime. Let them, then, learn how trying and difficult 87 3, 31 | is said to believers, "Ye then are Abraham's seed," when 88 3, 33 | suffer for His sake." Who, then, can doubt that each of 89 3, 34 | the genus, the reader must then be carefully on his guard 90 3, 34 | you into your own land. Then will I sprinkle clean water 91 3, 36 | last time." The very time then when the gospel is preached, 92 4, 1 | known the meaning." As, then, I have already said a great 93 4, 1 | In the first place, then, I wish by this preamble 94 4, 2 | think this wisdom? Since, then, the faculty of eloquence 95 4, 4 | It is the duty, then, of the interpreter and 96 4, 5 | is of service never." If, then, the men who teach the principles 97 4, 6 | though their eloquence is then less apparent, I have no 98 4, 7 | and experience, hope." Then the period which is subjoined 99 4, 7 | the art of elocution. As then I do not affirm that the 100 4, 7 | bring you into bondage." Then follow three sections (caesa): " 101 4, 7 | though we had been weak." Then is subjoined a period of 102 4, 7 | as a fool.) I am more." Then the next four sections are 103 4, 7 | forty stripes save one." Then he returns to sections, 104 4, 7 | knoweth that I lie not." And then he tells, very briefly the 105 4, 7 | I see, then, that I must say something 106 4, 7 | When, then, this rustic, or quondam 107 4, 7 | ye to Hamath the great; then go down to Gath of the Philistines, 108 4, 7 | ye to Hamath the great; then go down to Gath of the Philistines, 109 4, 7 | Gath of the Philistine." Then the words joined to these 110 4, 7 | And then the future captivity under 111 4, 7 | the seat of oppression." Then are subjoined the evils 112 4, 7 | sound of the viol;" and then, turning to others, he intimates 113 4, 7 | suspended on the voice, and then add, "for the affliction 114 4, 8 | expositors of these writers, then, ought not to express themselves 115 4, 12 | delight, and to persuade." Then he adds: "To teach is a 116 4, 12 | on the way we say it. He, then, who speaks with the purpose 117 4, 13 | practiced. The eloquent divine, then, when he is urging a practical 118 4, 14 | holy prophets. God forbid, then, God forbid that with us 119 4, 14 | great difficulty. He says, then, in one place, "Let us seek 120 4, 15 | in you." The Holy Spirit, then, speaks thus in those who 121 4, 16 | powers," and so on. What then are we to think? Does the 122 4, 17 | He then who, in speaking, aims at 123 4, 17 | directions should subserve: "He, then, shall be eloquent, who 124 4, 17 | one sentence thus: "He, then, shall be eloquent, who 125 4, 18 | much." That which is least, then, is very little; but to 126 4, 18 | pertain to this life? If, then, ye have judgments of things 127 4, 19 | are not willing, to do it, then great matters must be spoken 128 4, 19 | God Himself? Is nothing, then, to be learnt about Him? 129 4, 19 | or in preference to Him, then we ought to speak out with 130 4, 20 | inheritance by the law, why then was the law given? he himself 131 4, 20 | objection and asks, "Wherefore then serveth the law?" And the 132 4, 20 | has stated: "Is the law then against the promises of 133 4, 20 | that believe." It is part, then, of the duty of the teacher 134 4, 20 | together. For example: "Having then gifts, differing according 135 4, 20 | glorified. What shall we then say to these things? If 136 4, 20 | as Christ Jesus. Where is then the blessedness ye spake 137 4, 21 | have an expositor. Let us, then, study these various modes 138 4, 21 | to eat?' When the angel, then, stretched out his staff 139 4, 21 | justly roused. Dost thou, then, think that thou wilt carry 140 4, 21 | carefully-chosen colours, and then from stains on their features 141 4, 23 | In the majestic style, then, and in the quiet likewise, 142 4, 27 | The seat they occupied then, which was not theirs but 143 4, 28 | of the truth. For where, then, would be what he says when 144 4, 28 | speech. To speak eloquently, then, and wisely as well, is 145 4, 29 | deny Him." In one sense, then, they do say the things,


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