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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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    Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| every one of us learnt his own language by hearing it constantly 2 pref, 0| of the enemy and by our own perversity, we may even 3 pref, 0| hear the gospel from His own lips rather than from those 4 pref, 0| that this power is not his own, in the sense of originating 5 pref, 0| seeks God's glory, not his own. But reading and understanding, 6 pref, 0| consider anything as his own, except perhaps what is 7 1, arg | he uses us, but for our own advantage. He then goes 8 1, arg | the love of God for His own sake and the love of our 9 1, 1 | if I were counting on my own strength; but since my hope 10 1, 4 | satisfaction in it for its own sake. To use, on the other 11 1, 6 | through the medium of our own words to rejoice in His 12 1, 8 | except by going beyond their own nature; for they find nothing 13 1, 9 | preference to that which they own to be more excellent and 14 1, 11 | life in the form of our own humanity. Yet, since we 15 1, 13 | without being modified in its own nature by the change: so 16 1, 18 | faith in the results of his own repentance. ~ 17 1, 22 | be loved by man for his own sake, or for the sake of 18 1, 22 | something else. If it is for his own sake, we enjoy him; if it 19 1, 22 | thing is to be loved for its own sake, then in the enjoyment 20 1, 22 | love even himself for his own sake, but for the sake of 21 1, 22 | he loves himself for his own sake, he does not look at 22 1, 22 | love even yourself for your own sake, but for His in whom 23 1, 22 | itself by whose diversion its own volume would be diminished. ~ 24 1, 23 | to love himself and his own body~ 25 1, 23 | himself, and to love his own body. The soul which flies 26 1, 23 | over itself and over its own body; and so it cannot but 27 1, 23 | love both itself and its own body. ~ 28 1, 23 | itself will not obey its own superior; and most justly 29 1, 23 | loveth iniquity hateth his own soul." And accordingly the 30 1, 24 | chap. 24. No man hates his own flesh, not even those who 31 1, 24 | neither does any man hate his own body. For the apostle says 32 1, 24 | No man ever yet hated his own flesh." And when some people 33 1, 24 | spirit, make war upon their own body as if it were a natural 34 1, 24 | No man ever yet hated his own flesh." He adds too, "but 35 1, 26 | should love himself and his own body, seeing, that is, that 36 1, 26 | love themselves and their own bodies), it only remained 37 1, 27 | God is to be loved for His own sake. And if God is to be 38 1, 27 | another man better than our own body, because all things 39 1, 29 | favourite, not for their own sakes, but for the sake 40 1, 29 | love Him owe both their own existence and the love they 41 1, 30 | us pity on account of His own goodness, but we show pity 42 1, 31 | that which we love for its own sake, and that nothing is 43 1, 32 | us, has reference to His own goodness. For it is because 44 1, 32 | has no reference to His own advantage, but to ours only; 45 1, 32 | but somehow or other our own advantage follows by a sort 46 1, 37 | that, out of love for his own opinion, he begins to feel 47 2, 2 | giver of the sign has in his own mind. We wish, then, to 48 2, 6 | good men members of its own body; men who, as good and 49 2, 7 | anything we could devise by our own wisdom. ~ 50 2, 7 | God is to be loved for His own sake, and our neighbour 51 2, 12 | And do not despise thine own flesh." Each of these in 52 2, 12 | admonished not to despise his own body; and "the domestics 53 2, 13 | express, each according to his own ability and judgment, unless 54 2, 13 | things are kept in their own purity. For what is called 55 2, 14 | are words or idioms in our own tongue that we are unacquainted 56 2, 21 | more recent and nearer our own, the Romans made an attempt 57 2, 21 | and set in order after His own pleasure, and they have 58 2, 23 | drawn lying omens of their own fancy, so also from things 59 2, 23 | by conjectures of their own, and have committed them 60 2, 24 | of omens as they see his own conjectures and preconceptions 61 2, 25 | considered more peculiarly man's own and derived from himself 62 2, 27 | as arrangements of their own, but as the resell of investigation 63 2, 28 | what a great question our own Ambrose has set at rest! 64 2, 29 | information from them as to our own acts and fates, in the absurd 65 2, 33 | statement stands on its own merits; the validity of 66 2, 38 | though Virgil could at his own pleasure make the first 67 2, 40 | but to claim it for our own use from those who have 68 2, 40 | not doing this on their own authority, but by the command 69 3, 10 | moreover, has hope in his own conscience, so far as he 70 3, 10 | rather by reference to their own customs, it frequently happens 71 3, 10 | except what the men of his own country and time are accustomed 72 3, 10 | enjoyment of God for His own sake, and the enjoyment 73 3, 10 | towards corrupting one's own soul and body, is called 74 3, 10 | does with a view to one's own advantage is prudence; but 75 3, 12 | disgraceful outbreak, its own hideousness, which was concealed 76 3, 14 | modes of life than their own meet with the record of 77 3, 14 | not consider that their own customs either in regard 78 3, 14 | that every nation took its own custom for right; and that, 79 3, 14 | is willing to defile his own dwelling; he ought not, 80 3, 15 | laws of love to God for His own sake, and love to one's 81 3, 17 | must be cared for in its own state. ~ 82 3, 18 | body of one wife for its own sake. For in the former 83 3, 19 | measure others by their own standard. ~ 84 3, 20 | the necessities of their own times, and were not in bondage 85 3, 21 | seeing that it was not his own injuries but the sins of 86 3, 21 | death, not because of his own loss, but because he knew 87 3, 21 | him spared to take of his own flock, but set his poor 88 3, 23 | to vaunt himself in his own good deeds, and in comparison 89 3, 23 | and in comparison with his own righteousness, to despise 90 3, 33 | faith itself was so far our own that it did not come to 91 3, 34 | of Israel dwelt in their own land, they defiled it by 92 3, 34 | they defiled it by their own way, and by their doings: 93 3, 34 | will bring you into your own land. Then will I sprinkle 94 3, 34 | will bring you into your own land," and what he says 95 3, 34 | believed would be given in its own time was to them, on account 96 3, 34 | works, but according to His own purpose and grace, which 97 3, 34 | was to take place in its own time, and he himself speaks 98 3, 36 | not be said to have its own language if all had one 99 4, arg | life in harmony with his own teaching, and to show a 100 4, 5 | discerns the poverty of his own speech, the more he ought 101 4, 5 | that what he says in his own words he may prove by the 102 4, 5 | though small and weak in his own words, may gain strength 103 4, 6 | those men who cry up their own form of language as superior 104 4, 6 | eloquence peculiarly their own, they so use this eloquence 105 4, 7 | robbers, in perils by mine own countrymen, in perils by 106 4, 7 | robbers, in perils by mine own countrymen, in perils by 107 4, 9 | so to speak, draw their own readers, and if not understood, 108 4, 12 | men know, it is in their own hands either to do or not 109 4, 13 | it is demonstrated to his own confession, and clothed 110 4, 14 | same prophet compared His own word spoken through His 111 4, 20 | however (to speak of my own feeling, which is better 112 4, 20 | me), while I do not in my own speech, however modestly 113 4, 20 | For it is borne on by its own vehemence; and the force 114 4, 20 | He that spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up 115 4, 20 | would have plucked out your own eyes, and have given them 116 4, 21 | they have incurred their own! For the woman who desires 117 4, 21 | unquestionable than thine own, when thou art afraid to 118 4, 21 | the lie either in thine own consciousness or in that 119 4, 21 | evil promptress of thine own injury. For even the woman 120 4, 21 | intermingled with practice on his own part, become thoroughly 121 4, 22 | again, has varieties of its own which prevent the hearer' 122 4, 26 | subdued style, again, in its own naked simplicity, when it 123 4, 26 | and offers battle in its own naked simplicity, does not 124 4, 26 | the mere strength of its own right arm. How explain the 125 4, 27 | by those that seek their own, and not the things that 126 4, 27 | For though they seek their own objects, they do not dare 127 4, 27 | not dare to teach their own doctrines, sitting as they 128 4, 27 | And so they followed their own course in their lives, but 129 4, 27 | another, from preaching their own doctrines. ~ 130 4, 27 | seek an excuse for their own evil lives in comparing 131 4, 29 | to be the result of his own thought, and yet they have 132 4, 29 | bad, as they follow their own ways. And if you look closely 133 4, 29 | parties speak what is their own, for God is theirs, to whom 134 4, 29 | what they say make it their own by composing their lives 135 4, 31 | Christian doctrine, not for his own instruction only, but for


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