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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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1 pref, 0| that they may profit not only from reading the works of 2 pref, 0| for instruction, and not only received the sacraments 3 pref, 0| if I likewise teach not only what they understand, but 4 1, arg | which use and enjoy. The only object which ought to be 5 1, 1 | loaves in the miracle were only five and seven in number 6 1, 5 | the Son: but the Father is only Father, the Son is only 7 1, 5 | only Father, the Son is only Son, and the Holy Spirit 8 1, 5 | and the Holy Spirit is only Holy Spirit. To all three 9 1, 8 | think of Him as living, they only can form any conception 10 1, 15 | as right to be done, not only without a murmur, but even 11 1, 22 | these things, then, those only are the true objects of 12 1, 23 | to be loved, but those only which are either united 13 1, 23 | which is properly due to God only. Now such love of itself 14 1, 26 | and their own bodies), it only remained necessary to lay 15 1, 27 | body cannot; for the body only lives through the soul, 16 1, 31 | when we say that we enjoy only that which we love for its 17 1, 32 | entirely to Him, and are good only so far as He has given it 18 1, 32 | own advantage, but to ours only; and, so far as He is concerned, 19 1, 32 | concerned, has reference only to His goodness. When we 20 1, 33 | added "in the Lord," but had only said, "Let me have joy of 21 1, 34 | For Christ, desiring not only to give the possession to 22 1, 35 | things by which we are borne only for the sake of that towards 23 1, 38 | the soul, which has its only true and sure resting-place 24 1, 39 | do not seek for what is only in part perfect of course, 25 2, arg | conventional signs (which are the only class here noticed), words 26 2, arg | The present book deals only with unknown signs, the 27 2, 3 | lyre frequently give not only a sweet but a significant 28 2, 4 | of having not their minds only, but their tongues besides, 29 2, 7 | appear clearer, and not only more tolerable, but even 30 2, 7 | delightful, still it is only through a glass darkly that 31 2, 12 | understanding of Scripture, if only readers were not careless. 32 2, 13 | much as the words. For not only single words, but often 33 2, 13 | consequence to a man who only wishes to know the facts. 34 2, 13 | construction upon it. For not only is such a form of speech 35 2, 14 | comparison of their texts. Only all positive error must 36 2, 16 | doors of knowledge. And the only reason why we find it easy 37 2, 16 | about that number, we can only refer it to the Creator 38 2, 21 | handed down to distant ages, only that his ancestress Venus 39 2, 22 | kind (which, indeed, are only fit to be unlearnt again), 40 2, 23 | Devil their prince, strive only to shut and bar the door 41 2, 23 | providence, if there chance only to be something unusual 42 2, 26 | enervate us by luxury, if they only occupy our minds so far 43 2, 28 | which, for our sakes, the only begotten Son of God, by 44 2, 29 | of the genethliaci, but only as to the motions of the 45 2, 31 | that come up in Scripture, only in the use of it we must 46 2, 31 | true, as to deceive not only dull people, but clever 47 2, 31 | intended to entrap, but only aims at verbal ornamentation 48 2, 31 | conclusions may be drawn not only from true but from false 49 2, 32 | sequence is not devised but only observed by man~ 50 2, 32 | not himself make it so, he only points out that it is so. 51 2, 32 | is not made by man, but only pointed out by him. And 52 2, 34 | better than the man who only knows that it follows that 53 2, 37 | of the meaning, provided only that men do not fall into 54 2, 38 | numbers not created, but only discovered, by man~ 55 2, 39 | Scripture, taking up these only, and committing his account 56 2, 39 | those numbers, and those only, which are mentioned in 57 2, 40 | with our faith, we are not only not to shrink from it, but 58 2, 40 | as the Egyptians had not only the idols and heavy burdens 59 2, 40 | heathen learning have not only false and superstitious 60 2, 42 | else, but can be learnt only in the wonderful sublimity 61 3, 2 | makes the apostle seem not only in a strait betwixt two, 62 3, 3 | out of Nazareth" is the only part that belongs to the 63 3, 3 | kingdom of God." Now if he had only said, "Of the which I tell 64 3, 4 | And not only these, but also those ambiguities 65 3, 7 | out that their idols were only signs, yet still they used 66 3, 7 | be considered a god, but only as representing the wide 67 3, 8 | to useless signs, it not only freed from their slavery 68 3, 9 | under the yoke of bondage only to insert it in the coils 69 3, 11 | the affections and lusts." Only that, even in these instances, 70 3, 12 | Those things, again, whether only sayings or whether actual 71 3, 12 | narrated we are to take not only in its historical and literal, 72 3, 12 | use of them; for lust not only abuses to wicked ends the 73 3, 14 | did not perceive, to take only one example, that the precept, " 74 3, 17 | the medicine may act not only upon the state of health 75 3, 18 | man uses food and drink only for the sake of bodily health, 76 3, 18 | bodily health, used marriage only for the sake of offspring. 77 3, 19 | in regard to one wife not only exceed the measure necessary 78 3, 21 | and unnatural son, he not only bore with him in his mad 79 3, 21 | parable it was the adultery only that was indicated by the 80 3, 21 | abode with him, but was only a passing guest. On this 81 3, 22 | to be taken not literally only, but figuratively as well, 82 3, 25 | contrary, or things that are only different. They signify 83 3, 25 | their signification, because only plain instances ought to 84 3, 25 | taken, not in opposite, but only in different significations: 85 3, 25 | of them denotes not two only but sometimes even several 86 3, 26 | assign faith to the shield only; for we read in another 87 3, 29 | we find in Scripture not only examples (which we have 88 3, 30 | be read with caution, not only on account of the errors 89 3, 33 | the behalf of Christ, not only to believe on Him, but also 90 3, 34 | or tribe, or kingdom. Not only, for example, about Jerusalem, 91 3, 34 | not the whole world, but only a part of it, things are 92 3, 34 | beyond him, and which are only properly understood when 93 3, 34 | Testament, to which pertain not only the remnant of that one 94 3, 35 | when, in the presence of only three of His disciples, 95 3, 35 | after six days," counted only the whole unbroken days 96 3, 37 | his body is made up not only of those who are manifestly 97 3, 37 | ought to be counselled not only to make themselves acquainted 98 4, 1 | of the subject, I shall only say a few things about the 99 4, 3 | fit and proper age. But only by those who can learn them 100 4, 3 | usefulness in the Church, but only those who are not yet engaged 101 4, 5 | man desire to speak not only with wisdom, but with eloquence 102 4, 5 | accustomed to speak, not only with eloquence, but with 103 4, 5 | the Holy Scriptures, not only with wisdom, but with eloquence 104 4, 6 | are to be considered wise only, or eloquent as well. A 105 4, 6 | writers, it seems to me not only that nothing can be wiser, 106 4, 6 | our understandings, not only by the discovery of truth. 107 4, 7 | explain the matter, but only to commend the style. And 108 4, 7 | canonical writers are not only wise but eloquent also, 109 4, 9 | before the people at all, or only on rare occasions when there 110 4, 9 | argument it may cost us. Only two conditions are to be 111 4, 10 | plural which in Latin is only used in the singular; why 112 4, 10 | that are not quite pure, if only the substance of his thought 113 4, 10 | our being understood, not only in conversations, whether 114 4, 10 | gracefully written are often not only read with delight by those 115 4, 13 | his consent, when it is only for the sake of securing 116 4, 13 | practical truth, must not only teach so as to give instruction, 117 4, 14 | here spoken of, that not only is it not our duty to do, 118 4, 16 | of advantage to the soul only when God works to make them 119 4, 18 | ecclesiastical questions, the only ones that an address such 120 4, 18 | judgment upon anything, but only to give him pleasure, occupy 121 4, 20 | duty of the teacher not only to interpret what is obscure, 122 4, 20 | in a good thing, and not only when I am preset with you. 123 4, 21 | them thoroughly, must not only read and hear them, but 124 4, 21 | Lord ought to contain water only, or water mingled with wine. 125 4, 21 | circumstances in detail, as it is only necessary to observe this 126 4, 21 | finish your course with joy; only be mindful of us when your 127 4, 21 | was a virgin not in body only, but also in mind; not mingling 128 4, 21 | She is accustomed to visit only those haunts of men that 129 4, 24 | some, that they are not only pleased with the eloquence 130 4, 26 | style, to endeavour not only to be clear and intelligible, 131 4, 28 | secure compliance, speak not only quietly and temperately, 132 4, 29 | life be such as shall not only secure a reward for himself, 133 4, 31 | for his own instruction only, but for that of others


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