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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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    Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| and there hear unspeakable words, such as it is not lawful 2 pref, 0| sat with him, and in human words, and with a human tongue, 3 pref, 0| audience pronounces aloud the words he sees before him: he who 4 pref, 0| one who reads aloud the words before him. On the other 5 1, arg | Scripture. After adding a few words about hope, he shows, in 6 1, 2 | except as signs: for example, words. No one uses words except 7 1, 2 | example, words. No one uses words except as signs of something 8 1, 6 | curious contradiction of words, because if the unspeakable 9 1, 6 | And this opposition of words is rather to be avoided 10 1, 6 | through the medium of our own words to rejoice in His praise. 11 1, 32 | the fullest sense of the words, "I AM THAT I AM," and " 12 2, arg | only class here noticed), words are the most numerous and 13 2, arg | necessary as knowledge of words; and the various sciences 14 2, 3 | chap. 3. Among signs, words hold the chief place~ 15 2, 3 | it were a kind of visible words. The signs that address 16 2, 3 | the most part consist of words. For though the bugle and 17 2, 3 | in number compared with words. For among men words have 18 2, 3 | with words. For among men words have obtained far and away 19 2, 3 | their thoughts consist of words. For I have been able to 20 2, 3 | have been able to put into words all those signs, the various 21 2, 3 | could by no effort express words in terms of those signs. ~ 22 2, 4 | But because words pass away as soon as they 23 2, 4 | letters formed signs of words. Thus the sounds of the 24 2, 11 | indeed, we often find Hebrew words untranslated in the books, 25 2, 11 | some languages there are words that cannot be translated 26 2, 11 | interjections, which are words that express rather an emotion 27 2, 11 | not for the sake of a few words like these which it is very 28 2, 12 | Errors arising from ambiguous words~ 29 2, 12 | more likely sense of the words suggests itself, viz., that 30 2, 12 | it is made evident by the words that follow. For "the plantings 31 2, 13 | sense quite as much as the words. For not only single words, 32 2, 13 | words. For not only single words, but often whole phrases 33 2, 13 | else than the putting of words together according to a 34 2, 13 | all that he can get the words out, to pardon his sins. 35 2, 14 | How the meaning of unknown words and idioms is to be discovered~ 36 2, 14 | of which, as far as the words are concerned, there are 37 2, 14 | If, however, there are words or idioms in our own tongue 38 2, 14 | memory than those kinds of words and phrases whose meaning 39 2, 15 | for it keeps closer to the words without prejudice to clearness 40 2, 15 | was not found in the same words and in the same order of 41 2, 15 | and in the same order of words in all the rest, who dares 42 2, 15 | kept most closely to the words, is often not without value 43 2, 16 | by explaining all these words without reference to their 44 2, 31 | one that showeth wisdom in words, and is hated;" although, 45 2, 39 | have done in regard to all words and names found in Scripture, 46 3, arg | doubtful signification of the words, and is to be resolved by 47 3, 1 | to be stopped by unknown words and forms of speech, and 48 3, 1 | Scripture lies either in proper words or in metaphorical, classes 49 3, 2 | But when proper words make Scripture ambiguous, 50 3, 4 | would have followed the words less literally, but there 51 3, 4 | ambiguity in the case of proper words, as far at least as Holy 52 3, 5 | ambiguities of metaphorical words, about which I am next to 53 3, 5 | letter takes figurative words as if they were proper, 54 3, 11 | in these instances, some words are used figuratively, as 55 3, 25 | shown to be figurative, the words in which it is expressed 56 3, 26 | way of understanding the words addressed to God, "Take 57 3, 27 | interpretations are put upon the same words of Scripture, even though 58 3, 27 | interpretations put on the words is in harmony with the truth. 59 3, 27 | different meaning from the words, but one that is not opposed 60 3, 27 | very meaning lay in the words which we are trying to interpret; 61 3, 27 | through him spake these words, foresaw that this interpretation 62 3, 27 | Scriptures than that the same words might be understood in several 63 3, 29 | the opposite of what the words convey; but either the words 64 3, 29 | words convey; but either the words in which it is expressed 65 3, 29 | There is plenty;" or we add words that make it plain we mean 66 3, 29 | Scripture; because when the words taken literally give an 67 3, 32 | turned back." Now these words refer to a set of persons 68 3, 34 | species. And hence these words have come to be commonly 69 3, 34 | possible, however, that these words may refer to the land of 70 3, 36 | inconsistent with the previous words, in their families, after 71 3, 37 | as in the case of proper words which I discussed above, 72 3, 37 | in the case of figurative words, in which one thing is expressed 73 3, 37 | signs, so far as relates to words, I have now said enough. 74 4, 3 | habit in the use of many words and many ornaments of speech, 75 4, 3 | speak except by learning words and phrases from those who 76 4, 5 | they read to remember the words, but are careless about 77 4, 5 | not so retentive of the words, but see with the eyes of 78 4, 5 | he wishes, can repeat the words, and at the same time correctly 79 4, 5 | to retain in memory the words of Scripture. For the more 80 4, 5 | what he says in his own words he may prove by the words 81 4, 5 | words he may prove by the words of Scripture; and he himself, 82 4, 5 | small and weak in his own words, may gain strength and power 83 4, 6 | these divine and wholesome words was a necessary element 84 4, 6 | spoken of are such, that the words in which they are put seem 85 4, 7 | scala (a ladder), when the words and ideas have a connection 86 4, 7 | wisdom there is in these words. And even a man sound asleep 87 4, 7 | the Philistine." Then the words joined to these places are 88 4, 7 | more elegance we hold the words, "and they were not grieved," 89 4, 10 | who teaches will avoid all words that do not teach; and if 90 4, 10 | instead of them he can find words which are at once pure and 91 4, 10 | because there are no such words, or because they do not 92 4, 10 | occur to him, he will use words that are not quite pure, 93 4, 10 | by men who are repeating words prepared beforehand and 94 4, 11 | good intellects not to love words, but the truth in words. 95 4, 11 | words, but the truth in words. For of what service is 96 4, 14 | frothy mass of ornamental words, such as would not be graceful 97 4, 16 | Hold fast the form of sound words,; which thou hast heard 98 4, 20 | states the reason in these words: "For if there had been 99 4, 20 | In the following words of the apostle we have the 100 4, 20 | retain even the order of the words. And how this sounds in 101 4, 20 | us in the same order of words does not run very harmoniously 102 4, 20 | easily do by changing some words for words of equivalent 103 4, 20 | changing some words for words of equivalent meaning, or 104 4, 20 | meaning, or by retaining the words he finds and altering their 105 4, 20 | accurate rendering of the words, he has not preserved these 106 4, 20 | should suggest the fitting words; they need not be selected 107 4, 20 | anything here of contrasted words arranged antithetically, 108 4, 20 | arranged antithetically, or of words rising gradually to a climax, 109 4, 21 | disposition; sparing of words; delighting in study; not 110 4, 21 | eyes, nothing bold in her words, nothing wanton in her gestures: 111 4, 21 | as to bring to nought the words of thy Lord? With rash and 112 4, 28 | is meant by strife about words~ 113 4, 28 | by matter rather than by words; thinks that a thing is 114 4, 28 | teacher should govern his words, not let the words govern 115 4, 28 | govern his words, not let the words govern him. This is what 116 4, 28 | says: "Not with wisdom of words, lest the cross of Christ 117 4, 28 | that they strive not about words to no profit, but to the 118 4, 28 | gainsayers?" To strive about words is not to be careful about 119 4, 28 | who does not strive about words, whether he speak quietly, 120 4, 28 | temperately, or vehemently, uses words with no other purpose than 121 4, 28 | teach in fit and proper words, words which in the subdued 122 4, 28 | in fit and proper words, words which in the subdued style 123 4, 29 | men to be alarmed by the words of Jeremiah the prophet, 124 4, 29 | denounces those who steal His words every one from his neighbour. 125 4, 29 | badly, who really takes the words that belong to another. 126 4, 29 | said that they steal His words who would appear good by 127 4, 29 | appear good by speaking God's words, but are in fact bad, as 128 4, 29 | For how can they say in words what they deny in deeds? 129 4, 30 | that God would put fit words into her mouth, how much 130 4, 30 | hand are both we and our words." ~


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