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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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    Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| And if, after all, men should still be found to make objections, 2 pref, 0| very obscure star, and I should point it out with my finger: 3 pref, 0| think it right that they should for that reason be held 4 1, 11 | But of this we should have been wholly incapable, 5 1, 11 | also the way by which we should reach our home. ~ 6 1, 17 | down as the way by which we should return, do that would be 7 1, 18 | Church, that whatsoever it should bind on earth might be bound 8 1, 18 | heaven, and whatsoever it should loose on earth might be 9 1, 18 | whosoever in the Church should not believe that his sins 10 1, 18 | sins are remitted, they should not be remitted to him; 11 1, 18 | him; but that whosoever should believe, and should repent, 12 1, 18 | whosoever should believe, and should repent, and turn from his 13 1, 18 | and turn from his sins, should be saved by the same faith 14 1, 22 | urge upon him that he too should love God with his whole 15 1, 23 | For it is not just that it should desire what is beneath it 16 1, 24 | desires that what it loves should be subject to the higher 17 1, 26 | a command that every man should love himself and his own 18 1, 29 | desire, however, that they should all join with us in loving 19 1, 29 | them or accept from them should tend to that one end. For 20 1, 32 | highest reward, that we should fully enjoy Him, and that 21 1, 32 | and that all who enjoy Him should enjoy one another in Him. ~ 22 1, 33 | chap. 33. In what way man should be enjoyed~ 23 1, 33 | to worship him, that he should rather worship Him who is 24 1, 33 | matter of course that it should bring delight with it. And 25 1, 34 | essential it is that nothing should detain us on the way, when 26 1, 35 | this is the sum: that we should clearly understand that 27 1, 35 | a command that each man should love himself. The whole 28 1, 36 | The interpreter, however should be corrected~ 29 1, 36 | the man to whom he lies should place confidence in him; 30 1, 37 | with himself. And if he should once permit that evil to 31 2, 7 | it is necessary that we should be led by the fear of God 32 2, 7 | our love for ourselves, should have reference to God. And 33 2, 7 | necessary, then, that each man should first of all find in the 34 2, 9 | chap. 9. How we should proceed in studying Scripture~ 35 2, 13 | word ignoscere (to pardon) should be pronounced with the third 36 2, 13 | man would prefer that this should be corrected, and that we 37 2, 13 | be corrected, and that we should say, not fliriet, but florebit. 38 2, 13 | 1 Cor.1:25 ). If any one should retain in this passage the 39 2, 14 | that the uncorrected ones should give way to the corrected, 40 2, 16 | ignorance of any of them should chance to bring the reader 41 2, 16 | Lord's command, that we should be wise as serpents; that 42 2, 16 | head, which is Christ, we should willingly offer our body 43 2, 16 | lest the Christian faith should, as it were, be destroyed 44 2, 17 | beautiful statues, they should select and purchase from 45 2, 20 | if any part of the body should jump, or if, when friends 46 2, 20 | stone, or a dog, or a boy, should come between them. And the 47 2, 20 | go back to bed if any one should sneeze when you are putting 48 2, 23 | Even if what they tell you should come to pass, hearken not 49 2, 23 | and I would not that ye should have fellowship with devils." 50 2, 25 | among themselves that they should be in force, are human institutions; 51 2, 25 | neglect, but on the contrary should pay a sufficient degree 52 2, 35 | that is no reason why it should be false, for example, that 53 2, 36 | than arranged that they should be so. ~ 54 2, 37 | to give rules for walking should warn you not to lift the 55 2, 37 | the front one, and then should describe minutely the way 56 2, 39 | above-mentioned studies attention should be given, and in what spirit~ 57 3, 2 | is uncertain whether we should read, "ex duobus concupiscentiam 58 3, 2 | It is doubtful whether we should read, mundemus nos ab omni 59 3, 3 | to the reader whether he should take the word "os" as short 60 3, 3 | praedico the middle syllable should be pronounced long or short. 61 3, 3 | is, it is clear that it should be pronounced long; for 62 3, 7 | But the command is that we should love and serve the One God, 63 3, 14 | Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so 64 3, 16 | figure, enjoining that we should have a share in the sufferings 65 3, 16 | of our Lord, and that we should retain a sweet and profitable 66 3, 21 | given orders that his son should not be slain if he were 67 3, 21 | man, he commanded that he should be put to death, and the 68 3, 27 | made provision that it should occur to him, seeing that 69 3, 30 | known and duly applied, we should be able to interpret all 70 3, 34 | intending that by species should be understood a part, by 71 3, 37 | the intention that another should be understood we have a 72 4, 1 | elsewhere; and if any good man should happen to have leisure for 73 4, 3 | It is enough that boys should give attention to it; and 74 4, 3 | those who do speak, why should not men become eloquent 75 4, 5 | that the art of rhetoric should be taught: for they confess 76 4, 7 | magniloquently. And I fear lest I too should smack of that puffery while 77 4, 7 | is right the voluptuaries should hear, "Ye who chant to the 78 4, 7 | is it wonderful that they should be found in the messengers 79 4, 8 | or that if what they say should not be very easily or quickly 80 4, 9 | expound them; and these should never be brought before 81 4, 9 | our hearer or companion should have an earnest desire to 82 4, 9 | to learn the truth, and should have capacity of mind to 83 4, 10 | used in the singular; why should a teacher of godliness who 84 4, 12 | the purpose of teaching should not suppose that he has 85 4, 12 | that the style of speech should make the truth pleasing, 86 4, 12 | pleasing, or that the style should of itself give pleasure; 87 4, 14 | that with us the priest should applaud the false prophet, 88 4, 14 | prophet, and that God's people should love to have it so. God 89 4, 14 | say, that with us there should be such terrible madness! 90 4, 14 | even though what is said should be less intelligible, less 91 4, 15 | 15. The Christian teacher should pray before preaching~ 92 4, 15 | both to know and to teach should learn all that is to be 93 4, 16 | direct men how or what they should teach, since the Holy Spirit 94 4, 16 | or that the Apostle Paul should not have given directions 95 4, 16 | Titus as to how or what they should teach others. And these 96 4, 16 | directions how and what they should teach? Or are we to understand, 97 4, 17 | enforcing what is good, should not despise any of those 98 4, 17 | pleasure, or to move, and should pray and strive, as we have 99 4, 17 | following three directions should subserve: "He, then, shall 100 4, 18 | amount be great or small, should not seem unimportant. For 101 4, 18 | this saying as his text, he should think his subject very unimportant, 102 4, 20 | cannot disannul, that it should make the promise of none 103 4, 20 | transgressions, till the seed should come to whom the promise 104 4, 20 | life, verily righteousness should have been by the law. But 105 4, 20 | suggest themselves, lest these should cast doubt or discredit 106 4, 20 | objection that might be urged should be stated and refuted, lest 107 4, 20 | answer it, or lest, if it should occur to a man who is present 108 4, 20 | object that warmth of feeling should suggest the fitting words; 109 4, 20 | consolations of God's grace, we should bear with patience all the 110 4, 20 | persecutions of this world should be overcome by charity, 111 4, 21 | offered in remembrance of Him should be mixed with wine. For, 112 4, 21 | Lord Jesus, when crucified, should abolish in His flesh the 113 4, 21 | with the Spirit of God, should burn up all the sins of 114 4, 21 | requires that the mind should be excited and set on fire 115 4, 21 | says: "Suppose a painter should depict in colours that rival 116 4, 21 | consummate art, another painter should put his hand over it, as 117 4, 22 | every variety of style should be introduced so far as 118 4, 22 | not to be unvaried, but should alternate at intervals with 119 4, 23 | How the various styles should be mingled~ 120 4, 23 | to determine what style should be alternated with what 121 4, 23 | that any particular style should be used. In the majestic 122 4, 23 | desirable that the introduction should be temperate. And the speaker 123 4, 26 | In every style the orator should aim at perspicuity, beauty, 124 4, 26 | encomiums and censures it should aim at inducing the hearer 125 4, 28 | fact, and that a teacher should govern his words, not let 126 4, 28 | lest the cross of Christ should be made of none effect." 127 4, 28 | your mode of expression should be preferred to that of 128 4, 28 | both eloquently and wisely should speak wisely without eloquence, 129 4, 30 | chap. 30. The preacher should commence his discourse with


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