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St. Augustine
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1 pref | for the interpretation of Scripture is not a superfluous task ~ 2 pref, 0| for the interpretation of Scripture which I think might with 3 pref, 0| apply them and to interpret Scripture by them, they have failed 4 pref, 0| either really do understand Scripture well, or think they do, 5 pref, 0| clearing up the obscurities of Scripture could be better done by 6 pref, 0| meaning of obscure passages in Scripture, they may stand for those 7 pref, 0| understand and can explain Scripture without the aid of such 8 pref, 0| understands the obscurities of Scripture, though not instructed in 9 pref, 0| audience the passages of Scripture he understands is like one 10 1 | Subjects Treated in Holy Scripture~ 11 1, arg | expression, of the true sense of Scripture. He shows that to discover 12 1, arg | fulfilment and the end of all Scripture. After adding a few words 13 1, 1 | 1. The interpretation of Scripture depends on the discovery 14 1, 1 | which all interpretation of Scripture depends: the mode of ascertaining 15 1, 30 | to many passages of Holy Scripture. And on this ground even 16 1, 31 | For God loves us, and Holy Scripture frequently sets before us 17 1, 35 | The fulfilment and end of Scripture is the love of God and our 18 1, 35 | the Law, and of all Holy Scripture, is the love of an object 19 1, 36 | That interpretation of Scripture which builds us up in love 20 1, 36 | takes another meaning out of Scripture than the writer intended, 21 1, 36 | through any falsehood in Scripture. Nevertheless, as I was 22 1, 37 | to feel more angry with Scripture than he is with himself. 23 1, 37 | totter if the authority of Scripture begin to shake. And then, 24 1, 39 | faith hope and love, needs Scripture no longer~ 25 1, 40 | 40. What manner of reader Scripture demands~ 26 1, 40 | all his understanding of Scripture to bear upon these three 27 2, arg | which the interpreter of Scripture is chiefly concerned. The 28 2, arg | difficulties and obscurities of Scripture spring chiefly from two 29 2, arg | Hebrew languages, in which Scripture is written, by comparing 30 2, 5 | chap. 5. Scripture translated into various 31 2, 5 | happened that even Holy Scripture, which brings a remedy for 32 2, 6 | Use of the obscurities in Scripture which arise from its figurative 33 2, 7 | run in the face of Holy Scripture, whether when understood 34 2, 7 | love for his neighbour as Scripture enjoins. Then that fear 35 2, 7 | submit to the authority of Scripture, compel him to bewail his 36 2, 8 | Now the whole canon of Scripture on which we say this judgment 37 2, 9 | should proceed in studying Scripture~ 38 2, 9 | are plainly laid down in Scripture are to be found all matters 39 2, 9 | familiar with the language of Scripture, we may proceed to open 40 2, 10 | ambiguous signs prevent Scripture from being understood~ 41 2, 10 | preacher of the gospel, as Scripture signifies, according to 42 2, 11 | languages for the knowledge of Scripture, Hebrew and Greek, that 43 2, 12 | hinder the understanding of Scripture, if only readers were not 44 2, 14 | up on the study of Holy Scripture, are surprised at other 45 2, 14 | which they have learnt from Scripture, but which are not to be 46 2, 16 | in solving the enigmas of Scripture. And a number of men skilled 47 2, 16 | reference to their place in Scripture, and telling us what Adam 48 2, 16 | figurative expressions in Scripture become clear. ~ 49 2, 16 | frequently referred to in Scripture by way of comparison. The 50 2, 16 | upon many metaphors which Scripture is accustomed to draw from 51 2, 16 | things that are set down in Scripture in a figurative and mystical 52 2, 18 | the understanding of Holy Scripture; nor does it follow that 53 2, 27 | aid us in interpreting Scripture~ 54 2, 29 | solving the difficulties of Scripture, not that these objects 55 2, 29 | however, are mentioned in Scripture. And as the course of the 56 2, 29 | the interpretation of Holy Scripture, and by engaging the attention 57 2, 30 | wholly ignorant of what Scripture means to convey when it 58 2, 31 | questions that come up in Scripture, only in the use of it we 59 2, 31 | of ensnaring arguments, Scripture, as I judge, expresses detestation 60 2, 39 | words and names found in Scripture, in the Hebrew, and Syrian, 61 2, 39 | separately such as were left in Scripture without interpretation; 62 2, 39 | the questions arising in Scripture that require a knowledge 63 2, 39 | things that are mentioned in Scripture, taking up these only, and 64 2, 39 | which are mentioned in Holy Scripture, might be explained and 65 2, 39 | through the whole structure of Scripture, and on that account is 66 2, 41 | required for the study of Holy Scripture~ 67 2, 42 | chap. 42. Sacred Scripture compared with profane authors~ 68 2, 42 | with the knowledge of Holy Scripture. For whatever man may have 69 2, 42 | discussion of ambiguous signs in Scripture. And about these I shall 70 3, arg | attention of the student of Holy Scripture. ~ 71 3, 1 | seeks diligently in Holy Scripture for a knowledge of His will. 72 3, 1 | solution of the ambiguities of Scripture. And that he may not be 73 3, 1 | know, that the ambiguity of Scripture lies either in proper words 74 3, 2 | But when proper words make Scripture ambiguous, we must see in 75 3, 2 | the plainer passages of Scripture, and from the authority 76 3, 4 | as far at least as Holy Scripture is concerned, which neither 77 3, 5 | figurative expressions of Scripture in a literal sense~ 78 3, 8 | multitude of false gods, which Scripture frequently and justly speaks 79 3, 10 | it comes to pass, that if Scripture either enjoins what is opposed 80 3, 10 | expression is figurative. Now Scripture enjoins nothing except charity, 81 3, 10 | men think that whatever Scripture asserts contrary to this 82 3, 10 | must be figurative. Now Scripture asserts nothing but the 83 3, 11 | that is ascribed in Holy Scripture to God or His saints, avails 84 3, 12 | times did without lust, Scripture passes over without blame, 85 3, 16 | wounded and crucified for us. Scripture says: "If thine enemy hunger, 86 3, 17 | that the commands given in Scripture about loving and ruling 87 3, 21 | as a king. And about him Scripture is not silent, but accuses 88 3, 22 | Rule regarding passages of Scripture in which approval is expressed 89 3, 23 | there is hardly a page of Scripture on which it is not clearly 90 3, 27 | put upon the same words of Scripture, even though the meaning 91 3, 27 | shown from other passages of Scripture that any of the interpretations 92 3, 27 | of some other passage of Scripture. For the author perhaps 93 3, 28 | passage by other passages of Scripture than by reason~ 94 3, 28 | indubitable evidence from Scripture, it remains for us to make 95 3, 28 | walk by the light of Holy Scripture; so that when we wish to 96 3, 28 | every portion of the same Scripture. ~ 97 3, 29 | tropes recognize them in Scripture, and are very much assisted 98 3, 29 | of them in understanding Scripture. But this is not the place 99 3, 29 | figures of speech we find in Scripture not only examples (which 100 3, 29 | clearing up the difficulties of Scripture; because when the words 101 3, 30 | keys to open the secrets of Scripture. And of these rules, the 102 3, 30 | assistance in understanding Scripture), and that no more may be 103 3, 32 | to be on his guard when Scripture, although it has now come 104 3, 33 | diligent to discover in Scripture what escaped Tichonius, 105 3, 34 | referred to is found in Scripture, not in regard to a single 106 3, 34 | Babylon, are things said in Scripture whose significance oversteps 107 3, 34 | it exclusively. But when Scripture, having up to a certain 108 3, 34 | the clear apprehension of Scripture, as if we were enemies, 109 3, 35 | not expressly mentioned in Scripture. And he says that this rule 110 3, 35 | numbers legitimate which Holy Scripture more highly favours, such 111 3, 35 | which the diligent reader of Scripture soon comes to know. Now 112 3, 36 | discovered in difficult parts of Scripture. For certain occurrences 113 3, 36 | despised? And yet because Scripture says, "In that day," the 114 3, 36 | by that other passage of Scripture which even in the time of 115 3, 37 | His body, directs us, when Scripture speaks of one and the same 116 3, 37 | expression ordinarily used in Scripture, to observe them carefully, 117 4, arg | examples, selected both from Scripture and from early teachers 118 4, 1 | which all interpretation of Scripture depends: the mode of ascertaining 119 4, 4 | interpreter and teacher of Holy Scripture, the defender of the true 120 4, 5 | progress in the knowledge of Scripture; I do not mean by reading 121 4, 5 | heart into the heart of Scripture. Better than either of these, 122 4, 5 | retain in memory the words of Scripture. For the more he discerns 123 4, 5 | to draw on the riches of Scripture, so that what he says in 124 4, 5 | may prove by the words of Scripture; and he himself, though 125 4, 5 | profit. And, therefore, Scripture does not say that the multitude 126 4, 7 | to other passages of Holy Scripture. Suppose I had taken the 127 4, 20 | various styles drawn from Scripture~ 128 4, 20 | been by the law. But the Scripture has concluded all under 129 4, 21 | types and declarations of Scripture. For we find that in the


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