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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| with my finger: if they had not sight enough to see 2 pref, 0| And so both these classes had better give up blaming me, 3 pref, 0| warn every one who has not had a like experience that he 4 pref, 0| were heard and his alms had in remembrance, was yet 5 pref, 0| much more degraded if God had not chosen to make use of 6 pref, 0| why do we glory, as if we had not received it? ~ 7 1, 6 | what I have said, if it had been unspeakable, could 8 1, 11 | have been wholly incapable, had not Wisdom condescended 9 1, 12 | came to a place where He had always been, seeing that " 10 1, 12 | creature instead of the Creator had grown into the likeness 11 1, 15 | His life for us when He had it in His power thus to 12 1, 24 | any pain, and that they had as much sight left in one 13 1, 24 | in one as they formerly had in two, unless some object 14 1, 28 | you. For, suppose that you had a great deal of some commodity, 15 1, 28 | it away to somebody who had none, and that it could 16 1, 28 | themselves, neither of whom had either from need or relationship 17 1, 30 | for him. And the man who had asked the question admitted 18 1, 30 | behaved myself as though he had been my friend or brother." 19 1, 33 | in the Lord." For if he had not added "in the Lord," 20 1, 33 | added "in the Lord," but had only said, "Let me have 21 1, 34 | whom all things were made, had been made flesh that He 22 1, 34 | possession to those who had completed the journey, but 23 1, 34 | things which were before, had already passed over the 24 1, 34 | beginning of the way, and had now no further need of it; 25 1, 37 | follows that the meaning he had put upon the former passage 26 2, 6 | softened down, just as if they had been torn off and masticated 27 2, 11 | manuscript, and who thought he had any knowledge, were it ever 28 2, 12 | through emulation of those who had believed, some of them might 29 2, 15 | who worked in them and had given them all one voice, 30 2, 16 | man whose eyes our Lord had anointed with clay made 31 2, 16 | but yet if the evangelist had not interpreted that name, 32 2, 17 | three each. And the state had originally given the order 33 2, 17 | for three, not because it had seen them in visions, nor 34 2, 17 | visions, nor because they had presented themselves in 35 2, 20 | who told him that the mice had eaten his boots, replied, " 36 2, 20 | strange indeed if the boots had eaten the mice." ~ 37 2, 21 | that his ancestress Venus had given her name to this star 38 2, 21 | transfer to her heirs what she had never possessed, nor sought 39 2, 23 | them to writing, as if they had drawn them by rule. ~ 40 2, 24 | it was not because they had meaning that they were attended 41 2, 28 | into profane history he had discovered that Plato made 42 2, 31 | their faith in vain who had believed it. But all these 43 2, 39 | found that many things I had no notion of have been worked 44 2, 40 | it. For, as the Egyptians had not only the idols and heavy 45 2, 40 | faithful servant of God, Moses, had done the same thing; for 46 2, 40 | knowledge it held useful, if it had suspected they were about 47 3, 3 | kingdom of God." Now if he had only said, "Of the which 48 3, 3 | quae praedico vobis]", and had not added, "as I have also 49 3, 4 | vocative. Now if the translator had chosen to say, "propterea 50 3, 4 | meaning; or, indeed, if he had added "nostri", hardly any 51 3, 6 | signs referred, still they had this conviction rooted in 52 3, 6 | time for their revelation had come. And hence their leaders 53 3, 6 | how great an advantage it had been to be so guided by 54 3, 6 | schoolmaster that signs, which had been for a season imposed 55 3, 6 | These men, because they had been very near to spiritual 56 3, 6 | spiritual meaning, they had learnt to adore the One 57 3, 6 | did this, because men who had for their gods idols made 58 3, 6 | gods idols made with hands had not been so near to spiritual 59 3, 11 | overturned in a man over whom it had held sway, this plain expression 60 3, 18 | than those who, though they had each of them numerous wives, 61 3, 18 | accordingly, if these last had been still alive at the 62 3, 18 | gathering them together had come, they would have immediately 63 3, 20 | For if they had been under the influence 64 3, 21 | But when King David had suffered this injury at 65 3, 21 | it was on this account he had given orders that his son 66 3, 21 | adulterer and parricide had been hurried. For prior 67 3, 21 | case of another son who had been guilty of no crime, 68 3, 21 | by temporal prosperity, had taken unlawful possession 69 3, 21 | a prophet, who, when he had come to show him his sin 70 3, 21 | parable of the poor man who had but one ewe-lamb, and whose 71 3, 21 | whose neighbour, though he had many, yet when a guest came 72 3, 21 | unwittingly condemning the sin he had wittingly committed. And 73 3, 21 | wittingly committed. And when he had been shown this, and God' 74 3, 21 | this, and God's punishment had been denounced against him, 75 3, 21 | the poor man himself who had the one ewe-lamb, nothing 76 3, 21 | for wisdom, but after he had attained it through spiritual 77 3, 29 | many obscure passages have had light thrown upon them. ~ 78 3, 30 | going astray." Now, if he had said, "There are certain 79 3, 30 | the whole law;" and if he had not said "What is shut shall 80 3, 33 | Lord Jesus Christ." But he had not come into contact with 81 3, 34 | for the blood that they had shed upon the land, and 82 3, 34 | their idols wherewith they had polluted it: and I scattered 83 3, 36 | previous occurrences, which had been passed over in their 84 3, 36 | there He put the man whom He had formed. And out of the ground 85 3, 36 | mentioned took place after God had formed man and put him in 86 3, 36 | there put the man whom He had formed, the narrative goes 87 3, 36 | recapitulation, to tell what had before been omitted, the 88 3, 36 | repetition of the fact which had been already told, but which 89 3, 36 | narrative reverts to what had previously been passed over. ~ 90 3, 36 | scattered over the earth they had all one language in common; 91 3, 36 | its own language if all had one language in common. 92 4, 3 | were speaking, whether they had ever learnt them, or whether 93 4, 3 | learnt them, or whether they had never even met with them. 94 4, 6 | I could, however, if I had time, show those men who 95 4, 6 | display of it; and if they had shunned it, they would have 96 4, 6 | done the former; if they had made it prominent, they 97 4, 7 | contend that the apostle had here followed the rules 98 4, 7 | certain false apostles who had gone out from the Jews, 99 4, 7 | gone out from the Jews, and had been trying to injure his 100 4, 7 | concerning reproach, as though we had been weak. Howbeit, whereinsoever 101 4, 7 | concerning reproach, as though we had been weak." Then is subjoined 102 4, 7 | very briefly the danger he had been in, and the way he 103 4, 7 | Holy Scripture. Suppose I had taken the further trouble, 104 4, 7 | serious men would think I had gone too far, than that 105 4, 7 | the studious would think I had done enough? All these things 106 4, 7 | recognized its truth. If he had said, "I am indeed rude 107 4, 7 | They thought that they had instruments of music like 108 4, 7 | and unskilful of speech, had been obliged to deliver 109 4, 7 | out of the herd." If he had so expressed it, this would 110 4, 7 | expressed it, this would have had its beauty: six separate 111 4, 7 | hearing. And here, when he had said, "Ye who chant to the 112 4, 7 | they thought that they had instruments of music like 113 4, 7 | reduced to system, if they had not first had their birth 114 4, 7 | system, if they had not first had their birth in the genius 115 4, 14 | discipline of Christian teaching had cured him of that redundancy 116 4, 17 | majestic style:" as if he had taken in also the three 117 4, 17 | ends mentioned above, and had embraced the whole in one 118 4, 20 | is written, that Abraham had two sons; the one by a bond 119 4, 20 | these words: "For if there had been a law given which could 120 4, 20 | you record, that, if it had been possible, ye would 121 4, 21 | startled by the message he had heard from God, that, though 122 4, 21 | that, when the portrait had been finished with consummate 123 4, 24 | tears, that I thought I had produced an effect. For 124 4, 24 | barbarous custom (which had been handed down to them 125 4, 24 | their hearts, or rather had complete possession of them)


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