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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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1 pref, 0| found to make objections, yet at least they will not prevail 2 pref, 0| they understand the rules, yet in their attempts to apply 3 pref, 0| rejoice in God's great gift, yet it was from human teachers 4 pref, 0| least doubt whether he has yet received the Holy Spirit? 5 pref, 0| of God from heaven, was yet sent to a man to receive 6 pref, 0| had in remembrance, was yet handed over to Peter for 7 pref, 0| God talk with Moses, and yet he, with great wisdom and 8 pref, 0| object than to be of service, yet as it seemed convenient 9 1, arg | some of them may be loved, yet our love is not to rest 10 1, 1 | go on to supply what is yet wanting when once I have 11 1, 1 | possessed and not shared, is not yet possessed as it ought to 12 1, 5 | complete substance, and yet they are all one substance. 13 1, 6 | explained away by speech. And yet God, although nothing worthy 14 1, 6 | knowledge of His nature; but yet all who know the Latin tongue 15 1, 11 | form of our own humanity. Yet, since we when we come to 16 1, 13 | and is called speech; and yet our thought does not lose 17 1, 13 | suffering no change of nature, yet became flesh, that He might 18 1, 15 | and love for, Him whom as yet we see not; and that He 19 1, 22 | of which at least, if not yet the reality, is our comfort 20 1, 24 | says truly, "No man ever yet hated his own flesh." And 21 1, 24 | said of the carnal habit yet unsubdued, against which 22 1, 24 | when he says, "No man ever yet hated his own flesh." He 23 1, 25 | keep it safe and sound. And yet a man may have something 24 1, 26 | our love for ourselves; yet when it is said, "Thou shalt 25 1, 34 | dwell among us, the apostle yet says: "Yea, though we have 26 1, 34 | Christ after the flesh, yet now henceforth know we Him 27 1, 34 | of His heavenly calling, yet forgetting those things 28 1, 34 | now no further need of it; yet by this way all must commence 29 1, 36 | our neighbour, does not yet understand them as he ought. 30 1, 36 | place confidence in him; and yet he betrays his confidence 31 1, 36 | quits the high road, but yet reaches through the fields 32 1, 38 | love by faith that which as yet we see not, how much more 33 1, 38 | love by hope that which as yet we have not reached, how 34 1, 39 | it shall vanish away." Yet by means of these instruments ( 35 2, 1 | using them as signs, do yet lead to the knowledge of 36 2, 3 | but a significant sound, yet all these signs are very 37 2, 6 | help of this figure? And yet, I don't know why, I feel 38 2, 7 | it they see Him not. But yet, although that light may 39 2, 8 | in his knowledge, if not yet with full understanding, 40 2, 9 | know these books, if not yet with the understanding, 41 2, 12 | the original tongue. And yet to those who read with knowledge, 42 2, 12 | written in any other way. And yet the meaning is very clear; 43 2, 13 | understanding of the passage, yet they are offensive to those 44 2, 13 | nothing from the meaning. Yet a more learned man would 45 2, 15 | in a cell by himself, and yet nothing was found in the 46 2, 16 | conveys a secret sense; but yet if the evangelist had not 47 2, 21 | sometimes even find it out, yet in so far as they attempt 48 2, 22 | produce the greatest effects, yet the astrologer cannot discover 49 2, 25 | attention to them in vain. Yet all men aim at a certain 50 2, 28 | together we can make it out, yet that no shadow of doubt 51 2, 31 | reasoning that are false, and yet so close an imitation of 52 2, 32 | And yet the validity of logical 53 2, 41 | brings with him out of Egypt, yet unless he has kept the Passover, 54 2, 41 | meek and lowly herb, and yet nothing is stronger and 55 3, 1 | point out as childish), but yet, as I was going to say, 56 3, 2 | in a strait betwixt two, yet he has a desire for one 57 3, 7 | their idols were only signs, yet still they used them in 58 3, 7 | within a sweet covering, and yet it is not food for men, 59 3, 9 | bondage, when it is not yet expedient to reveal to carnal 60 3, 9 | what a sign signifies, but yet knows that it is a sign, 61 3, 12 | and the saints and which yet seem to the unskilful to 62 3, 18 | of them numerous wives, yet just as a wise man uses 63 3, 21 | for him while he was sick, yet he comforted himself after 64 3, 21 | neighbour, though he had many, yet when a guest came to him 65 3, 21 | sin in deep penitence. But yet in this parable it was the 66 3, 23 | things to come, let him yet put the literal fact to 67 3, 25 | the dregs hereof is not yet wrung out." The following 68 3, 26 | favour as with a shield." And yet we are not so to understand 69 3, 29 | was not made for fish, and yet gets its name from fish? 70 3, 29 | these figures of speech? And yet the knowledge of these is 71 3, 31 | the body to the head, and yet no change made in the person 72 3, 31 | bride with jewels;" and yet it is, of course, a matter 73 3, 34 | as the sand of the sea, yet a remnant of them shall 74 3, 34 | was to be given were not yet in existence; because he 75 3, 36 | heed to or despised? And yet because Scripture says, " 76 3, 37 | understood of the devil; and yet the statement which is made 77 3, 37 | his angels to all nations, yet it is his body, not himself, 78 4, 3 | but only those who are not yet engaged in any occupation 79 4, 5 | little service to states, yet eloquence without wisdom 80 4, 5 | For there are who read and yet neglect them; they read 81 4, 7 | unlearned, laugh at him? And yet here we find the figure 82 4, 7 | second follows him, and yet he does not spurn it when 83 4, 7 | me a fool: if otherwise, yet as a fool receive me, that 84 4, 7 | members: "if otherwise, yet as a fool receive me, that 85 4, 7 | Though I be rude in speech, yet not in knowledge," he seems 86 4, 7 | not aiming at eloquence, yet eloquence not shrinking 87 4, 10 | of careful negligence." Yet while taking away ornament, 88 4, 10 | with them, and have not yet forgotten them; nay, both 89 4, 11 | clear what was obscure; yet if this be done without 90 4, 12 | If however, they do not yet know this, they must of 91 4, 12 | greater strength of eloquence. Yet when this is needful, it 92 4, 12 | taught and delighted, and yet not give his consent. And 93 4, 13 | the art of pleasing. And yet even this is not enough 94 4, 16 | operation of the Holy Spirit, he yet himself gives them directions 95 4, 16 | the Holy Spirit is given, yet that neither is he who planteth 96 4, 16 | cannot without His), and yet they are applied; and if 97 4, 19 | And yet, while our teacher ought 98 4, 20 | be but a man's covenant, yet if it be confirmed, no man 99 4, 20 | because they are arms; and yet the same man does great 100 4, 20 | report: as deceivers, and yet true; as unknown, and yet 101 4, 20 | yet true; as unknown, and yet well known; as dying, and, 102 4, 20 | not killed; as sorrowful, yet alway rejoicing; as poor, 103 4, 20 | alway rejoicing; as poor, yet making many rich; as having 104 4, 20 | as having nothing, and yet possessing all things." 105 4, 20 | into a temperate eloquence, yet he interposes one passage 106 4, 20 | and sections, and periods? Yet, notwithstanding, there 107 4, 21 | apostles, though clear, are yet profound, and are so written 108 4, 21 | thousands of the people failed, yet through one man God would 109 4, 21 | induce those who have not yet devoted themselves to take 110 4, 21 | and deportment of virgins. Yet that great bishop urges 111 4, 21 | these meretricious deceits, yet, in corrupting and violating 112 4, 26 | true and agreeable, and yet is unwilling to act accordingly), 113 4, 27 | Now Christ is the truth; yet we see that the truth can 114 4, 29 | certainly desirable), and yet not many teachers; for all 115 4, 29 | of his own thought, and yet they have nothing in common 116 4, 29 | so, though they do not, yet they say. But in another


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