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St. Augustine
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    Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| object to this work of mine, because they have failed to understand 2 pref, 0| my labour to no purpose, because, though they understand 3 pref, 0| wish cleared up; and these, because they have received no assistance 4 pref, 0| think they do, and who, because they know (or imagine) that 5 pref, 0| children any of these things, because on the outpouring of the 6 1, 5 | three attributes are all one because of the Father, all equal 7 1, 5 | of the Father, all equal because of the Son, and all harmonious 8 1, 5 | Son, and all harmonious because of the Holy Spirit. ~ 9 1, 6 | be called "unspeakable," because to say even this is to speak 10 1, 6 | contradiction of words, because if the unspeakable is what 11 1, 8 | esteemed above all else because He is unchangeable Wisdom~ 12 1, 12 | of traversing space, but because He appeared to mortal men 13 1, 12 | world was made by Him." But, because men, who in their eagerness 14 1, 19 | source of no uneasiness because it can feel no want, shall 15 1, 22 | look at the matter clearly, because no one ought to love even 16 1, 22 | enjoy himself at his best, because he is better when his mind 17 1, 24 | would be no body at all, because they think such a thing 18 1, 24 | hatred, but for the mastery, because it desires that what it 19 1, 24 | struggling, not in hatred, but because of the bondage of habit 20 1, 25 | safety and health of his body because there is something he desires 21 1, 25 | desires to heap up, but it is because he values more highly the 22 1, 27 | better than our own body, because all things are to be loved 23 1, 29 | but we pity them rather, because the more they hate us the 24 1, 30 | considered our neighbour, because we are to work no ill to 25 1, 32 | own goodness. For it is because He is good we exist; and 26 1, 32 | are good. And, further, because He is also just, we cannot 27 1, 34 | come to the Father also, because through an equal an equal 28 1, 38 | the moment we attain it, because it does not satisfy the 29 1, 39 | greatest of these is charity:" because, when a man shall have reached 30 2, 2 | men are concerned with it, because even the signs which have 31 2, 4 | But because words pass away as soon 32 2, 6 | who do not seek at all because they have what they require 33 2, 7 | that we are said to see, because we walk by faith, not by 34 2, 7 | and therefore not himself, because not him whom he loves as 35 2, 10 | bos when we mean an ox, because all men who with us use 36 2, 12 | explained by the other; because "flesh" may be taken in 37 2, 12 | figuratively of Christians, because they are spiritually born 38 2, 12 | to despise our kinsmen, because when one brings the expression " 39 2, 12 | same reason it is, that because the Greek word "moschos" 40 2, 12 | expression than the "calves;" because these walk upon the ground 41 2, 13 | letter of the original, not because these are sufficient, but 42 2, 13 | these are sufficient, but because we may use them to correct 43 2, 13 | fortius est hominibus" (Because the foolishness of God is 44 2, 16 | indicates the creature, because of the life and the body. 45 2, 17 | the order for three, not because it had seen them in visions, 46 2, 17 | seen them in visions, nor because they had presented themselves 47 2, 17 | any of the citizens, but because it was obvious to remark 48 2, 18 | ought not to give up music because of the superstition of the 49 2, 18 | their theatrical trumpery because we enter upon an investigation 50 2, 18 | refuse to learn letters because they say that Mercury discovered 51 2, 18 | Mercury discovered them; nor because they have dedicated temples 52 2, 23 | says the apostle; "but because the things which they sacrifice 53 2, 24 | slavery. For it was not because they had meaning that they 54 2, 24 | men's minds differently, because these arrangements are different; 55 2, 24 | agree upon them as signs because they were already significant, 56 2, 24 | they are now significant because men have agreed upon them; 57 2, 24 | hear the cries of birds, because these omens are of no significance 58 2, 25 | are in force among men, because they have agreed among themselves 59 2, 25 | we may well believe this, because even now, if any one who 60 2, 25 | things they signify. But because one thing may resemble another 61 2, 28 | from the books of Plato because (they urged) it cannot be 62 2, 28 | among human institutions; because things that are past and 63 2, 29 | narrative of the past also; because one may go back from the 64 2, 34 | contempt for themselves, because they are ignorant of the 65 2, 38 | the double of any number because odd numbers have no half. 66 2, 39 | it seems to me it cannot, because this runs like a system 67 3, 2 | strait betwixt the two? Because there is a need for his 68 3, 6 | case of the other nations; because, though the former were 69 3, 6 | heaven and earth. These men, because they had been very near 70 3, 6 | Gentile churches did this, because men who had for their gods 71 3, 10 | here prudence comes first; because no one can confer an advantage 72 3, 12 | prophecy by the prophet Hosea. Because it is a shamefully wicked 73 3, 12 | to have several husbands, because a woman does not in that 74 3, 18 | indulgence to have one wife because of their incontinence, were 75 3, 19 | praise good and holy men, because they themselves when they 76 3, 21 | over his son's death, not because of his own loss, but because 77 3, 21 | because of his own loss, but because he knew to what punishment 78 3, 25 | in their signification, because only plain instances ought 79 3, 25 | coming to the Gentiles, because "He has put down one and 80 3, 29 | difficulties of Scripture; because when the words taken literally 81 3, 30 | called the Book of Rules, because in it he laid down seven 82 3, 32 | counterfeit, or some such name; because, not to speak of eternity, 83 3, 32 | at present both; and this because the good fish and the bad 84 3, 34 | Israel after the flesh;" because the people of Israel after 85 3, 34 | were not yet in existence; because he looks upon that as having 86 3, 34 | belong to the unrighteous; because it is the same as if it 87 3, 36 | to or despised? And yet because Scripture says, "In that 88 4, 3 | met with them. For it is because they are eloquent that they 89 4, 5 | listening to, and thinks that because the speaker is eloquent 90 4, 6 | that of our authors (not because of its majesty, but because 91 4, 6 | because of its majesty, but because of its inflation), that 92 4, 7 | hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed 93 4, 7 | not ashamed;" the second, "because the love of God is shed 94 4, 7 | authors contemptible; not because they do not possess, but 95 4, 7 | they do not possess, but because they do not display, the 96 4, 7 | selected the Apostle Paul because he is our great orator. 97 4, 7 | to assert his knowledge, because without it he could not 98 4, 7 | passages are more obscure, because more figurative, in their 99 4, 10 | their assemblies of blood), because they felt that it was important 100 4, 10 | however, he cannot, either because there are no such words, 101 4, 10 | there are no such words, or because they do not at the time 102 4, 12 | to persuade is a triumph, because it is possible that a man 103 4, 12 | simplicity, gives pleasure, because it is the truth. And hence 104 4, 14 | more chastened style, do so because they cannot attain the former, 105 4, 14 | cannot attain the former, not because their judgment teaches them 106 4, 18 | utterly a fault among you, because ye go to law one with another: 107 4, 18 | are prepared to say that, because a cup of cold water is a 108 4, 20 | Abraham by promise." And because it might possibly occur 109 4, 20 | is given: "It was added because of transgressions, till 110 4, 20 | the heat of battle, not because they are costly, but because 111 4, 20 | because they are costly, but because they are arms; and yet the 112 4, 20 | therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth? They 113 4, 21 | employs the subdued style, because the object he has in view 114 4, 21 | of the temperate style, because their purpose is not to 115 4, 28 | without any breach of modesty, because his life protects him against


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