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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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    Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| no ordinary kind), they must surely grant that every 2 1, arg | discover the meaning we must attend both to things and 3 1, 2 | signs afterwards. But we must carefully remember that 4 1, 4 | We find, however, that we must make use of some mode of 5 1, 4 | Father's home, this world must be used, not enjoyed, that 6 1, 10 | 10. To see God, the soul must be purified~ 7 1, 10 | which He has made, the soul must be purified that it may 8 1, 19 | a better pattern, so we must hope and believe that the 9 1, 21 | to the assurance, and we must believe that it is so in 10 1, 23 | body. For, of course, it must love the body, and be grieved 11 1, 24 | think such a thing as that must be a spirit. And as to the 12 1, 24 | eternity; even in this life we must make it an object to have 13 1, 28 | the good of them all, you must take the matter as decided 14 1, 29 | would turn to Him, they must of necessity love Him as 15 1, 31 | enjoyment? If He enjoys us, He must be in need of good from 16 1, 33 | to enjoy it. And this we must never do except in the case 17 1, 34 | it; yet by this way all must commence their journey who 18 1, 36 | a lie is ever useful, he must think that injustice is 19 1, 37 | has fallen from faith, he must necessarily also fall from 20 2, 7 | better commands ourselves. We must rather think and believe 21 2, 8 | canonical Scriptures, he must follow the judgment of the 22 2, 8 | of course, a high place must be given to such as have 23 2, 12 | between the two things. For we must learn not to interpret, 24 2, 13 | meaning of his author, we must either endeavour to get 25 2, 13 | translated into Latin, or we must get hold of the translations 26 2, 14 | belong to foreign tongues, we must either make inquiry about 27 2, 14 | or if we have leisure we must learn the tongues ourselves, 28 2, 14 | tongues ourselves, or we must consult and compare several 29 2, 14 | Only all positive error must be removed. For those who 30 2, 15 | to correct the Latin we must use the Greek versions, 31 2, 15 | expressed it, I think we must give way to the dispensation 32 2, 15 | diversities of the Latin texts, we must of course yield to the Greek, 33 2, 16 | while we live in time, we must abstain and fast from all 34 2, 17 | For we must not listen to the falsities 35 2, 18 | nor does it follow that we must busy ourselves with their 36 2, 20 | augurs. In this class we must place also all amulets and 37 2, 22 | the constellations, which must, of course, be the same 38 2, 23 | branches of knowledge, we must fear and shun the fellowship 39 2, 25 | mind of the Christian, we must then look at human institutions 40 2, 26 | to fellowship with devils must, as has been said, be utterly 41 2, 31 | only in the use of it we must guard against the love of 42 2, 31 | retain his old opinion, he must of necessity also hold other 43 2, 31 | the truth of propositions must be inquired into in the 44 2, 32 | is false, the antecedent must also be false," says what 45 2, 32 | removed, the antecedent must also be removed, is not 46 2, 34 | of opinions, however, we must consider propositions as 47 2, 37 | intellect in better training. We must take care, however, that 48 2, 39 | necessities of this life we must not neglect the arrangements 49 2, 39 | in regard to all these we must hold by the maxim, "Not 50 2, 40 | said by the heathen, we must appropriate to our uses~ 51 2, 40 | indispensable in this life, we must take and turn to a Christian 52 3, arg | correctness of doctrine must be taken figuratively. He 53 3, 2 | Scripture ambiguous, we must see in the first place that 54 3, 2 | the Word was God. But this must be rejected by the rule 55 3, 2 | you take it, and therefore must be decided from the context. 56 3, 2 | have a desire for two. We must therefore punctuate the 57 3, 3 | interrogative the answer must be either "No" or "Yes." 58 3, 5 | In the first place, we must beware of taking a figurative 59 3, 10 | as if it were literal, we must also pay heed to that which 60 3, 10 | the first place, then, we must show the way to find out 61 3, 10 | asserts contrary to this must be figurative. Now Scripture 62 3, 12 | We must, therefore, consider carefully 63 3, 12 | that description: so we must take heed in regard to other 64 3, 14 | different custom, and right must remain unchangeable, it 65 3, 17 | raised to a higher state must be cared for in its own 66 3, 18 | chap. 18. We must take into consideration 67 3, 18 | We must also be on our guard against 68 3, 25 | other things besides water must be interpreted according 69 3, 26 | used is more manifest we must gather the sense in which 70 3, 26 | protection of any kind, we must take it as signifying nothing 71 3, 30 | really contains. Certainly it must be read with caution, not 72 3, 33 | saying of the apostle, "There must be also heresies among you, 73 3, 34 | to the genus, the reader must then be carefully on his 74 4, 3 | they are speaking. For we must be careful that what we 75 4, 4 | teaching, the matter treated of must be made fully known by means 76 4, 5 | with eloquence too. But we must beware of the man who abounds 77 4, 5 | is eloquent what he says must be true. And this opinion 78 4, 5 | meaning. It is plain we must set far above these the 79 4, 5 | of the world." And as we must often swallow wholesome 80 4, 5 | wholesome bitters, so we must always avoid unwholesome 81 4, 7 | offended, and I burn not? If I must needs glory, I will glory 82 4, 7 | even a man sound asleep must notice what a stream of 83 4, 7 | period of two members: "If I must needs glory, I will glory 84 4, 7 | I see, then, that I must say something about the 85 4, 7 | and to show us that we must distinguish the music of 86 4, 9 | private conversations, we must not shrink from the duty 87 4, 10 | And this must be insisted on as necessary 88 4, 11 | 11. The Christian teacher must speak clearly, but not inelegantly~ 89 4, 11 | it is impossible to live must be flavoured to meet the 90 4, 12 | said that "an eloquent man must speak so as to teach, to 91 4, 12 | importance. And as the hearer must be pleased in order to secure 92 4, 12 | secure his attention, so he must be persuaded in order to 93 4, 12 | not yet know this, they must of course be instructed 94 4, 13 | chap. 13. The hearer must be moved as well as instructed~ 95 4, 13 | truth taught is one that must be carried into practice, 96 4, 13 | urging a practical truth, must not only teach so as to 97 4, 13 | up the attention, but he must also sway the mind so as 98 4, 15 | the hour is come that he must speak, he ought, before 99 4, 19 | 19. The Christian teacher must use different styles on 100 4, 19 | do it, then great matters must be spoken of with power, 101 4, 20 | And, indeed, I must confess that our authors 102 4, 20 | boast so much. But care must be taken that, while adding 103 4, 21 | to know them thoroughly, must not only read and hear them, 104 4, 21 | read and hear them, but must have an expositor. Let us, 105 4, 21 | mingled with wine. But we must quote a passage by way of 106 4, 22 | shorter time. And therefore we must be on our guard, lest, in 107 4, 22 | good effect to that which must be treated forcibly, thus 108 4, 23 | And accordingly this style must be used in alternation with 109 4, 23 | sort turn up; just as we must use the temperate style, 110 4, 25 | in the temperate style we must use beauty of expression 111 4, 26 | the temperate style, also, must, in the case of the Christian 112 4, 26 | to act accordingly), you must, of course, speak in the 113 4, 26 | persuaded to obedience, you must speak so as to be both intelligible 114 4, 29 | for both these statements must be true, both being made


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