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1 pref, 0| to make on the road I am about to traverse in this book. ~ 2 1, arg | After adding a few words about hope, he shows, in conclusion, 3 1, 2 | All instruction is either about things or about signs; but 4 1, 2 | is either about things or about signs; but things are learnt 5 1, 2 | we have now to consider about things is what they are 6 1, 8 | And since all who think about God think of Him as living, 7 1, 9 | change?" For that very truth about which he asks, how I know 8 1, 23 | no precepts need be given about the second and fourth of 9 1, 23 | and endures much suffering about the mortal body. For, of 10 1, 24 | evil habit, and to bring about the real peace which springs 11 1, 26 | nothing seems to be said about our love for ourselves; 12 1, 30 | this connection a question about angels. For they are happy 13 1, 33 | admonisheth the man who is about to worship him, that he 14 1, 35 | entered upon the discussion about things, this is the sum: 15 1, 36 | keeps faith in the matter about which he lies. He wishes, 16 1, 40 | have been anxious to speak about the objects of faith, as 17 2, 1 | As when I was writing about things, I introduced the 18 2, 6 | however, has any doubt about the facts, both that it 19 2, 7 | book when I was treating about things. It is necessary, 20 2, 8 | here mentioned, for it is about it that I have set myself 21 2, 9 | the evidence of passages about which there is no doubt 22 2, 11 | easy to mark and to ask about, but, as has been said, 23 2, 14 | About ambiguous signs, however, 24 2, 14 | must either make inquiry about them from men who speak 25 2, 14 | the matter and learn all about it. So great, however, is 26 2, 15 | used these men to bring it about, that books which the Jewish 27 2, 15 | Testament are, as I was about to say, to be corrected 28 2, 16 | The fact so well known about the serpent, for example, 29 2, 16 | again any question is raised about that number, we can only 30 2, 18 | enter upon an investigation about harps and other instruments, 31 2, 20 | consultations and arrangements about signs and leagues with devils, 32 2, 22 | when the person was born about whom these wretched men 33 2, 22 | whether he is consulted about Jacob or his brother, what 34 2, 23 | Word of God is not silent about this species of fornication 35 2, 23 | what the apostle has said about idols and the sacrifices 36 2, 28 | that we learn from history about the chronology of past times 37 2, 28 | frequently seek information about a variety of matters by 38 2, 28 | the evangelist that He was about thirty years of age when 39 2, 29 | all that has been written about the situation of places, 40 2, 29 | to answer like questions about every one of the heavenly 41 2, 29 | stated what my views are about all this knowledge, so far 42 2, 30 | view to forming a judgement about them, that we may not be 43 2, 33 | however, where the argument is about the resurrection, both the 44 2, 34 | propositions that we are not sure about are joined by a valid inference 45 2, 37 | understand when they are told about them. Those, on the other 46 2, 37 | cannot walk, care still less about such directions, as they 47 2, 39 | of leagues and covenants about signs, let these he utterly 48 2, 39 | heathen, except information about objects, either past or 49 2, 40 | had suspected they were about to turn them to the use 50 2, 42 | signs in Scripture. And about these I shall now, in a 51 3, 2 | speaking in the first book about things. But if both readings, 52 3, 3 | directions that I have given about ambiguous punctuations are 53 3, 4 | would have been less doubt about the meaning; or, indeed, 54 3, 5 | ambiguities of metaphorical words, about which I am next to speak, 55 3, 12 | the custom of the good men about him, either has a further 56 3, 17 | commands given in Scripture about loving and ruling a wife 57 3, 19 | rein to lust, either wander about steeping themselves in a 58 3, 19 | more widely they are blown about on the tongue of flattery, 59 3, 21 | the poor man's ewe-lamb; about the killing of the woman' 60 3, 21 | woman's husband, that is, about the murder of the poor man 61 3, 21 | but reigned as a king. And about him Scripture is not silent, 62 3, 25 | a roaring lion, walketh about seeking whom he may devour." 63 3, 28 | either obtain a meaning about which there is no controversy, 64 3, 29 | he knows nothing at all about either the nature or the 65 3, 31 | The first is about the Lord and His body, and 66 3, 32 | The second rule is about the twofold division of 67 3, 32 | to say that the rule is about the true and the mixed body 68 3, 33 | discussing the question about faith and works, he said 69 3, 34 | fourth rule of Tichonius is about species and genus. For so 70 3, 34 | Not only, for example, about Jerusalem, or some of the 71 3, 34 | certain point been speaking about the species, makes a transition 72 3, 35 | both of these statements about the number of days cannot 73 3, 35 | also the great question about the resurrection of Christ. 74 3, 35 | is not merely questions about times that are to be settled 75 3, 37 | Tichonius and the last, is about the devil and his body. 76 3, 37 | statements are sometimes made about the devil, whose truth is 77 3, 37 | king of Babylon, are made about the same person, are of 78 3, 37 | these rules, except the one about the promises and the law, 79 3, 37 | is wedded to piety. But about signs, so far as relates 80 4, 1 | already said a great deal about the mode of ascertaining 81 4, 1 | shall only say a few things about the mode of making known 82 4, 1 | who may think that I am about to lay down rules of rhetoric 83 4, 3 | us whilst we are thinking about saying it according to the 84 4, 5 | words, but are careless about knowing the meaning. It 85 4, 7 | that I must say something about the eloquence of the prophets 86 4, 9 | teacher not being so anxious about the eloquence as about the 87 4, 9 | anxious about the eloquence as about the clearness of his teaching. ~ 88 4, 10 | speech, and indifference about what sounds well, compared 89 4, 10 | have, so great an anxiety about teaching that they will 90 4, 10 | person to ask a question about what he does not understand; 91 4, 15 | himself, and for those he is about to address, before he attempts 92 4, 15 | to drink in what he is about to pour forth, and to be 93 4, 15 | himself filled with what he is about to distribute. For, as in 94 4, 18 | even what the preacher says about pecuniary matters, whether 95 4, 18 | And when the apostle spoke about trials in regard to secular 96 4, 18 | speaks in a tone so exalted about matters so very trifling? 97 4, 19 | nothing, then, to be learnt about Him? Or ought he who is 98 4, 20 | present but says nothing about it, it might never be thoroughly 99 4, 21 | however, did not write about the duty of taking up the 100 4, 21 | profession of virginity, but about the dress and deportment 101 4, 27 | what I have just quoted about men of this stamp, made 102 4, 28 | What is meant by strife about words~ 103 4, 28 | Lord that they strive not about words to no profit, but 104 4, 28 | the gainsayers?" To strive about words is not to be careful 105 4, 28 | words is not to be careful about the way to overcome error 106 4, 28 | man who does not strive about words, whether he speak 107 4, 30 | Esther prayed, when she was about to speak to the king touching


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