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1 pref, 0| condition of our race would have been much more degraded if God 2 1, arg | relating to faith having been expounded, the author goes 3 1, 6 | what I have said, if it had been unspeakable, could not have 4 1, 6 | unspeakable, could not have been spoken. And so God is not 5 1, 11 | But of this we should have been wholly incapable, had not 6 1, 12 | place where He had always been, seeing that "He was in 7 1, 22 | the law of love that has been laid down by Divine authority: " 8 1, 23 | and most justly has it been said, "He who loveth iniquity 9 1, 25 | his body. For many have been found voluntarily to suffer 10 1, 26 | of nature which has never been violated, and which is common 11 1, 26 | love for ourselves has not been overlooked. ~ 12 1, 30 | great offices of mercy have been performed by them on our 13 1, 30 | myself as though he had been my friend or brother." But 14 1, 34 | all things were made, had been made flesh that He might 15 1, 34 | even though these have been put on and worn by Him for 16 1, 35 | Of all, then, that has been said since we entered upon 17 1, 39 | edifice of faith and love has been built up in them, that, 18 1, 40 | For these reasons I have been anxious to speak about the 19 1, 40 | purpose; for much has already been said on this subject in 20 2, 2 | even the signs which have been given us of God, and which 21 2, 3 | consist of words. For I have been able to put into words all 22 2, 4 | of certain signs. It has been found impossible, however, 23 2, 6 | down, just as if they had been torn off and masticated 24 2, 6 | figure of sheep that have been shorn, laying down the burthens 25 2, 7 | of temporal things has been drawn far away from such 26 2, 8 | be given to such as have been thought worthy to be the 27 2, 8 | another, and having never been disjoined, are reckoned 28 2, 11 | although they could have been translated, have been preserved 29 2, 11 | have been translated, have been preserved in their original 30 2, 11 | to ask about, but, as has been said, on account of the 31 2, 14 | learning, that those who have been in a sort of way nurtured 32 2, 16 | Hebrew names which have not been interpreted by the writers 33 2, 16 | And when these names have been investigated and explained, 34 2, 20 | strange, but it would have been very strange indeed if the 35 2, 21 | this would, perhaps, have been done, and the name handed 36 2, 23 | lowest part of the world has been put in subjection by the 37 2, 24 | force just so far as has been arranged with the devils 38 2, 25 | But when all these have been cut away and rooted out 39 2, 26 | with devils must, as has been said, be utterly rejected 40 2, 28 | one thing to tell what has been done, another to show what 41 2, 28 | History narrates what has been done, faithfully and with 42 2, 29 | species belongs all that has been written about the situation 43 2, 33 | admitted, then, when it has been proved that the snail has 44 2, 35 | what possibly might have been. The definition and division, 45 2, 39 | any of those which have been instituted by men varying 46 2, 39 | all of these things have been done already (as I have 47 2, 39 | I had no notion of have been worked out and committed 48 2, 40 | chap. 40. Whatever has been rightly said by the heathen, 49 3, arg | of expressions which have been proved to be figurative; 50 3, 1 | in the texts, which has been secured by skill and care 51 3, 4 | literally, but there would have been less doubt about the meaning; 52 3, 4 | liberty to take. It has been taken, however in that passage 53 3, 6 | great an advantage it had been to be so guided by the schoolmaster 54 3, 6 | schoolmaster that signs, which had been for a season imposed on 55 3, 6 | These men, because they had been very near to spiritual things ( 56 3, 6 | made with hands had not been so near to spiritual things. ~ 57 3, 7 | to take a sign which has been established for a useful 58 3, 10 | Now all these matters have been spoken of in the first book. ~ 59 3, 16 | who bewails that he has been the enemy of one who came 60 3, 18 | accordingly, if these last had been still alive at the advent 61 3, 20 | For if they had been under the influence of any 62 3, 21 | adulterer and parricide had been hurried. For prior to this, 63 3, 21 | case of another son who had been guilty of no crime, though 64 3, 21 | committed. And when he had been shown this, and God's punishment 65 3, 21 | and God's punishment had been denounced against him, he 66 3, 34 | having up to a certain point been speaking about the species, 67 3, 34 | looks upon that as having been already done in the arrangement 68 3, 36 | previous occurrences, which had been passed over in their proper 69 3, 36 | that the two events having been briefly mentioned, viz., 70 3, 36 | to tell what had before been omitted, the way in which 71 3, 36 | repetition of the fact which had been already told, but which 72 3, 36 | reverts to what had previously been passed over. ~ 73 3, 36 | when our Lord shall have been revealed that men are to 74 3, 36 | when the Lord shall have been revealed every man may receive 75 4, 3 | after great labour has been spent in enforcing them, 76 4, 5 | principles of eloquence have been forced by truth to confess 77 4, 6 | time that it could not have been properly said in any other 78 4, 6 | spoke; no other would have been suitable for them; and this 79 4, 7 | out from the Jews, and had been trying to injure his character; 80 4, 7 | reproach, as though we had been weak. Howbeit, whereinsoever 81 4, 7 | a night and a day I have been in the deep; in journeying 82 4, 7 | reproach, as though we had been weak." Then is subjoined 83 4, 7 | a night and a day I have been in the deep." Next fourteen 84 4, 7 | briefly the danger he had been in, and the way he escaped 85 4, 7 | without it he could not have been the teacher of the Gentiles. 86 4, 7 | unskilful of speech, had been obliged to deliver a message 87 4, 7 | of oratory could not have been observed, and noted, and 88 4, 10 | And when this point has been reached, no further labour 89 4, 12 | his say, whatever may have been his manner of saying it. 90 4, 13 | discourse, no small place has been assigned in eloquence to 91 4, 14 | And so much labour has been spent by men on the beauty 92 4, 16 | What these things are, has been told previously. Do we not 93 4, 16 | faithful word as he has been taught, that he may be able 94 4, 16 | thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom 95 4, 20 | words: "For if there had been a law given which could 96 4, 20 | righteousness should have been by the law. But the Scripture 97 4, 20 | however, is, that what has been translated to us in the 98 4, 20 | those points which he has been taught in the schools of 99 4, 20 | record, that, if it had been possible, ye would have 100 4, 21 | that, when the portrait had been finished with consummate 101 4, 21 | prove that she has first been displeasing to herself. 102 4, 21 | For even the woman who has been the victim of a pander shrinks 103 4, 22 | with us, when once it has been sufficiently excited, the 104 4, 24 | barbarous custom (which had been handed down to them from 105 4, 29 | deliver to the people what has been written by a more eloquent 106 4, 29 | if such men take what has been written with wisdom and


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