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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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truth

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| it, but to Him who is the Truth, the unchangeable God. ~ 2 pref, 0| without the help of man? The truth is, he fears to incur the 3 pref, 0| perhaps what is false. All truth is of Him who says, "I am 4 pref, 0| Him who says, "I am the truth." For what have we that 5 1, 8 | consider that the very rule of truth by which they affirm the 6 1, 9 | of change?" For that very truth about which he asks, how 7 1, 9 | sees, but shrinks from this truth, is weak in his mental vision 8 1, 10 | duty fully to enjoy the truth which lives unchangeably, 9 1, 10 | lives unchangeably, and truth for the things which He 10 1, 20 | here to be conformed to the truth, falls when the body dies 11 1, 23 | man may fall away from the truth, he still continues to love 12 1, 24 | those who candidly seek the truth how well-founded is the 13 1, 30 | the question admitted the truth of this when he was himself 14 1, 34 | when He who is Himself the Truth and the Word, by whom all 15 1, 34 | desire to attain to the truth, and to rest in eternal 16 1, 34 | I am the way, and the truth, and the life;" that is, 17 1, 35 | that we might know this truth and be able to act upon 18 2, 7 | in comparison with, the truth, and therefore not himself, 19 2, 7 | not step aside from the truth, either for the sake of 20 2, 8 | up in the belief of the truth, so that they will not take 21 2, 12 | with knowledge, a great truth is to be found in each. 22 2, 12 | purified by holding to the truth; for these reasons one says, " 23 2, 18 | understand that wherever truth may be found, it belongs 24 2, 18 | recognizes and acknowledges the truth, even in their religious 25 2, 23 | dead Samuel foretold the truth to King Saul, that does 26 2, 31 | pale of the Church. But the truth of propositions must be 27 2, 32 | the reasoning, not to the truth of the statements. ~ 28 2, 33 | false admission. Thus, the truth of a statement stands on 29 2, 33 | good," and we admit its truth. Then he adds, "But he is 30 2, 34 | inference, another to know the truth of opinions~ 31 2, 34 | and another to know the truth of opinions. In the former 32 2, 34 | connection. In regard to the truth of opinions, however, we 33 2, 34 | if this involved also the truth of the propositions. Many, 34 2, 36 | can be used to enforce the truth as well, it is not the faculty 35 2, 37 | from them as exhibitions of truth, than assistance in arguing 36 2, 38 | to be true derive their truth, and from which those others 37 2, 38 | unchangeable also derive their truth and unchangeableness, and 38 2, 38 | between the unchangeable truth above it and the changeable 39 2, 40 | adapted to the use of the truth, and some most excellent 40 3, 11 | contentious, and do not obey the truth, but obey unrighteousness, 41 3, 12 | the sign of some great truth. Keeping company with a 42 3, 27 | words is in harmony with the truth. And if a man in searching 43 3, 27 | that it too is founded on truth. For what more liberal and 44 3, 30 | visible the treasures of truth that are to many invisible. 45 3, 37 | made about the devil, whose truth is not so evident in regard 46 4, arg | view, to bring home the truth to the hearer, so that he 47 4, 2 | the enforcing either of truth or falsehood, who will dare 48 4, 2 | who will dare to say that truth in the person of its defenders 49 4, 2 | while the defenders of the truth shall be ignorant of that 50 4, 2 | the latter shall tell the truth in such a way that it is 51 4, 2 | former are to oppose the truth and defend falsehood with 52 4, 2 | shall in defense of the truth be sluggish, and frigid, 53 4, 2 | engage it on the side of truth, when bad men use it to 54 4, 5 | eloquence have been forced by truth to confess this in the very 55 4, 6 | only by the discovery of truth. but also by the exercise 56 4, 7 | confessing that he recognized its truth. If he had said, "I am indeed 57 4, 9 | the duty of bringing the truth which we ourselves have 58 4, 9 | earnest desire to learn the truth, and should have capacity 59 4, 10 | who hears shall hear the truth, and that what he hears 60 4, 10 | labour need be spent on the truth itself, as if it required 61 4, 11 | their object, find the plain truth pleasant food enough. And 62 4, 11 | not to love words, but the truth in words. For of what service 63 4, 12 | course of an address, the truth is clearly pointed out ( 64 4, 12 | of speech should make the truth pleasing, or that the style 65 4, 12 | itself give pleasure; but the truth itself, when exhibited in 66 4, 12 | pleasure, because it is the truth. And hence even falsities 67 4, 13 | that they do not care for truth unless it is put in the 68 4, 13 | that he both confesses the truth and praises the eloquence, 69 4, 13 | the speaker in urging the truth gives careful attention 70 4, 13 | true. When, however, the truth taught is one that must 71 4, 13 | useless to be persuaded of the truth of what is said, it is useless 72 4, 13 | he is urging a practical truth, must not only teach so 73 4, 13 | not moved by the force of truth, though it is demonstrated 74 4, 14 | and less persuasive, that truth be spoken, and that what 75 4, 16 | rightly dividing the word of truth?" And in the same place: " 76 4, 19 | mind that is averse to the truth to turn and embrace it. 77 4, 20 | unfeigned, by the word of truth, by the power of God, by 78 4, 20 | because I tell you the truth? They zealously affect you, 79 4, 21 | knowledge of divine and saving truth, and have ministered it 80 4, 21 | integrity bears it, holiness and truth bear it; they bear it who 81 4, 21 | handiwork, and a violation of truth. Listen to the warning voice 82 4, 21 | unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.' Now can sincerity and 83 4, 21 | Now can sincerity and truth continue to exist when what 84 4, 21 | writers who both speak the truth and speak it well, speak 85 4, 24 | style know or believe a truth which they were previously 86 4, 26 | except by the pleasure that truth so irresistibly established, 87 4, 27 | Whether in pretence or in truth Christ is preached." Now 88 4, 27 | preached." Now Christ is the truth; yet we see that the truth 89 4, 27 | truth; yet we see that the truth can be preached, though 90 4, 27 | preached, though not in truth, that is, what is right 91 4, 28 | chap. 28. Truth is more important than expression. 92 4, 28 | when adversaries oppose the truth, we are to say nothing in 93 4, 28 | nothing in defense of the truth. For where, then, would 94 4, 28 | way to overcome error by truth, but to be anxious that 95 4, 28 | purpose than to make the truth plain, pleasing and effective; 96 4, 29 | become preachers of the truth (which is certainly desirable), 97 4, 29 | being made by Him who is the Truth. Speaking of such men, in 98 4, 29 | a discourse in which the truth is set forth to be delivered


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