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1 pref, 0| able to read himself, is said to have committed the Scriptures 2 1, 6 | to speak; and if I have said anything, it is not what 3 1, 6 | unspeakable? But what I have said, if it had been unspeakable, 4 1, 6 | of His greatness can be said of Him, has condescended 5 1, 12 | form of mortal flesh, He is said to have come to us. For 6 1, 23 | most justly has it been said, "He who loveth iniquity 7 1, 24 | the other." For this is said of the carnal habit yet 8 1, 26 | Him, nothing seems to be said about our love for ourselves; 9 1, 26 | ourselves; yet when it is said, "Thou shalt love thy neighbour 10 1, 30 | commandments, and to whom He said that on these hang all the 11 1, 31 | Psalmist says most plainly, "I said to the LORD, Thou art my 12 1, 32 | use, then, which God is said to make of us has no reference 13 1, 33 | the Lord," but had only said, "Let me have joy of thee," 14 1, 33 | may be truly and properly said to enjoy it. And this we 15 1, 35 | all, then, that has been said since we entered upon the 16 1, 40 | for much has already been said on this subject in other 17 2, 3 | to the ear are, as I have said, more numerous, and for 18 2, 6 | in Canticles, where it is said of the Church, when it is 19 2, 7 | glass darkly that we are said to see, because we walk 20 2, 9 | to be observed is, as I said, to know these books, if 21 2, 11 | Some of them, again, are said to be untranslatable into 22 2, 11 | the two given above are said to be of this kind, Racha 23 2, 11 | about, but, as has been said, on account of the diversities 24 2, 15 | But nevertheless, as I said above, a comparison of those 25 2, 15 | were seventy in number, are said to have translated as with 26 2, 16 | lungs, nor the power it is said to have of piercing rocks 27 2, 16 | cannot make out why it is said, Purge me with hyssop, and 28 2, 23 | Now what the apostle has said about idols and the sacrifices 29 2, 26 | devils must, as has been said, be utterly rejected and 30 2, 28 | without a purpose it was said that the temple was forty 31 2, 28 | philosophers learnt whatever they said that was good and true from 32 2, 31 | in that place where it is said, "There is one that showeth 33 2, 31 | true conclusions when he said, "Then is Christ not risen," 34 2, 31 | the opinion of those who said that there is no resurrection 35 2, 33 | arguing. And thus, as I said above, a false inference 36 2, 40 | Whatever has been rightly said by the heathen, we must 37 2, 40 | especially the Platonists, have said aught that is true and in 38 3, 3 | interrogative. Now the ancients said that the difference between 39 3, 3 | God." Now if he had only said, "Of the which I tell you 40 3, 5 | life." For when what is said figuratively is taken as 41 3, 5 | figuratively is taken as if it were said literally, it is understood 42 3, 17 | the passage where it is said, "Marry thy daughter, and 43 3, 21 | one ewe-lamb, nothing is said in the parable, so that 44 3, 25 | a bad sense, as when He said, "Beware of the leaven of 45 3, 25 | a good sense, as when He said, "The kingdom of heaven 46 3, 25 | in the place where it is said, "The lion of the tribe 47 3, 29 | all these tropes which are said to be learnt as a matter 48 3, 30 | astray." Now, if he had said, "There are certain mystical 49 3, 30 | law;" and if he had not said "What is shut shall be laid 50 3, 30 | laid open," he would have said what was true, and he would 51 3, 31 | is not in vain that it is said to believers, "Ye then are 52 3, 32 | hypocrites cannot even now be said to be in Him, although they 53 3, 32 | Solomon." For it is not said, I *was* black as the tents 54 3, 33 | about faith and works, he said that works were given us 55 3, 33 | of faith." Whence it is said to certain believers: "Unto 56 3, 34 | Tyre or Babylon, are things said in Scripture whose significance 57 3, 34 | a part of it, things are said which pass over the limits 58 3, 34 | case of men: things are said of Solomon, for example, 59 3, 34 | overstepped, for things are often said of such a kind as evidently 60 3, 34 | of which it is elsewhere said, "For though the number 61 3, 34 | dwell. And so it is truly said to the righteous, that the 62 3, 36 | Noah are recounted, it is said: "These are the sons of 63 3, 36 | family or nation could not be said to have its own language 64 3, 37 | winnowing. For example, what is said in Isaiah, "How he is fallen 65 3, 37 | For, wherever one thing is said with the intention that 66 3, 37 | relates to words, I have now said enough. It remains to discuss, 67 4, 1 | exception to the work, I said, "There are two things on 68 4, 1 | As, then, I have already said a great deal about the mode 69 4, 6 | could not have been properly said in any other way. For as 70 4, 7 | say, and how wisely he has said it, in the following passage: " 71 4, 7 | recognized its truth. If he had said, "I am indeed rude in speech, 72 4, 7 | hearing. And here, when he had said, "Ye who chant to the sound 73 4, 7 | acute men have perceived and said, the rules which are laid 74 4, 10 | if it understands what is said; and until some indication 75 4, 12 | a great orator has truly said that "an eloquent man must 76 4, 12 | not suppose that he has said what he has to say as long 77 4, 12 | for although what he has said be intelligible to himself, 78 4, 12 | intelligible to himself, it is not said at all to the man who does 79 4, 12 | he is understood, he has said his say, whatever may have 80 4, 13 | of the truth of what is said, it is useless to be pleased 81 4, 13 | the manner in which it is said, if it be not so learnt 82 4, 14 | preferable, even though what is said should be less intelligible, 83 4, 14 | is spoken of when it is said, "I will praise Thee among 84 4, 15 | many things that may be said, and many ways of saying 85 4, 16 | as a father?" Is it not said in the Second Epistle: " 86 4, 17 | pray and strive, as we have said above, to be heard with 87 4, 21 | Israel also wept again and said, Who shall give us flesh 88 4, 23 | example, when, as I have said, a knotty question comes 89 4, 26 | assistance of Him of whom it is said, "Thy testimonies are very 90 4, 26 | does not understand what is said? And who will stay to listen 91 4, 28 | thinks that a thing is well said in proportion as it is true 92 4, 29 | of life. And so God has said that they steal His words


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