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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| fellow-men. For how could that be true which is written, "The temple 2 1, arg | to the expression, of the true sense of Scripture. He shows 3 1, arg | our highest good and our true happiness. We are prevented 4 1, 5 | Chap. 5. The Trinity the true object of enjoyment~ 5 1, 5 | The true objects of enjoyment, then, 6 1, 6 | syllables in itself conveys no true knowledge of His nature; 7 1, 14 | called foolishness, but is true wisdom in those who overcome 8 1, 16 | unity and love, which is its true health. Moreover He exercises 9 1, 22 | then, those only are the true objects of enjoyment which 10 1, 22 | the sake of Him who is the true object of enjoyment. For 11 1, 29 | the enjoyment of whom is true happiness of life, to whom 12 1, 31 | sake, and that nothing is a true object of enjoyment except 13 1, 37 | that these statements are true and certain, then it follows 14 1, 37 | former passage cannot be the true one: and so it comes to 15 1, 38 | soul, which has its only true and sure resting-place in 16 2, arg | heathen, so far as they are true and useful, may be turned 17 2, 3 | the mind. Our Lord, it is true, gave a sign through the 18 2, 6 | body; men who, as good and true servants of God, have come 19 2, 12 | swift. And so he saw the true meaning who translated: " 20 2, 13 | an effort attain to the true meaning, but still a man 21 2, 16 | put on, not a false, but a true and human body. And in several 22 2, 18 | but let every good and true Christian understand that 23 2, 21 | seek with pains for the true position of the stars at 24 2, 23 | Acts of the Apostles bore true testimony to the apostles 25 2, 28 | they said that was good and true from our literature, than 26 2, 31 | close an imitation of the true, as to deceive not only 27 2, 31 | the proposition is in part true, the one man being cunning 28 2, 31 | the apostle did not draw true conclusions when he said, " 29 2, 31 | that since they would be true if the dead rise not, there 30 2, 31 | may be drawn not only from true but from false propositions, 31 2, 32 | false," says what is most true; but he does not himself 32 2, 33 | conclusion arrived at is true. But in the case of false 33 2, 33 | conclusion is false, but it is a true and valid inference from 34 2, 33 | unsound where the opinions are true. For example, suppose that 35 2, 33 | these statements may be true, still the principle of 36 2, 33 | is unsound. For it is not true that, as when the consequent 37 2, 33 | false. For the statement is true, "If he is an orator, he 38 2, 34 | to propositions that are true and certain, they themselves, 39 2, 34 | Many, again, who hold the true opinions have an unfounded 40 2, 35 | omitted that does. This is true, even though the things 41 2, 35 | defined or divided are not true. For even falsehood itself 42 2, 35 | and this definition is true, although falsehood itself 43 2, 35 | falsehood itself cannot be true. We can also divide it, 44 2, 35 | to things that cannot be true at all, the other in regard 45 2, 35 | possible they might be, true. For example, the man who 46 2, 35 | eleven, says what cannot be true under any circumstances; 47 2, 35 | is false may be perfectly true, although what is false 48 2, 35 | cannot, of course, itself be true. ~ 49 2, 36 | The rules of eloquence are true, though sometimes used to 50 2, 36 | these rules are not the less true that they can be used for 51 2, 36 | in which they are used be true or false, are themselves 52 2, 36 | or false, are themselves true just in so far as they are 53 2, 37 | things they have learnt the true secret of a happy life. 54 2, 37 | knees. For what he says is true, and one cannot walk in 55 2, 38 | number six, or that it is not true that they are not the double 56 2, 38 | which he perceives to be true derive their truth, and 57 2, 40 | have said aught that is true and in harmony with our 58 3, arg | no interpretation can be true which does not promote the 59 3, 24 | way until we arrive at a true interpretation, especially 60 3, 30 | would have said what was true, and he would not, by attributing 61 3, 32 | that the rule is about the true and the mixed body of the 62 3, 32 | body of the Lord, or the true and the counterfeit, or 63 3, 35 | number of days cannot be true, unless we suppose that 64 4, 2 | either to defend what is true, or to refute what is false? 65 4, 3 | at all. Whether this be true or not, why need we inquire? 66 4, 4 | Scripture, the defender of the true faith and the opponent of 67 4, 5 | eloquent what he says must be true. And this opinion is held 68 4, 5 | they were ignorant of the true, that is, the heavenly wisdom 69 4, 7 | chap. 7. Examples of true eloquence drawn from the 70 4, 11 | For teaching, of course, true eloquence consists, not 71 4, 12 | pointed out (and this is the true function of teaching), it 72 4, 12 | gives pleasure; but as it is true that they are false, the 73 4, 12 | speech which shows this to be true gives pleasure. ~ 74 4, 13 | to confess that they are true. When, however, the truth 75 4, 14 | cannot be, unless what is true and just be expressed with 76 4, 16 | despised though God makes the true teacher~ 77 4, 20 | report: as deceivers, and yet true; as unknown, and yet well 78 4, 21 | as Christ says, 'I am the true vine,' it follows that the 79 4, 21 | is polluted, and what is true is changed by meretricious 80 4, 25 | hearers that what he says is true; in the majestic style, 81 4, 26 | that what you say is both true and agreeable, and yet is 82 4, 27 | lives wickedly, may, it is true, instruct many who are anxious 83 4, 27 | that is, what is right and true in itself may be preached 84 4, 27 | Jesus Christ's. But since true believers obey the voice, 85 4, 28 | said in proportion as it is true in fact, and that a teacher 86 4, 28 | the objects of love are true and not false. For as a 87 4, 29 | these statements must be true, both being made by Him 88 4, 29 | belongs to himself. But when true believers render this service 89 4, 29 | believers render this service to true believers, both parties


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