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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 1, arg| author divides his work into two parts, one relating to the 2 1, 1| There are two things on which all interpretation 3 1, 6| For the sound of those two syllables in itself conveys 4 1, 24| as they formerly had in two, unless some object was 5 1, 26| neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the 6 1, 26| loved is overlooked in these two commandments. For though, 7 1, 28| more than one person; if two persons presented themselves, 8 1, 30| to ask whether in those two commandments is included 9 1, 30| our Lord delivered those two commandments, and to whom 10 1, 39| eternal world, while the other two graces will fail, love will 11 2, arg| and shows that there are two classes of signs, the natural 12 2, arg| Scripture spring chiefly from two sources, unknown and ambiguous 13 2, 7| After these two steps of fear and piety, 14 2, 7| reference to God. And on these two commandments I touched in 15 2, 8| case the authority on the two sides is to be looked upon 16 2, 8| four books of Kings, and two of Chronicles, these last 17 2, 8| Esther, and Judith, and the two books of Maccabees, and 18 2, 8| books of Maccabees, and the two of Ezra, which last look 19 2, 8| Songs, and Ecclesiastes. For two books, one called Wisdom 20 2, 8| Paul one to the Romans, two to the Corinthians, one 21 2, 8| Ephesians, to the Philippians, two to the Thessalonians, one 22 2, 8| one to the Colossians, two to Timothy, one to Titus, 23 2, 8| Philemon, to the Hebrews: two of Peter; three of John; 24 2, 10| Now there are two causes which prevent what 25 2, 11| undertaken to instruct, need two other languages for the 26 2, 11| tongue, of which the other two I have mentioned are examples. 27 2, 11| have in our mind. And the two given above are said to 28 2, 11| it ever so little, of the two languages, ventured upon 29 2, 12| When now the meaning of the two translators is compared, 30 2, 12| wide difference between the two things. For we must learn 31 2, 14| are concerned, there are two kinds. For either a word 32 2, 16| mount between the other two, while His three disciples 33 2, 19| chap. 19. Two kinds of heathen knowledge~ 34 2, 19| cannot be omitted), there are two kinds of knowledge which 35 2, 22| hour of the birth of these two could not be marked in any 36 2, 22| and the fortunes of these two, the Scriptures bear witness, 37 2, 24| when I say, lege, these two syllables mean one thing 38 2, 35| it, saying that there are two kinds of falsehood, one 39 3, arg| we need to guard against two mistakes: 1. the interpreting 40 3, 2| if there are more than two), give a meaning in harmony 41 3, 2| I am in a strait betwixt two, having a desire to depart, 42 3, 2| habens " [having a desire for two things], or "compellor autem 43 3, 2| I am in a strait betwixt two]; and so to add: "concupiscentiam 44 3, 2| he is in a strait betwixt two, yet he has a desire for 45 3, 2| only in a strait betwixt two, but also to have a desire 46 3, 2| also to have a desire for two. We must therefore punctuate 47 3, 2| I am in a strait betwixt two]; and after this point follows: " 48 3, 2| in a strait betwixt the two? Because there is a need 49 3, 4| in the Greek language the two cases are not the same in 50 3, 10| crime. And these are the two classes into which all sins 51 3, 16| possible to interpret it in two ways, one pointing to the 52 3, 25| regard to this variation has two forms. For things that signify 53 3, 25| one of them denotes not two only but sometimes even 54 3, 27| one interpretation, but two or more interpretations 55 3, 31| interpretation which of these two refers to the head and which 56 3, 32| from the former; but as the two sets are for the present 57 3, 35| that this rule applies in two ways: either to the figure 58 3, 35| showed its fulfilment as two whole days; while the writer 59 3, 35| unbroken days between these two. This figure of speech, 60 3, 36| whereas the fact is, that the two events having been briefly 61 4, 1| commencement divided into two parts. For, after a preface, 62 4, 1| work, I said, "There are two things on which all interpretation 63 4, 7| possible, consisting of two members; for a period cannot 64 4, 7| period cannot have less than two members, though it may have 65 4, 7| boasting." The fourth has two: "Seeing that many glory 66 4, 7| also." And the fifth has two: "For ye suffer fools gladly, 67 4, 7| wise." The sixth again has two members: "for ye suffer, 68 4, 7| churches." And to this he adds two clauses in a tone of inquiry: " 69 4, 7| winds up with a period of two members: "If I must needs 70 4, 7| clauses form three periods of two members each. For he does 71 4, 7| most elegant periods of two members each: one describing 72 4, 7| is suspended on the first two members of the period, and 73 4, 7| so as to make a period of two members; in any case, it 74 4, 9| argument it may cost us. Only two conditions are to be insisted 75 4, 12| on what we say; the other two on the way we say it. He, 76 4, 12| use of gaining the first two ends if we fail in the third? 77 4, 18| place between the former two, and are on that account 78 4, 20| written, that Abraham had two sons; the one by a bond 79 4, 20| allegory: for these are the two covenants; the one from 80 4, 20| to a close in a period of two members: "Mind not high 81 4, 20| terminated by a period of two members: "Owe no man anything, 82 4, 21| throughout. Now in these two authors whom I have selected 83 4, 23| alternation with the other two styles whenever questions 84 4, 23| likewise, both the other two styles occasionally find 85 4, 24| even, who, divided into two factions and armed with 86 4, 25| the end arrived at by the two styles last mentioned is


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