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84 themselves
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| to no purpose, because, though they understand the rules, 2 pref, 0| As for those who, even though they know and understand 3 pref, 0| sight of their eyes. For though I can move my finger to 4 pref, 0| obscurities of Scripture, though not instructed in any rules 5 1, arg | except God, are for use; for, though some of them may be loved, 6 1, 1 | began to distribute them, though the wants of so many thousands 7 1, 2 | instead of his son; for these, though they are things, are also 8 1, 11 | stronger than men." And thus, though Wisdom was Himself our home, 9 1, 12 | And though He is everywhere present 10 1, 13 | change: so the Divine Word, though suffering no change of nature, 11 1, 25 | desires more. For the miser, though he loves money, buys bread 12 1, 26 | these two commandments. For though, when the love of God comes 13 1, 29 | theatres, dens of iniquity though they be, if a man is fond 14 1, 30 | prayer, "I behaved myself as though he had been my friend or 15 1, 34 | apostle yet says: "Yea, though we have known Christ after 16 1, 34 | to temporal things, even though these have been put on and 17 1, 36 | deceptive nor mendacious, even though it be faulty. The interpreter, 18 1, 36 | building up of love, even though he does not happen upon 19 2, 1 | are in themselves, even though they are signs of something 20 2, 1 | telltale countenance, even though we do nothing with the intention 21 2, 3 | part consist of words. For though the bugle and the flute 22 2, 6 | drawn from the sacred books, though the fact would remain the 23 2, 7 | whatever is there written, even though it be hidden, is better 24 2, 7 | strangers in this world, even though our conversation be in heaven. 25 2, 8 | churches of greater authority (though this is not a very likely 26 2, 13 | ancients who spoke Latin. And though these sometimes do not interfere 27 2, 13 | free from ambiguity, even though it be free from solecism. 28 2, 15 | especially by that of those who, though they were seventy in number, 29 2, 18 | help is to be despised even though it come from a profane source~ 30 2, 23 | hearken not unto them." For though the ghost of the dead Samuel 31 2, 23 | the less detestable; and though the ventriloquist woman 32 2, 35 | definition is not false, though it may be applied to falsities~ 33 2, 35 | does. This is true, even though the things to be defined 34 2, 35 | to things that are not, though it is possible they might 35 2, 36 | rules of eloquence are true, though sometimes used to persuade 36 2, 38 | discovered by investigation. For, though Virgil could at his own 37 3, 6 | other nations; because, though the former were in bondage 38 3, 6 | carnal offerings and types, though they did not clearly apprehend 39 3, 18 | near to God than those who, though they had each of them numerous 40 3, 21 | 21. David not lustful, though he fell into adultery~ 41 3, 21 | been guilty of no crime, though he was dreadfully afflicted 42 3, 21 | ewe-lamb, and whose neighbour, though he had many, yet when a 43 3, 22 | taken literally, and which, though the authors of them are 44 3, 27 | words of Scripture, even though the meaning the writer intended 45 3, 34 | is elsewhere said, "For though the number of the children 46 3, 37 | but of those also who, though they really belong to him, 47 3, 37 | figurative expression, even though the name of the trope is 48 4, arg | earnest prayer from God, though we are not to forget to 49 4, 3 | which they are written, even though he does not aim at this, 50 4, 5 | profit to his hearers, even though he profit them less than 51 4, 5 | for they confess that "though wisdom without eloquence 52 4, 5 | which treat of eloquence, though they were ignorant of the 53 4, 5 | bound to speak wisely, even though he cannot speak eloquently, 54 4, 5 | Scripture; and he himself, though small and weak in his own 55 4, 6 | understand these writers, though their eloquence is then 56 4, 7 | compelled to speak of himself though he ascribes this as folly 57 4, 7 | concerning reproach, as though we had been weak. Howbeit, 58 4, 7 | have less than two members, though it may have more: "I say 59 4, 7 | concerning reproach, as though we had been weak." Then 60 4, 7 | orator. For when he says, "Though I be rude in speech, yet 61 4, 8 | obscurity of the sacred writers, though compatible with eloquence, 62 4, 10 | in vulgarity of speech; though good teachers have, or ought 63 4, 13 | moved by the force of truth, though it is demonstrated to his 64 4, 14 | assuredly it is preferable, even though what is said should be less 65 4, 16 | directions not to be despised though God makes the true teacher~ 66 4, 16 | contradict himself, when, though he says that men are made 67 4, 16 | are we to understand, that though the duty of men to teach 68 4, 16 | the increase? Wherefore though holy men be our helpers, 69 4, 16 | heal without their aid, though they cannot without His), 70 4, 17 | be called eloquent, even though he do not carry with him 71 4, 18 | is in no degree lessened, though the matters to which justice 72 4, 19 | one can adequately praise, though there is no one who does 73 4, 20 | after the manner of men: Though it be but a man's covenant, 74 4, 20 | honour." And these also, though expressed in single clauses, 75 4, 20 | Hebrew language at least; though, in order to give an accurate 76 4, 21 | writings of the apostles, though clear, are yet profound, 77 4, 21 | St. Ambrose also, though dealing with a question 78 4, 21 | had heard from God, that, though thousands of the people 79 4, 21 | angry if he love another, though he is taught adultery in 80 4, 21 | acting the pander's part, and though she be vile, it is herself 81 4, 22 | off more gracefully, even though it extend to greater length. 82 4, 27 | who are anxious to learn; though, as it is written, he "is 83 4, 27 | the truth can be preached, though not in truth, that is, what 84 4, 27 | with profit by others. For though they seek their own objects, 85 4, 27 | them to say what was good, though they did what was evil. 86 4, 29 | say and do not." And so, though they do not, yet they say.


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