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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| should still be found to make objections, yet at least 2 pref, 0| if God had not chosen to make use of men as the ministers 3 pref, 0| outset to any who might make preliminary objections, 4 pref, 0| start I have thought good to make on the road I am about to 5 1, 2 | into the bitter waters to make them sweet, nor the stone 6 1, 3 | are objects of enjoyment make us happy. Those things which 7 1, 3 | can attain the things that make us happy and rest in them. 8 1, 4 | find, however, that we must make use of some mode of conveyance, 9 1, 4 | home whose delights would make us truly happy. Such is 10 1, 12 | clear, He condescended to make Himself manifest to the 11 1, 24 | this in a perverse spirit, make war upon their own body 12 1, 24 | its evil habit and thus to make it subject to the spirit, 13 1, 24 | even in this life we must make it an object to have the 14 1, 32 | then, which God is said to make of us has no reference to 15 1, 33 | beyond this delight, and make it a means to that which 16 2, 2 | themselves by which they make known the desires in their 17 2, 4 | impossible, however, to make those signs common to all 18 2, 14 | tongues, we must either make inquiry about them from 19 2, 15 | scruple or from jealousy, to make known to other nations, 20 2, 16 | insignificant plant, cannot make out why it is said, Purge 21 2, 23 | King Saul, that does not make such sacrilegious observances 22 2, 25 | those signs which the actors make in dancing were of force 23 2, 25 | differences they choose to make in bodily dress and ornament 24 2, 28 | actions together we can make it out, yet that no shadow 25 2, 32 | but he does not himself make it so, he only points out 26 2, 37 | do not at the same time make it more inclined to mischief 27 2, 37 | and catching questions, or make them think that they have 28 2, 38 | could at his own pleasure make the first syllable of Italia 29 2, 38 | are not nine, or do not make a square, or are not the 30 2, 38 | beneath it, does not strive to make all things redound to the 31 2, 41 | shall be whiter than snow. Make me to hear joy and gladness." 32 3, 2 | But when proper words make Scripture ambiguous, we 33 3, 2 | God,and God was), so as to make the next sentence run, " 34 3, 2 | of the flesh], so as to make the next sentence, "et spiritus 35 3, 3 | pronounced in such a way as to make what follows an answer to 36 3, 3 | who justifieth," and to make a second question, "Who 37 3, 3 | pronounced in such a way as to make the first part a question 38 3, 3 | from Thee, which Thou didst make in secret," it is not clear 39 3, 3 | as short or long. If he make it short, it is the singular 40 3, 3 | singular of ossa [bones]; if he make it long, it is the singular 41 3, 7 | any of them endeavoured to make it out that their idols 42 3, 7 | What difference does it make to me, for instance, that 43 3, 7 | however, that they who make gods of the works of man 44 3, 7 | sunk lower than they who make gods of the works of God. 45 3, 11 | to obscure the sense, and make it allegorical or enigmatical, 46 3, 12 | manner of seeking them, that make what we do either praiseworthy 47 3, 21 | the poor man's ewe-lamb to make a feast for his king, but 48 3, 28 | Scripture, it remains for us to make it clear by the evidence 49 3, 29 | the tone of voice that we make an antiphrasis to indicate 50 3, 29 | plenty;" or we add words that make it plain we mean the opposite 51 3, 30 | rules, and, as it were, to make keys for, and put windows 52 3, 32 | they have not known; I will make darkness light before them, 53 3, 35 | also a whole day, we cannot make out the three days and three 54 3, 36 | their proper place. And we make mistakes if we do not understand 55 3, 37 | the promises and the law, make one meaning to be understood 56 3, 37 | be counselled not only to make themselves acquainted with 57 4, 5 | For the sweeter we try to make such things, the easier 58 4, 5 | things, the easier it is to make their wholesomeness serviceable. 59 4, 6 | of eloquence which they make their boast, are to be found 60 4, 6 | either to condemn it or to make an ostentatious display 61 4, 7 | most beautiful variety, make up the whole form and features ( 62 4, 7 | each clause separately and make six altogether, or whether 63 4, 7 | the sixth to the fifth, make three most elegant periods 64 4, 7 | affliction of Joseph," so as to make a period of two members; 65 4, 8 | all their deliverances to make it their first and chief 66 4, 12 | the style of speech should make the truth pleasing, or that 67 4, 15 | hearts of all? And who can make us say what we ought, and 68 4, 16 | soul only when God works to make them of advantage, who could 69 4, 20 | disannul, that it should make the promise of none effect. 70 4, 20 | the Lord Jesus Christ, and make not provision for the flesh, 71 4, 21 | Lord says, 'Thou can't not make one hair white or black;' 72 4, 24 | thought incredible, not to make them do what they knew they 73 4, 25 | vain of their eloquence and make a boast of panegyrics, and 74 4, 25 | pleasure. We, however, ought to make that end subordinate to 75 4, 26 | unsuitably adorned, nor is it to make the giving of pleasure its 76 4, 28 | no other purpose than to make the truth plain, pleasing 77 4, 29 | not compose what they say make it their own by composing


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