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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 1, 1| already supplied me with many thoughts on this subject, 2 1, 1| though the wants of so many thousands were satisfied, 3 1, 7| rest, but that there are many or even innumerable gods 4 1, 14| set undertaking, will find many other points of instruction 5 1, 16| His body, then, which has many members, and all performing 6 1, 16| time, and purges it with many wholesome afflictions, that 7 1, 25| soundness of his body. For many have been found voluntarily 8 1, 30| turning the attention to many passages of Holy Scripture. 9 1, 39| instructing others. Accordingly, many live without copies of the 10 2, arg| the folly and futility of many heathen superstitions and 11 2, 2| called by her in turn; and many signs of the same kind are 12 2, 6| readers are led astray by many and manifold obscurities 13 2, 12| error has crept into so many texts, that you can hardly 14 2, 15| as is reported, and as many not unworthy of confidence 15 2, 15| the unanimous opinion of many venerable and learned men. 16 2, 16| doubt that, in the same way, many Hebrew names which have 17 2, 16| investigated and explained, many figurative expressions in 18 2, 16| serpent throws light upon many metaphors which Scripture 19 2, 16| dark, throws light upon many of the dark places in books 20 2, 16| itself is an evergreen. Many, again, by reason of their 21 2, 16| boat. And in the same way, many other numbers and combinations 22 2, 16| ten chords to have just so many strings; or whether, if 23 2, 16| temple was mentioned, compels many heretics to confess that 24 2, 22| follows that twins are in many cases born under the same 25 2, 23| baneful modes of divination, many things in the past and future 26 2, 23| superstitious observances, many things turn out agreeably 27 2, 25| thing still remembered by many old men from whom we have 28 2, 25| may resemble another in many ways, such signs are not 29 2, 31| adversary. For there are many of what are called sophisms, 30 2, 34| truth of the propositions. Many, again, who hold the true 31 2, 39| to spend his strength on many subjects for the sake of 32 2, 39| already (as I have found that many things I had no notion of 33 2, 40| And what else have many good and faithful men among 34 3, 2| which interpretation, out of many that offer themselves, it 35 3, 3| that an inquiry admits of many answers, but to an interrogative 36 3, 9| a few rites in place of many, and these at once very 37 3, 18| possible for one man to use many wives with chastity, it 38 3, 18| uses the fruitfulness of many wives for the sake of an 39 3, 21| neighbour, though he had many, yet when a guest came to 40 3, 22| his habits of life. For many things which were done as 41 3, 25| But as there are many ways in which things show 42 3, 25| pleasant." And so in a great many other case. The examples 43 3, 25| rivers of living water;" and many other things besides water 44 3, 29| unacquainted with; and in this way many obscure passages have had 45 3, 30| author himself explains many obscure passages without 46 3, 30| treasures of truth that are to many invisible. And if this system 47 3, 30| shall be laid open," but, "Many things that are shut shall 48 3, 33| them is given? There are many other testimonies besides 49 3, 35| application, and extends to many subjects. That number in 50 4, 3| and habit in the use of many words and many ornaments 51 4, 3| the use of many words and many ornaments of speech, you 52 4, 3| are more eloquent than many who have learnt these; but 53 4, 7| of boasting. Seeing that many glory after the flesh, I 54 4, 7| fourth has two: "Seeing that many glory after the flesh, I 55 4, 7| the prophets also, where many things are concealed under 56 4, 14| duty to shun and abhor, many and heinous deeds of wickedness 57 4, 15| faith and love there are many things that may be said, 58 4, 15| things that may be said, and many ways of saying them, who 59 4, 18| private, whether to one or many, whether to friends or enemies, 60 4, 20| not, And to seeds, as of many; but as of one, And to thy 61 4, 20| and he will find in them many kinds of speech of great 62 4, 20| rejoicing; as poor, yet making many rich; as having nothing, 63 4, 20| might be the firstborn among many brethren. Moreover, whom 64 4, 21| and power of expression, many examples may be found of 65 4, 24| was attempted there. In many other cases besides I have 66 4, 24| too, has made a change in many; but it was to teach them 67 4, 27| may, it is true, instruct many who are anxious to learn; 68 4, 27| Now these men do good to many by preaching what they themselves 69 4, 27| they would do good to very many more if they lived as they 70 4, 29| deception. For in this way many become preachers of the 71 4, 29| desirable), and yet not many teachers; for all deliver 72 4, 31| for my defects are very many), but the sort of man he


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