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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| which it is pointed. And so both these classes had better 2 1, arg | the meaning we must attend both to things and to signs, 3 1, 3 | things, being placed among both kinds of objects, if we 4 1, 14 | Himself healer and medicine both in one. Seeing, then, that 5 1, 22 | use, themselves, or to do both. For we are commanded to 6 1, 22 | whole current of his love both for himself and his neighbour 7 1, 23 | and so it cannot but love both itself and its own body. ~ 8 1, 25 | found voluntarily to suffer both pains and amputations of 9 1, 28 | what could not be given to both. Just so among men: since 10 1, 29 | to us, partly those who both help us in our need and 11 1, 29 | whom all who love Him owe both their own existence and 12 1, 30 | are concerned, is shown both by our Lord Himself in the 13 1, 32 | other things that exist, both owe their existence entirely 14 1, 37 | believe to exist. But if he both believes and loves, then 15 1, 40 | from all hypocrisy, then we both abstain from loving what 16 2, 6 | any doubt about the facts, both that it is pleasanter in 17 2, 12 | among the Greeks means both sharp and swift. And so 18 2, 14 | succeeding context, or by both, the force and significance 19 2, 16 | chap. 16. The knowledge both of language and things is 20 2, 16 | the ark, is that we know both that the smooth touch of 21 2, 16 | interwoven with time. For both the diurnal and the annual 22 2, 16 | if receiving the witness both of the law and the prophets, 23 2, 16 | Holy Scriptures we find both numbers and music mentioned 24 2, 22 | way that would not give both the same constellation. 25 2, 24 | and so, any one who knows both languages uses this letter 26 2, 24 | of the augurs; for they, both before they observe the 27 2, 33 | about the resurrection, both the law of the inference 28 3, 2 | book about things. But if both readings, or all of them ( 29 3, 2 | to consult the context, both what goes before and what 30 3, 2 | passage, "that she may be holy both in body and in spirit," 31 3, 12 | God or our neighbour, or both. For as it was disgraceful 32 3, 18 | learn the salutary lesson, both that the custom they spurn 33 3, 20 | great men. For they were both cried up by the loud praises 34 3, 23 | the case of men so eminent both the storms that are to be 35 3, 25 | For our Lord used leaven both in a bad sense, as when 36 3, 30 | say thus much, in order both that the book may be read 37 3, 32 | persons as before, just as if both sets constituted one body 38 3, 32 | itself to be at present both; and this because the good 39 3, 34 | Israel after the flesh did both perform and endure all that 40 3, 35 | occurred "after six days." Now both of these statements about 41 4, arg | gives examples, selected both from Scripture and from 42 4, 2 | eloquence is available for both sides, and is of very great 43 4, 3 | scarcely any who can do both things that is, speak well, 44 4, 4 | and the opponent of error, both to teach what is right and 45 4, 4 | and to tell the ignorant both what is occurring at present 46 4, 5 | greater service if he can do both), I would rather send him 47 4, 7 | thoroughly acquainted with both tongues. ~ 48 4, 7 | from among his brethren, both in regard to the injuries 49 4, 10 | yet forgotten them; nay, both these classes will derive 50 4, 13 | stubborn minded men who both understand and are pleased 51 4, 13 | it profit a man that he both confesses the truth and 52 4, 14 | Wherefore this holy man shows both that he can speak in that 53 4, 15 | except Him in whose hand both we and our speeches are? 54 4, 15 | Accordingly, he who is anxious both to know and to teach should 55 4, 16 | be able by sound doctrine both to exhort and to convince 56 4, 20 | treats this subject with both power and beauty: "We know," 57 4, 21 | treatment of a subject which both of them have touched. Both 58 4, 21 | both of them have touched. Both have denounced the women 59 4, 21 | ecclesiastical writers who both speak the truth and speak 60 4, 23 | and in the quiet likewise, both the other two styles occasionally 61 4, 24 | effect is often produced both by the accurate distinctions 62 4, 25 | and when the hearers are both acquainted with it and favourably 63 4, 26 | admits that what you say is both true and agreeable, and 64 4, 26 | you must speak so as to be both intelligible and pleasing, 65 4, 28 | be able by sound doctrine both to exhort and convince the 66 4, 28 | the man who cannot speak both eloquently and wisely should 67 4, 29 | they do not say them; for both these statements must be 68 4, 29 | statements must be true, both being made by Him who is 69 4, 29 | service to true believers, both parties speak what is their 70 4, 30 | received it, they ought to pray both that they themselves may 71 4, 30 | be His "in whose hand are both we and our words." ~


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