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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| those who are likely to take exception to the work, or 2 1, 15 | it in His power thus to take it up again. With what assurance, 3 1, 16 | the eternal world, He may take it to Himself as His bride, 4 1, 24 | soul. And until this shall take place, "the flesh lusteth 5 1, 26 | our neighbour. Now, if you take yourself in your entirety, 6 1, 28 | good of them all, you must take the matter as decided for 7 1, 29 | them, seeing they cannot take away from us what we love; 8 1, 32 | to His goodness. When we take pity upon a man and care 9 1, 34 | setting out, determined to take a fleshly body. Whence also 10 1, 36 | astray, he may sometimes take cross roads, or even go 11 2, 8 | truth, so that they will not take first possession of a weak 12 2, 12 | of an adulterer will not take deep root," is a more suitable 13 2, 13 | phrase, which we cannot now take away from the lips of the 14 2, 13 | right understanding. But take, on the other hand, the 15 2, 24 | are bent upon deceiving, take care to provide for each 16 2, 24 | entangled him in. For, to take an illustration, the same 17 2, 24 | completed their observations, take pains not to see the flight 18 2, 25 | fictions, in whose lies men take delight, are human devices, 19 2, 37 | better training. We must take care, however, that they 20 2, 40 | fellowship of these men, ought to take away from them, and to devote 21 2, 40 | indispensable in this life, we must take and turn to a Christian 22 2, 41 | and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn 23 3, 2 | faith in either way you take it, and therefore must be 24 3, 3 | reader whether he should take the word "os" as short or 25 3, 4 | not contrary to faith to take it either way. But in the 26 3, 4 | rather dangerous liberty to take. It has been taken, however 27 3, 5 | miserable slavery of the soul to take signs for things, and to 28 3, 7 | For any statue you like to take is as much god to me as 29 3, 7 | representations of gods. If, then, to take a sign which has been established 30 3, 7 | how much more so is it to take signs intended to represent 31 3, 9 | follow the letter, and to take signs for the things that 32 3, 10 | that which tells us not to take a literal form of speech 33 3, 11 | were spoken figuratively. Take, for example, that saying 34 3, 12 | there narrated we are to take not only in its historical 35 3, 12 | description: so we must take heed in regard to other 36 3, 14 | men did not perceive, to take only one example, that the 37 3, 18 | chap. 18. We must take into consideration the time 38 3, 18 | crime or a vice even if we take it literally and not figuratively, 39 3, 18 | Lord. Thou knowest that I take not this my sister for lust, 40 3, 21 | guest came to him spared to take of his own flock, but set 41 3, 21 | immoderate desire did not take up its abode with him, but 42 3, 23 | that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall." For 43 3, 26 | words addressed to God, "Take hold of shield and buckler 44 3, 26 | protection of any kind, we must take it as signifying nothing 45 3, 34 | other nation you choose to take which contains numerous 46 3, 34 | more surely in the genus. Take, for example, what the prophet 47 3, 34 | before their eyes. For I will take you from among the heathen, 48 3, 34 | put within you; and I will take away the stony heart out 49 3, 34 | put within you; and I will take away the stony heart out 50 3, 34 | And therefore we ought to take this saying "And I will 51 3, 34 | purpose of God, which was to take place in its own time, and 52 3, 36 | let him not come down to take it away; and he that is 53 3, 37 | and the same person, to take pains to understand which 54 4, 1 | those who were likely to take exception to the work, I 55 4, 2 | person of its defenders is to take its stand unarmed against 56 4, 3 | which ought evidently to take precedence of it. For men 57 4, 7 | man devour you, if a man take of you, if a man exalt himself, 58 4, 7 | man devour you, if a man take of you, if a man exalt himself." 59 4, 7 | a model of eloquence, we take it from those epistles which 60 4, 8 | But although I take some examples of eloquence 61 4, 10 | and intelligible, he will take these by preference; if, 62 4, 15 | wants of a pious mind: "Take no thought how or what ye 63 4, 18 | another: why do ye not rather take wrong? Why do ye not rather 64 4, 20 | species of harmony would take the closing sentences of 65 4, 20 | while adding harmony, we take away none of the weight 66 4, 21 | yet devoted themselves to take the vows of virginity, but 67 4, 21 | To prevail on any one to take a step of such a nature 68 4, 29 | deliver. Now, if such men take what has been written with 69 4, 29 | neighbour. For those who steal take what does not belong to


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