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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| the apostle to an angel, nor was it an angel who explained 2 pref, 0| what he did not understand, nor was he inwardly illuminated 3 1, 2 | waters to make them sweet, nor the stone which Jacob used 4 1, 2 | Jacob used as a pillow, nor the ram which Abraham offered 5 1, 5 | The Father is not the Son nor the Holy Spirit; the Son 6 1, 5 | the Son is not the Father nor the Holy Spirit; the Holy 7 1, 5 | Spirit is not the Father nor the Son: but the Father 8 1, 7 | exalt the excellence of God: nor could any one be found to 9 1, 21 | chap. 21. Neither body nor soul extinguished at death~ 10 1, 21 | that neither the human soul nor the human body suffers complete 11 1, 27 | what he ought not to love, nor fails to love what he ought 12 1, 27 | love what he ought to love, nor loves that more which ought 13 1, 27 | ought to be loved less, nor loves that equally which 14 1, 27 | loved either less or more, nor loves that less or more 15 1, 31 | For if He neither enjoys nor uses us, I am at a loss 16 1, 36 | not perniciously deceptive nor mendacious, even though 17 2, 2 | perceptions, or their thoughts. Nor is there any reason for 18 2, 8 | possession of a weak mind, nor, cheating it with dangerous 19 2, 8 | order of the preceding books nor with one another, such as 20 2, 13 | not fliriet, but florebit. Nor does anything stand in the 21 2, 16 | in cleansing the lungs, nor the power it is said to 22 2, 17 | had seen them in visions, nor because they had presented 23 2, 18 | understanding of Holy Scripture; nor does it follow that we must 24 2, 18 | Mercury discovered them; nor because they have dedicated 25 2, 21 | Nor can we exclude from this 26 2, 21 | she had never possessed, nor sought to possess, in life. 27 2, 22 | Nor is it to the point to say 28 2, 26 | unlawful in learning them, nor do they involve us in superstition, 29 2, 31 | this fact was not in vain, nor was their faith in vain 30 2, 35 | falsities, is not itself false, nor framed by man's device, 31 2, 35 | that neither in definition, nor in division, nor in partition, 32 2, 35 | definition, nor in division, nor in partition, is anything 33 2, 35 | pertain to the matter in hand, nor anything to be omitted that 34 2, 36 | who put it to a bad use. Nor is it owing to an arrangement 35 2, 38 | not the triple of three, nor one and a half times the 36 2, 41 | knowledge which puffeth up, nor boast vainly of the riches 37 3, 4 | the design of the writer, nor a comparison of translations, 38 3, 4 | comparison of translations, nor a reference to the original 39 3, 11 | these are not so numerous, nor placed in such a way as 40 3, 14 | the deep sleep of folly, nor were able to awake into 41 3, 20 | they were honoured by men, nor cast down when they were 42 3, 26 | fiery darts of the wicked." Nor ought we, on the other hand, 43 4, 7 | reciting it with spirit. Nor was it composed by man's 44 4, 10 | idiom is neither ambiguous nor obscure) not in the way 45 4, 10 | it is neither customary nor decorous for a person to 46 4, 11 | like what they disliked, nor in making them do what they 47 4, 12 | teaching), it is not the fact, nor is it the intention, that 48 4, 16 | he who planteth anything, nor he who watereth, but God 49 4, 20 | persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, 50 4, 20 | neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, 51 4, 20 | death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, 52 4, 20 | angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, 53 4, 20 | principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things 54 4, 20 | powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, 55 4, 20 | present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any 56 4, 20 | things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, 57 4, 20 | nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall 58 4, 20 | my flesh ye despised not, nor rejected; but received me 59 4, 21 | not beauty of diction, nor the swaying of the mind 60 4, 21 | pity would not blush for, nor modesty pass by. There is 61 4, 21 | bearing is not voluptuous, nor her gait too free, nor her 62 4, 21 | nor her gait too free, nor her voice petulant; so that 63 4, 21 | style is neither subdued nor temperate, but majestic 64 4, 26 | can neither give pleasure nor enforce conviction? The 65 4, 26 | altogether without ornament, nor unsuitably adorned, nor 66 4, 26 | nor unsuitably adorned, nor is it to make the giving 67 4, 29 | no divisions among them. Nor are such men to be alarmed


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