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St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| to their fellow-men. For how could that be true which 2 pref, 0| reading, that is, shows others how to read for themselves. 3 pref, 0| that, just as he who knows how to read is not dependent 4 1, 6 | not what I desired to say. How do I know this, except from 5 1, 9 | egregiously silly as to ask, "How do you know that a life 6 1, 9 | truth about which he asks, how I know it? is unchangeably 7 1, 14 | Chap. 14. How the wisdom of God healed 8 1, 15 | hope. For it clearly shows how freely He laid down His 9 1, 15 | animated, when they reflect how great He was who suffered 10 1, 24 | candidly seek the truth how well-founded is the statement 11 1, 28 | chap. 28. How we are to decide whom to 12 1, 34 | And hence we may learn how essential it is that nothing 13 1, 36 | however, and to be shown how much better it is not to 14 1, 37 | pass, one can hardly tell how, that, out of love for his 15 1, 38 | which as yet we see not, how much more shall we love 16 1, 38 | yet we have not reached, how much more shall we love 17 2, arg | practices, the author points out how all that is sound and useful 18 2, 6 | God and their neighbour; how is it, I say, that if a 19 2, 9 | chap. 9. How we should proceed in studying 20 2, 13 | chap. 13. How faulty interpretations can 21 2, 13 | yoke of our Master. For how does it prevent our understanding 22 2, 14 | chap. 14. How the meaning of unknown words 23 2, 16 | whole body to its assailants how much light it throws upon 24 2, 16 | thus acquires new strength how appropriately it fits in 25 2, 16 | inquire in the same way, how out of the number forty 26 2, 16 | account of the Pentecost, and how this number taken thrice 27 2, 21 | they could weigh the world, how did they not more easily 28 2, 40 | when he came out of Egypt? How much Lactantius brought 29 2, 40 | to speak of living men! How much Greeks out of number 30 2, 40 | out of Egypt, not knowing how the things they gave would 31 3, 3 | chap. 3. How pronunciation serves to 32 3, 3 | hesitation, I do not see how a difference can be made. 33 3, 4 | chap. 4. How ambiguities may be solved~ 34 3, 6 | was formed, showed clearly how great an advantage it had 35 3, 7 | is bondage to the flesh, how much more so is it to take 36 3, 10 | chap. 10. How we are to discern whether 37 3, 19 | crime. Let them, then, learn how trying and difficult it 38 3, 36 | indicating the change, to tell how it was, that from having 39 3, 37 | what is said in Isaiah, "How he is fallen from heaven, 40 4, 2 | what is false are to know how to introduce their subject, 41 4, 5 | from the Father of Lights, how much more ought we to feel 42 4, 7 | apostle meant to say, and how wisely he has said it, in 43 4, 7 | this as folly to himself how wisely and how eloquently 44 4, 7 | to himself how wisely and how eloquently he speaks! But 45 4, 7 | thoughtful and attentive perceive how much wisdom there is in 46 4, 7 | cannot sufficiently express how beautiful and delightful 47 4, 7 | learnt and used to teach. But how beautiful it is, and how 48 4, 7 | how beautiful it is, and how it comes home to the intelligent 49 4, 9 | chap. 9. How, and with whom, difficult 50 4, 14 | that posterity might see how the wholesome discipline 51 4, 15 | pious mind: "Take no thought how or what ye shall speak; 52 4, 16 | that we need not direct men how or what they should teach, 53 4, 16 | Timothy and Titus as to how or what they should teach 54 4, 16 | himself gives them directions how and what they should teach? 55 4, 18 | that we shall judge angels? How much more things that pertain 56 4, 18 | giving men advice as to how they ought to conduct secular 57 4, 19 | and impressiveness, show how great a wickedness this 58 4, 20 | one towards another." And how gracefully all this is brought 59 4, 20 | order of the words. And how this sounds in the Greek 60 4, 20 | delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him also 61 4, 20 | injured me at all. Ye know how, through infirmity of the 62 4, 23 | chap. 23. How the various styles should 63 4, 25 | chap. 25. How the temperate style is to 64 4, 26 | strength of its own right arm. How explain the frequent and 65 4, 29 | good things they say. For how can they say in words what 66 4, 29 | O generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, speak 67 4, 30 | fit words into her mouth, how much more ought he to pray


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