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1 pref, 0| out of the body," as the apostle says,and there hear unspeakable 2 pref, 0| consider the fact that the Apostle Paul himself, although stricken 3 pref, 0| the sacraments from the apostle's hands, but was also instructed 4 pref, 0| read, was not sent by the apostle to an angel, nor was it 5 1, 16 | Church is His body, as the apostle's teaching shows us;and 6 1, 24 | hate his own body. For the apostle says truly, "No man ever 7 1, 24 | is the statement of the apostle when he says, "No man ever 8 1, 30 | in the Gospel, and by the Apostle Paul. For when the man to 9 1, 30 | And so also the Apostle Paul teaches when he says: " 10 1, 30 | Whoever then supposes that the apostle did not embrace every man 11 1, 30 | most pernicious, that the apostle thought it no sin, if a 12 1, 33 | happiness. For even the apostle exclaims, "Was Paul crucified 13 1, 34 | might dwell among us, the apostle yet says: "Yea, though we 14 1, 34 | their journey in Him. The apostle, therefore, although still 15 1, 39 | perfect here. Therefore the apostle says: "Now abideth faith, 16 1, 40 | easy mind. For while the apostle says "love," he adds "out 17 2, 8 | worthy to be the seat of an apostle and to receive epistles. 18 2, 8 | fourteen epistles of the Apostle Paul one to the Romans, 19 2, 10 | signifies, according to the apostle's explanation, when it says: " 20 2, 12 | that expression of the apostle, when he says, "If by any 21 2, 13 | hand, the saying of the apostle: "Quod stultum est Dei, 22 2, 16 | off the old man, as the apostle says, that we may put on 23 2, 23 | apostles of the Lord, the Apostle Paul did not spare the evil 24 2, 23 | were anything," says the apostle; "but because the things 25 2, 23 | with devils." Now what the apostle has said about idols and 26 2, 31 | condemns. For example, the apostle did not draw true conclusions 27 2, 32 | reasoning I have quoted from the Apostle Paul proceeds. For the antecedent 28 2, 32 | by those whose error the apostle wished to overthrow. Next, 29 2, 41 | upon that saying of the apostle's, "Knowledge puffeth up, 30 3, 2 | context. It is where the apostle says: "What I shall choose 31 3, 2 | interpretation which makes the apostle seem not only in a strait 32 3, 3 | in that passage where the apostle says, "What shall we say 33 3, 3 | example, that saying of the apostle, "Of the which I tell you 34 3, 4 | the Corinthians, where the apostle says, "I protest by your 35 3, 5 | literally. For the saying of the apostle applies in this case too: " 36 3, 6 | invisible God of all. And the apostle describes this bondage as 37 3, 11 | example, that saying of the apostle: "But, after thy hardness 38 3, 18 | And those men to whom the apostle permitted as a matter of 39 3, 23 | tremble at that saying of the apostle: "Wherefore let him that 40 3, 26 | faith, "wherewith," says the apostle, "ye shall be able to quench 41 3, 26 | putting on," says the apostle, "the breastplate of faith 42 3, 33 | in mind the saying of the apostle: "Peace be to the brethren, 43 3, 33 | according to the saying of the apostle, "There must be also heresies 44 3, 34 | house of Israel of which the apostle says "Behold Israel after 45 3, 34 | And that saying of the apostle, when he is commending the 46 3, 34 | of flesh from which the apostle's expression, "the fleshy 47 3, 34 | already given; just as the apostle, writing to Timothy, speaks 48 4, 7 | who would not see what the apostle meant to say, and how wisely 49 4, 7 | expression) to contend that the apostle had here followed the rules 50 4, 7 | I do not affirm that the apostle was guided by the rules 51 4, 7 | passages I have quoted from the apostle's writings, to point out 52 4, 7 | that I have selected the Apostle Paul because he is our great 53 4, 16 | ye ask Him;" or that the Apostle Paul should not have given 54 4, 16 | are we to think? Does the apostle in any way contradict himself, 55 4, 16 | my God." And so the same apostle says to Timothy himself, 56 4, 18 | And when the apostle spoke about trials in regard 57 4, 18 | God?" Why is it that the apostle is so indignant, and that 58 4, 20 | calm, subdued style in the Apostle Paul, where he says: "Tell 59 4, 20 | the following words of the apostle we have the temperate style: " 60 4, 20 | Greek language, in which the apostle spoke, those who are better 61 4, 20 | digs out of the ground. The apostle in the following passage 62 4, 21 | the warning voice of the apostle: 'Purge out the old leaven, 63 4, 27 | himself." Wherefore, also, the apostle says: "Whether in pretence 64 4, 27 | preached. Wherefore the apostle, writing to Timothy, after 65 4, 28 | govern him. This is what the apostle says: "Not with wisdom of 66 4, 29 | not for nothing that the apostle says of such men: "They


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