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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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faith

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| to the proper objects of faith, hope, and love. And without 2 1, arg | These matters relating to faith having been expounded, the 3 1, arg | shows, in conclusion, that faith, hope, and love are graces 4 1, 15 | Chap. 15. Faith is buttressed by the resurrection 5 1, 15 | heaven, has strengthened our faith by adding a great buttress 6 1, 18 | should be saved by the same faith and repentance on the ground 7 1, 18 | when he has ceased to have faith in the results of his own 8 1, 21 | And so faith clings to the assurance, 9 1, 36 | useful. For no liar keeps faith in the matter about which 10 1, 36 | Now every man who breaks faith is unjust. Either, then, 11 1, 37 | destroy him. "For we walk by faith, not by sight." Now faith 12 1, 37 | faith, not by sight." Now faith will totter if the authority 13 1, 37 | begin to shake. And then, if faith totter, love itself will 14 1, 37 | if a man has fallen from faith, he must necessarily also 15 1, 37 | prophecy are subservient: faith, hope, love. ~ 16 1, 38 | But sight shall displace faith; and hope shall be swallowed 17 1, 38 | fail. For if we love by faith that which as yet we see 18 1, 39 | 39. He who is mature in faith hope and love, needs Scripture 19 1, 39 | man who is resting upon faith, hope and love, and who 20 1, 39 | so great an edifice of faith and love has been built 21 1, 39 | apostle says: "Now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; 22 1, 40 | good conscience, and of faith unfeigned," and is bent 23 1, 40 | third place he says: "and of faith unfeigned." For if our faith 24 1, 40 | faith unfeigned." For if our faith is free from all hypocrisy, 25 1, 40 | speak about the objects of faith, as far as I thought it 26 2, 7 | see, because we walk by faith, not by sight, while we 27 2, 9 | rules of life or rules of faith, are to be searched into 28 2, 9 | all matters that concern faith and the manner of life, 29 2, 11 | in the early days of the faith every man who happened to 30 2, 12 | sight, and is abiding, but faith feeds us as babes, upon 31 2, 12 | things (for now we walk by faith, not by sight); as, moreover, 32 2, 12 | moreover, unless we walk by faith, we shall not attain to 33 2, 16 | persecutors, lest the Christian faith should, as it were, be destroyed 34 2, 31 | preaching vain, and your faith is also vain;" and further 35 2, 31 | not in vain, nor was their faith in vain who had believed 36 2, 40 | and in harmony with our faith, we are not only not to 37 2, 42 | grounded and built up in faith, so that knowledge cannot 38 3, 2 | reader consult the rule of faith which he has gathered from 39 3, 2 | meaning in harmony with the faith, it remains to consult the 40 3, 2 | rejected by the rule of faith, which, in reference to 41 3, 2 | does not go against the faith in either way you take it, 42 3, 2 | up, either by the rule of faith or by the context, there 43 3, 3 | corrected either by the rule of faith, or by a reference to the 44 3, 3 | them. For example, if our faith that God will not bring 45 3, 3 | neither sense is opposed to faith. ~ 46 3, 4 | and it is not contrary to faith to take it either way. But 47 3, 10 | nothing but the catholic faith, in regard to things past, 48 3, 20 | that the apostles of our faith were neither puffed up when 49 3, 26 | hear also of the shield of faith, "wherewith," says the apostle, " 50 3, 26 | armour of this kind to assign faith to the shield only; for 51 3, 26 | place of the breastplate of faith: "putting on," says the 52 3, 26 | apostle, "the breastplate of faith and love." ~ 53 3, 33 | discussing the question about faith and works, he said that 54 3, 33 | by God as the reward of faith, but that faith itself was 55 3, 33 | reward of faith, but that faith itself was so far our own 56 3, 33 | brethren, and love with faith, from God the Father and 57 3, 33 | point, namely, that even faith itself is the gift of Him 58 3, 33 | every man the measure of faith." Whence it is said to certain 59 4, 3 | on grounds of piety and faith. If, however, such ability 60 4, 4 | the defender of the true faith and the opponent of error, 61 4, 15 | regard to every matter of faith and love there are many 62 4, 20 | sin, that the promise by faith of Jesus Christ might be 63 4, 20 | according to the proportion of faith; or ministry, let us wait 64 4, 21 | piety, who are strong in faith, humble in fear, steadfast 65 4, 27 | in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity." ~


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