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63 mind
63 put
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63 wisdom
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60 called
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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wisdom

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| and yet he, with great wisdom and entire absence of jealous 2 1, 8 | because He is unchangeable Wisdom~ 3 1, 8 | but on the contrary is wisdom itself. For a wise intelligence, 4 1, 8 | one that has attained to wisdom, was, previous to its attaining 5 1, 8 | previous to its attaining wisdom, unwise. But wisdom itself 6 1, 8 | attaining wisdom, unwise. But wisdom itself never was unwise, 7 1, 8 | never caught sight of this wisdom, they could never with entire 8 1, 9 | superiority of unchangeable: wisdom to that which is variable~ 9 1, 9 | that a life of unchangeable wisdom is preferable to one of 10 1, 11 | Chap. 11. Wisdom becoming incarnate, a pattern 11 1, 11 | wholly incapable, had not Wisdom condescended to adapt Himself 12 1, 11 | than men." And thus, though Wisdom was Himself our home, He 13 1, 12 | Chap. 12. In what sense the Wisdom of God came to us~ 14 1, 12 | For after that, in the wisdom of God, the world by wisdom 15 1, 12 | wisdom of God, the world by wisdom knew not God, it pleased 16 1, 12 | knew Him not." Thus, in the wisdom of God, the world by wisdom 17 1, 12 | wisdom of God, the world by wisdom knew not God. Why then did 18 1, 14 | Chap. 14. How the wisdom of God healed man~ 19 1, 14 | usefulness, so our medicine, Wisdom, was by His assumption of 20 1, 14 | like; in the same way the Wisdom of God in healing man has 21 1, 14 | We were ensnared by the wisdom of the serpent: we are set 22 1, 14 | as the former was called wisdom, but was in reality the 23 1, 14 | foolishness, but is true wisdom in those who overcome the 24 2, 6 | Spirit has, with admirable wisdom and care for our welfare, 25 2, 7 | chap. 7. Steps to wisdom: first, fear; second, piety; 26 2, 7 | seventh, stop or termination, wisdom~ 27 2, 7 | could devise by our own wisdom. ~ 28 2, 7 | life. Such a son ascends to wisdom which is the seventh and 29 2, 7 | God is the beginning of wisdom. From that beginning, then, 30 2, 7 | beginning, then, till we reach wisdom itself, our way is by the 31 2, 8 | the Lord shall grant me wisdom. The most skilful interpreter 32 2, 8 | For two books, one called Wisdom and the other Ecclesiasticus, 33 2, 16 | direction to imitate the wisdom of the serpent, and to put 34 2, 31 | There is one that showeth wisdom in words, and is hated;" 35 2, 40 | he was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians. And to 36 3, 14 | awake into the light of wisdom have thought that there 37 3, 21 | inflamed with a desire for wisdom, but after he had attained 38 3, 37 | they read, "The Lord giveth wisdom: out of His mouth comets 39 4, arg | combination of eloquence with wisdom. He points out that perspicuity 40 4, 2 | a fool as to think this wisdom? Since, then, the faculty 41 4, 5 | chap. 5. Wisdom of more importance than 42 4, 5 | can argue and speak with wisdom, if not with eloquence, 43 4, 5 | they confess that "though wisdom without eloquence is of 44 4, 5 | states, yet eloquence without wisdom is frequently a positive 45 4, 5 | true, that is, the heavenly wisdom which comes down from the 46 4, 5 | ministers of this higher wisdom! Now a man speaks with more 47 4, 5 | speaks with more or less wisdom just as he has made more 48 4, 5 | desire to speak not only with wisdom, but with eloquence also ( 49 4, 5 | with eloquence, but with wisdom also. For eloquent speakers 50 4, 5 | Scriptures, not only with wisdom, but with eloquence as well; 51 4, 6 | writers unite eloquence with wisdom~ 52 4, 6 | suggest themselves; as if wisdom were walking out of its 53 4, 7 | so I do not deny that his wisdom naturally produced, and 54 4, 7 | eloquently he speaks! But wisdom is his guide, eloquence 55 4, 7 | attentive perceive how much wisdom there is in these words. 56 4, 7 | but it flowed forth in wisdom and eloquence from the divine 57 4, 7 | eloquence from the divine mind; wisdom not aiming at eloquence, 58 4, 7 | eloquence not shrinking from wisdom. For if, as certain very 59 4, 25 | who aspire to speak with wisdom and eloquence to secure. 60 4, 26 | who wishes to speak with wisdom and eloquence, viz. perspicuity, 61 4, 28 | apostle says: "Not with wisdom of words, lest the cross 62 4, 28 | than eloquently without wisdom. ~ 63 4, 29 | what has been written with wisdom and eloquence by others,


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