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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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1 pref, 0| interpretation of Scripture which I think might with great advantage 2 pref, 0| upon this undertaking, I think it well to meet the objections 3 pref, 0| down. Others, again, will think that I have spent my labour 4 pref, 0| understand Scripture well, or think they do, and who, because 5 pref, 0| propose to lay down, and who think, therefore, that what I 6 pref, 0| Now, they would hardly think it right that they should 7 1, 6 | sound reaches their ears, to think of a nature supreme in excellence 8 1, 7 | are in bondage to sense think that either the heavens, 9 1, 7 | dazzling brightness, and think of it vaguely as infinite, 10 1, 7 | the human body, if they think that superior to all others. 11 1, 7 | to all others. Or if they think that there is no one God 12 1, 8 | And since all who think about God think of Him as 13 1, 8 | all who think about God think of Him as living, they only 14 1, 8 | absurd and unworthy who think of Him as life itself; and, 15 1, 24 | that they want. But they think a body of that kind would 16 1, 24 | body at all, because they think such a thing as that must 17 1, 36 | is ever useful, he must think that injustice is sometimes 18 1, 38 | belongs to it, so as to think it comparatively worthless 19 1, 39 | So that in their case, I think, the saying is already fulfilled: " 20 2, 1 | voice of a living man, we think of the feeling in his mind; 21 2, 7 | ourselves. We must rather think and believe that whatever 22 2, 7 | fear which leads him to think of the judgment of God, 23 2, 8 | likely thing to happen), I think that in such a case the 24 2, 12 | to one's mind. Whence, I think, that expression of the 25 2, 13 | And I am more disposed to think that this is simply the 26 2, 14 | other forms of speech, and think them less pure Latin than 27 2, 15 | men have expressed it, I think we must give way to the 28 2, 21 | to honour, they seemed to think that in putting their names 29 2, 37 | questions, or make them think that they have attained 30 2, 39 | Accordingly, I think that it is well to warn 31 2, 39 | with those around us. I think, however, there is nothing 32 2, 39 | of knowledge, the same, I think, might be done in regard 33 3, 10 | happens that a man will think nothing blameable except 34 3, 10 | hold upon their minds, they think that the expression is figurative. 35 3, 10 | possession of the mind, men think that whatever Scripture 36 3, 14 | 14. Error of those who think that there is no absolute 37 3, 16 | on his head," one would think a deed of malevolence was 38 3, 16 | lose it," we are not to think that He forbids the prudence 39 3, 19 | case of a single wife, they think utterly impossible in the 40 4, 1 | expectations of readers who may think that I am about to lay down 41 4, 1 | such from me. Not that I think such rules of no use, but 42 4, 2 | Who is such a fool as to think this wisdom? Since, then, 43 4, 3 | slower intellect, I do not think it of so much importance 44 4, 3 | elegance, cannot always think of them when they are speaking 45 4, 3 | rules themselves. Indeed, I think there are scarcely any who 46 4, 3 | and, in order to do this, think of the rules of speaking 47 4, 3 | which the speakers did not think of as aids to eloquence 48 4, 5 | is held even by those who think that the art of rhetoric 49 4, 6 | to me, and to those who think with me, is very easily 50 4, 7 | again," he says, "Let no man think me a fool: if otherwise, 51 4, 7 | I say again, let no man think me a fool." The next has 52 4, 7 | likely that serious men would think I had gone too far, than 53 4, 7 | any of the studious would think I had done enough? All these 54 4, 7 | to the ill-taught men who think our authors contemptible; 55 4, 7 | the sound of the viol, and think that ye have instruments 56 4, 14 | blessed Cyprian, which, I think, came there by accident, 57 4, 14 | of this style are apt to think that men who do not use 58 4, 16 | on. What then are we to think? Does the apostle in any 59 4, 18 | saying as his text, he should think his subject very unimportant, 60 4, 20 | speech, however modestly I think it done, neglect these harmonious 61 4, 21 | roused. Dost thou, then, think that thou wilt carry off 62 4, 21 | is sufficiently clear, I think, that this eloquence calls 63 4, 31 | pleasure in it will not think it long. He who thinks it


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