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St. Augustine
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understand

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| because they have failed to understand the rules here laid down. 2 pref, 0| purpose, because, though they understand the rules, yet in their 3 pref, 0| objectors who either really do understand Scripture well, or think 4 pref, 0| these. To those who do not understand what is here set down, my 5 pref, 0| even though they know and understand my directions, fail to penetrate 6 pref, 0| Grace, and boast that they understand and can explain Scripture 7 pref, 0| Christians who profess to understand the Scriptures without any 8 pref, 0| the prophet, and did not understand what he read, was not sent 9 pref, 0| explained to him what he did not understand, nor was he inwardly illuminated 10 pref, 0| of God, Philip, who did understand the prophet, came to him, 11 pref, 0| speech or writing, what they understand, surely they cannot blame 12 pref, 0| teach not only what they understand, but also the rules of interpretation 13 1, arg | necessary for him who would understand and explain aright the Holy 14 1, 7 | Chap. 7. What all men understand by the term God~ 15 1, 8 | living to what is dead; who understand that the living bodily form 16 1, 35 | that we should clearly understand that the fulfilment and 17 1, 36 | neighbour, does not yet understand them as he ought. If, on 18 2, 10 | else, as we say bos, and understand by that syllable the ox, 19 2, 10 | then further by that ox understand a preacher of the gospel, 20 2, 12 | sense, so that a man may understand that he is admonished not 21 2, 12 | not believe, ye shall not understand," another has translated: " 22 2, 12 | not believe, ye shall not understand;" but the other, "If ye 23 2, 13 | intelligence either would not understand it at all, or would put 24 2, 16 | reason why we find it easy to understand that perpetual peace is 25 2, 18 | good and true Christian understand that wherever truth may 26 2, 33 | And hence it is easy to understand that as the inferences may 27 2, 37 | going through them, or to understand when they are told about 28 3, 9 | those signs which we now understand, but our Lord Himself, and 29 3, 9 | He, however, who does not understand what a sign signifies, but 30 3, 16 | says, "help not a sinner." Understand, therefore, that "sinner" 31 3, 21 | alone. And hence we may understand with what temperance he 32 3, 24 | expression that we are trying to understand is, whether it is literal 33 3, 25 | observances, however, which they understand in a carnal manner, still 34 3, 26 | And yet we are not so to understand it, as that wherever we 35 3, 30 | inquires what we are to understand in the Apocalypse by the 36 3, 34 | that even uneducated people understand what is laid down specially, 37 3, 34 | them." Now it is easy to understand that this applies to that 38 3, 34 | the living; and we are to understand that this was given to the 39 3, 36 | make mistakes if we do not understand this, from applying the 40 3, 36 | not accurately mark and understand the recapitulation by which 41 3, 36 | and intelligent so as to understand the recapitulation, in which 42 3, 37 | person, to take pains to understand which part of the statement 43 3, 37 | customary, it costs labour to understand it, from some more, from 44 3, 37 | necessary, to pray that they may understand them. For in these very 45 4, arg | the hearer, so that he may understand it, hear it with gladness, 46 4, 2 | tedious to listen to, hard to understand, and, in fine, not easy 47 4, 6 | easily settled. For where I understand these writers, it seems 48 4, 6 | affirm that all who truly understand what these writers say, 49 4, 6 | Where, however, I do not understand these writers, though their 50 4, 6 | the same kind as that I do understand. The very obscurity, too, 51 4, 8 | be very dull who does not understand them, or that if what they 52 4, 9 | however difficult it may be to understand it, and whatever labour 53 4, 10 | speaking, if they do not understand us for whose sake we speak? 54 4, 10 | question about what he does not understand; and on this account the 55 4, 10 | that what he hears he shall understand. And when this point has 56 4, 12 | to the man who does not understand it. If, however, he is understood, 57 4, 13 | stubborn minded men who both understand and are pleased with the 58 4, 16 | should teach? Or are we to understand, that though the duty of 59 4, 19 | easy to comprehend, we may understand as much as it is given us 60 4, 19 | much as it is given us to understand? Are we in this case to 61 4, 26 | persuasive power, we are not to understand that these three qualities 62 4, 26 | be moved if he does not understand what is said? And who will


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