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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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know

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| do, and who, because they know (or imagine) that they have 2 pref, 0| those who, even though they know and understand my directions, 3 pref, 0| And we know that the eunuch who was 4 1, arg | signs, as it is necessary to know what things we ought to 5 1, 6 | desired to say. How do I know this, except from the fact 6 1, 6 | nature; but yet all who know the Latin tongue are led, 7 1, 9 | silly as to ask, "How do you know that a life of unchangeable 8 1, 9 | about which he asks, how I know it? is unchangeably fixed 9 1, 29 | that any one who comes to know Him will be disappointed 10 1, 34 | flesh, yet now henceforth know we Him no more." For Christ, 11 1, 35 | providence of God that we might know this truth and be able to 12 2, 1 | and when we see smoke, we know that there is fire beneath; 13 2, 1 | trumpet sounds, soldiers know that they are to advance 14 2, 1 | to experience we come to know that fire is beneath, even 15 2, 6 | figure? And yet, I don't know why, I feel greater pleasure 16 2, 9 | observed is, as I said, to know these books, if not yet 17 2, 13 | a man who only wishes to know the facts. And in the same 18 2, 14 | with, we gradually come to know them through being accustomed 19 2, 14 | whose meaning we do not know, so that where we happen 20 2, 14 | those who are anxious to know the Scriptures ought in 21 2, 16 | obscure, as when we do not know the nature of the animals, 22 2, 16 | returned to the ark, is that we know both that the smooth touch 23 2, 21 | For if they were able to know so much that they could 24 2, 28 | was in building. Now we know on the authority of the 25 2, 34 | 34. It is one thing to know the laws of inference, another 26 2, 34 | of inference, another to know the truth of opinions~ 27 2, 34 | Therefore it is one thing to know the laws of inference, and 28 2, 34 | inference, and another to know the truth of opinions. In 29 2, 41 | action, we shall be able to know even "the love of Christ 30 3, 1 | can be instructed by me know, that the ambiguity of Scripture 31 3, 3 | proedixi]," we could not know without going back to the 32 3, 29 | would have learned men to know that the authors of our 33 3, 29 | Nevertheless those who know these tropes recognize them 34 3, 34 | them; and the heathen shall know that I am the Lord," the 35 3, 35 | Scripture soon comes to know. Now numbers of this sort 36 4, 2 | of what is false are to know how to introduce their subject, 37 4, 3 | case in this respect? We know numbers who, without acquaintance 38 4, 3 | have learnt these; but we know no one who is eloquent without 39 4, 4 | to do what they already know, and to bring their feelings 40 4, 7 | made. And, indeed, I do not know whether this figure of speech, 41 4, 11 | students who are anxious to know whatever is to be learnt, 42 4, 12 | to do what they already know ought to be done. ~ 43 4, 12 | however, they do not yet know this, they must of course 44 4, 12 | necessity. For what men know, it is in their own hands 45 4, 12 | duty to do what they do not know? On the same principle, 46 4, 13 | such that to believe or to know them is enough, to give 47 4, 15 | he who is anxious both to know and to teach should learn 48 4, 18 | before the saints? Do ye not know that the saints shall judge 49 4, 18 | judge the smallest matters? Know ye not that we shall judge 50 4, 18 | and that your brethren. Know ye not that the unrighteous 51 4, 20 | for I confess I do not know. This I know, however, that 52 4, 20 | confess I do not know. This I know, however, that if any one 53 4, 20 | both power and beauty: "We know," he says, "that all things 54 4, 20 | not injured me at all. Ye know how, through infirmity of 55 4, 21 | acquaintance, but desires to know them thoroughly, must not 56 4, 24 | taught by the quiet style know or believe a truth which 57 4, 29 | They profess that they know God, but in works they deny 58 4, 30 | thanks to Him from whom they know such blessings come, so 59 4, 31 | long, but is anxious to know its contents, may read it


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