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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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much

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| our race would have been much more degraded if God had 2 1, 23 | becomes weak, and endures much suffering about the mortal 3 1, 24 | pain, and that they had as much sight left in one as they 4 1, 36 | commandment, he goes astray in much the same way as a man who 5 1, 36 | however, and to be shown how much better it is not to quit 6 1, 38 | which as yet we see not, how much more shall we love it when 7 1, 38 | we have not reached, how much more shall we love it when 8 1, 40 | my present purpose; for much has already been said on 9 2, 6 | not please his hearer so much as when he draws the same 10 2, 13 | follow the sense quite as much as the words. For not only 11 2, 13 | short, is not a matter of much concern to the man who is 12 2, 15 | seventy translators enjoyed so much of the presence and power 13 2, 16 | body to its assailants how much light it throws upon the 14 2, 20 | poets are accustomed not so much to teach as to celebrate. 15 2, 21 | they were able to know so much that they could weigh the 16 2, 28 | past times assists us very much in understanding the Scriptures, 17 2, 28 | was there, show that it is much more likely that Plato was 18 2, 28 | upon the dates, it becomes much more probable that those 19 2, 37 | learnt, is not to be used so much for ascertaining the meaning 20 2, 37 | see the unsoundness, but much less does he grasp the rules. 21 2, 39 | hold by the maxim, "Not too much of anything;" especially 22 2, 40 | he came out of Egypt? How much Lactantius brought with 23 2, 40 | speak of living men! How much Greeks out of number have 24 2, 42 | elsewhere, he will find there in much greater abundance things 25 3, 7 | statue you like to take is as much god to me as the wide ocean. 26 3, 7 | bondage to the flesh, how much more so is it to take signs 27 3, 29 | Scripture, and are very much assisted by their knowledge 28 3, 30 | commanded to write; and after much and various reasoning, arrives 29 3, 30 | these rules, attributes so much value to them that it would 30 3, 30 | thought it right to say thus much, in order both that the 31 3, 33 | our time, and has given us much labour and trouble in defending 32 3, 33 | manifest among you" has made us much more watchful and diligent 33 3, 34 | species what he can find much better and more surely in 34 3, 35 | their significance is of much wider application, and extends 35 3, 37 | finished speaking of as much as I thought enough, students 36 4, arg | speech. After detailing with much care and minuteness the 37 4, 3 | I do not think it of so much importance as to wish men 38 4, 5 | eloquent nonsense, and so much the more if the hearer is 39 4, 5 | the Father of Lights, how much more ought we to feel it 40 4, 5 | not mean by reading them much and committing them to memory, 41 4, 6 | they are put seem not so much to be sought out by the 42 4, 7 | and attentive perceive how much wisdom there is in these 43 4, 7 | speak as if granting so much to his detractors, not as 44 4, 7 | intelligent reader will not be so much instructed by carefully 45 4, 10 | person or with several, but much more in the case of a speech 46 4, 14 | And so much labour has been spent by 47 4, 14 | I will praise Thee among much people," no pleasure is 48 4, 18 | we say is important; so much so, that even what the preacher 49 4, 18 | least, is faithful also in much." That which is least, then, 50 4, 18 | shall judge angels? How much more things that pertain 51 4, 18 | secular matters deserve so much at his hands? God forbid. 52 4, 19 | comprehend, we may understand as much as it is given us to understand? 53 4, 20 | writings of which they boast so much. But care must be taken 54 4, 20 | chiefly in that it is not so much decked out with verbal ornaments 55 4, 20 | the ministers of God, in much patience, in afflictions, 56 4, 20 | interposes one passage of so much feeling that, not withstanding 57 4, 24 | by clamorous applause so much as by groans, sometimes 58 4, 30 | words into her mouth, how much more ought he to pray for


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