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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| they must surely grant that every one of us learnt his own 2 pref, 0| to speak the language of every race; and warn every one 3 pref, 0| of every race; and warn every one who has not had a like 4 pref, 0| In the last place, every one who boasts that he, 5 1, 2 | something else. Accordingly, every sign is also a thing; for 6 1, 2 | thing is nothing at all. Every thing, however, is not also 7 1, 10 | nearer to Him who is in every place, but by the cultivation 8 1, 24 | subjection and ready for every needful work. For they strive 9 1, 26 | no need of a command that every man should love himself 10 1, 27 | be loved as a sinner; and every man is to be loved as a 11 1, 29 | admiration, the more he works in every way he can to secure new 12 1, 29 | favourite, and strives in every way he can to remove it. 13 1, 30 | apostle did not embrace every man in this precept, is 14 1, 30 | say this, it is clear that every man is to be considered 15 1, 30 | But now, if every one to whom we ought to 16 1, 36 | to commit injustice. Now every man who lies commits an 17 1, 36 | confidence by lying to him. Now every man who breaks faith is 18 2, 1 | will: and in the same way every other emotion of the mind 19 2, 4 | men, which springs from every man trying to snatch the 20 2, 6 | from the washing, whereof every one bears twins, and none 21 2, 7 | undertaken to treat. For in this every earnest student of the Holy 22 2, 7 | extricates himself from every form of fatal joy in transitory 23 2, 11 | early days of the faith every man who happened to get 24 2, 18 | and virtue. Nay, but let every good and true Christian 25 2, 25 | by skilled artists, but every one, as soon as he sees 26 2, 29 | answer like questions about every one of the heavenly bodies. 27 2, 33 | not good." Now although every one of these statements 28 2, 40 | unnecessary toil, which every one of us, when going out 29 2, 42 | therein contained. And while every man may find there all that 30 3, 3 | No" being understood to every one of these questions. 31 3, 10 | God and one's neighbour. Every man, moreover, has hope 32 3, 11 | Every severity, therefore, and 33 3, 11 | God; who will render to every man according to his deeds: 34 3, 11 | tribulation and anguish, upon every soul of man that does evil, 35 3, 14 | absolute right, but that every nation took its own custom 36 3, 14 | for right; and that, since every nation has a different custom, 37 3, 24 | first book, to turn it in every way until we arrive at a 38 3, 28 | testimonies sought out in every portion of the same Scripture. ~ 39 3, 33 | of Him who "has dealt to every man the measure of faith." 40 3, 34 | a part: as, for example, every single city is a part of 41 3, 36 | made the Lord God to grow every tree that is pleasant to 42 3, 36 | ground God made to grow every tree that is pleasant to 43 3, 36 | shall have been revealed every man may receive his reward 44 4, 4 | constantly used by nearly every one in cases where speech 45 4, 7 | rules of rhetoric, would not every Christian, learned or unlearned, 46 4, 10 | over and over, and put in every shape and form and variety 47 4, 15 | distribute. For, as in regard to every matter of faith and love 48 4, 16 | constantly before the eyes of every one who has obtained the 49 4, 18 | which in the judgment of every sober mind are great, even 50 4, 21 | in brotherly peace. And every one of these things ought 51 4, 22 | styles: on the contrary, every variety of style should 52 4, 24 | several days continuously, every one killing whomsoever he 53 4, 26 | chap. 26. In every style the orator should 54 4, 29 | those who steal His words every one from his neighbour.


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