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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| power is not his own, in the sense of originating with himself, 2 pref, 0| will arrive at the hidden sense without any error, or at 3 1, arg | expression, of the true sense of Scripture. He shows that 4 1, 2 | word "thing" in a strict sense, to signify that which is 5 1, 6 | Chap. 6. In what sense God is ineffable~ 6 1, 7 | them who are in bondage to sense think that either the heavens, 7 1, 12 | Chap. 12. In what sense the Wisdom of God came to 8 1, 12 | Not then in the sense of traversing space, but 9 1, 32 | could say in the fullest sense of the words, "I AM THAT 10 1, 33 | to "enjoy" is used in the sense of to "use with delight." 11 2, 3 | another, some relate to the sense of sight, some to that of 12 2, 3 | signified His will through the sense of taste; and when by touching 13 2, 12 | be taken in its literal sense, so that a man may understand 14 2, 12 | compared, a more likely sense of the words suggests itself, 15 2, 12 | that is wholly alien to the sense of the writer. As for example, 16 2, 12 | other, taking the wrong sense of an ambiguous word, fell 17 2, 13 | have chosen to follow the sense quite as much as the words. 18 2, 16 | undoubtedly conveys a secret sense; but yet if the evangelist 19 2, 24 | this letter in a different sense when writing to a Greek 20 2, 38 | but wise he cannot in any sense be deemed. ~ 21 3, arg | shown to be in its literal sense inconsistent either with 22 3, 3 | can be made. But neither sense is opposed to faith. ~ 23 3, 3 | useful in conveying the sense than the pure speech of 24 3, 3 | in better Latin but the sense less clear. But sometimes 25 3, 5 | of Scripture in a literal sense~ 26 3, 11 | a way as to obscure the sense, and make it allegorical 27 3, 12 | figurative and prophetical sense, and to interpret as bearing 28 3, 16 | He says in a figurative sense, "Let him lose his life" 29 3, 25 | used leaven both in a bad sense, as when He said, "Beware 30 3, 25 | Pharisees," I and in a good sense, as when He said, "The kingdom 31 3, 25 | metaphorically at one time in a good sense, at another in a bad, as 32 3, 25 | serpent is used in a good sense, "Be wise as serpents;" 33 3, 25 | serpents;" and again, in a bad sense, "The serpent beguiled Eve 34 3, 25 | Bread is used in a good sense, "I am the living bread 35 3, 25 | it is uncertain in what sense they ought to be taken, 36 3, 26 | from the places where the sense in which they are used is 37 3, 26 | manifest we must gather the sense in which they are to be 38 3, 29 | opposite of their etymological sense, as a grove is called lucus 39 3, 29 | this or that figurative sense which we are unacquainted 40 3, 35 | be taken in a spiritual sense for the whole time during 41 3, 37 | the wicked, who are in a sense his body, and destined to 42 4, 7 | investigation of the spiritual sense; (and hence some passages 43 4, 7 | seeking pleasure for the sense of hearing. And here, when 44 4, 10 | it was important for the sense to put a word here in the 45 4, 16 | and if it be done from a sense of duty, it is esteemed 46 4, 29 | works they deny Him." In one sense, then, they do say the things, 47 4, 29 | the things, and in another sense they do not say them; for


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