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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| work, or who would do so, did I not conciliate them beforehand. 2 pref, 0| they might have influence, did they not find them forearmed 3 pref, 0| Isaiah the prophet, and did not understand what he read, 4 pref, 0| explained to him what he did not understand, nor was 5 pref, 0| suggestion of God, Philip, who did understand the prophet, 6 pref, 0| opened to him the Scriptures. Did not God talk with Moses, 7 pref, 0| For what have we that we did not receive? And if we have 8 1, 12 | appropriately named "the world," did not recognize Him, therefore 9 1, 12 | wisdom knew not God. Why then did He come, seeing that He 10 1, 13 | In what way did He come but this, "The Word 11 1, 23 | For assuredly the martyrs did not love the wickedness 12 1, 30 | supposes that the apostle did not embrace every man in 13 1, 37 | author whom he is reading did not intend, he often falls 14 2, 21 | could weigh the world, how did they not more easily find 15 2, 23 | the Lord, the Apostle Paul did not spare the evil spirit 16 2, 24 | different; and as, further, men did not agree upon them as signs 17 2, 28 | the coming of our Lord! did not the illustrious bishop, 18 2, 31 | For example, the apostle did not draw true conclusions 19 2, 40 | gold and silver, which they did not create themselves, but 20 3, 3 | will not condemn His elect, did not stand in the way, this 21 3, 6 | them in the way the Jews did was God, or came from God. 22 3, 6 | from God. But those who did believe, from among whom 23 3, 6 | offerings and types, though they did not clearly apprehend their 24 3, 6 | of the Gentile churches did this, because men who had 25 3, 12 | holy men of those times did without lust, Scripture 26 3, 12 | without blame, although they did things which could not be 27 3, 14 | as right at all. Such men did not perceive, to take only 28 3, 21 | case the immoderate desire did not take up its abode with 29 3, 21 | prophet, a guest. For he did not say that he took the 30 3, 21 | Solomon, however, this lust did not come and pass away like 31 3, 33 | was so far our own that it did not come to us from God; 32 3, 34 | of Israel after the flesh did both perform and endure 33 3, 36 | might be thought to imply, did we not accurately mark and 34 4, 3 | Roman eloquence themselves did not shrink from sayings 35 4, 3 | carried out which the speakers did not think of as aids to 36 4, 6 | presence or its absence: for it did not become them either to 37 4, 7 | another meaning upon it. He did not hesitate plainly to 38 4, 10 | For if our translators did not shrink from saying, " 39 4, 18 | matters so very trifling? Did secular matters deserve 40 4, 20 | His purpose. For whom He did foreknow, He also did predestinate 41 4, 20 | He did foreknow, He also did predestinate to be conformed 42 4, 20 | brethren. Moreover, whom He did predestinate, them He also 43 4, 21 | reason, loving virtue. When did she wound her parents even 44 4, 21 | parents even by a look? When did she quarrel with her neighbours? 45 4, 21 | with her neighbours? When did she spurn the humble, laugh 46 4, 21 | Cyprian the martyr, however, did not write about the duty 47 4, 27 | what was good, though they did what was evil. And so they


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