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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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people

   Book, Chapter
1 1, arg| to teach to the Christian people, and also the signs of these 2 1, 1| divide them among the hungry people. But when once they began 3 1, 24| own flesh." And when some people say that they would rather 4 1, 36| false; and we find plenty of people who intend to deceive, but 5 2, 13| away from the lips of the people who sing it: "Super ipsum 6 2, 21| men were dead whose memory people were either compelled by 7 2, 24| different for different people, according to their several 8 2, 25| times have announced to the people of Carthage, while the pantomime 9 2, 25| peculiar to each state and people,and other things of the 10 2, 29| passion, is known to most people; so the rising and setting 11 2, 31| to deceive not only dull people, but clever men too, when 12 2, 37| them an inclination to lead people astray by plausible speech 13 2, 40| heavy burdens which the people of Israel hated and fled 14 2, 40| garments, which the same people when going out of Egypt 15 2, 40| and their garments to the people of God as they were going 16 2, 42| silver and garments which the people of Israel brought with them 17 3, 6| in the case of the Jewish people, differed widely from what 18 3, 6| on the Sabbath, and the people, clinging to these signs 19 3, 9| and all those among the people of Israel through whose 20 3, 14| life, appear sinful to the people of other nations and other 21 3, 25| significations: water denotes people, as we read in the Apocalypse, 22 3, 29| in greater variety than people who are unacquainted with 23 3, 34| so that even uneducated people understand what is laid 24 3, 34| the flesh;" because the people of Israel after the flesh 25 3, 34| fathers; and ye shall be my people, and I will be your God. 26 4, 7| sent to prophesy to the people of God. I shall not, however, 27 4, 7| heads and chiefs of the people, entering with pomp into 28 4, 7| heads and chiefs of the people, entering with pomp into 29 4, 9| never be brought before the people at all, or only on rare 30 4, 10| light upon points on which people wish for instruction, he 31 4, 11| consists, not in making people like what they disliked, 32 4, 12| And it is needful when people, knowing what they ought 33 4, 14| with their hands; and my people love to have it so: and 34 4, 14| prophet, and that God's people should love to have it so. 35 4, 14| will praise Thee among much people," no pleasure is derived 36 4, 14| pleasing to serious minds. But people who are fond of this style 37 4, 18| especially those addressed to the people from the place of authority, 38 4, 18| speak on this subject to the people, and the presence of God 39 4, 21| though thousands of the people failed, yet through one 40 4, 21| man God would deliver His people from their enemies, he brought 41 4, 21| hearts of His thirsting people. And so it was at that time 42 4, 24| Mauritania I was dissuading the people from that civil, or worse 43 4, 29| preacher to deliver to the people what has been written by 44 4, 29| memory, and deliver it to the people, they cannot be blamed, 45 4, 30| is going to address the people or to dictate what others 46 4, 30| will deliver or read to the people, he ought to pray God to


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