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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| he meet with an obscure passage in the books which he reads, 2 1, 37 | had put upon the former passage cannot be the true one: 3 2, 6 | the same meaning from that passage in Canticles, where it is 4 2, 12 | passages; for example, in that passage of the prophet Isaiah, one 5 2, 12 | relationship of blood. Again, that passage from the same prophet Isaiah: " 6 2, 12 | language, and puts upon the passage a construction that is wholly 7 2, 12 | earth by roots. In this passage, indeed, the rest of the 8 2, 13 | the understanding of the passage, yet they are offensive 9 2, 13 | it to have the following passage thus expressed: "Quae est 10 2, 13 | one should retain in this passage the Greek idiom, and say," 11 2, 14 | we can inquire, or with a passage that shows, either by the 12 2, 16 | to live; although by the passage of time we are taught this 13 2, 33 | In this passage, however, where the argument 14 3, 2 | attention is given to the passage, it shall appear to be uncertain 15 3, 2 | As is the case in that passage to the Corinthians: "Having 16 3, 2 | in accordance with the passage, "that she may be holy both 17 3, 3 | not stand in the way, this passage, "Who shall lay anything 18 3, 3 | madness to believe this, the passage will be pronounced in such 19 3, 3 | either "No" or "Yes." The passage will be pronounced, then, 20 3, 3 | the other hand, in that passage where the apostle says, " 21 3, 3 | pronunciation. For example, in the passage, "My bone [os meum] was 22 3, 3 | ossum meum", than have the passage in better Latin but the 23 3, 4 | been taken, however in that passage to the Corinthians, where 24 3, 17 | figurative interpretation on the passage where it is said, "Marry 25 3, 26 | than by referring to the passage where we read, "Thou, Lord, 26 3, 27 | chap. 27. One passage susceptible of various interpretations~ 27 3, 27 | testimony of some other passage of Scripture. For the author 28 3, 28 | safer to explain a doubtful passage by other passages of Scripture 29 3, 30 | was no difficulty in the passage of the kind to which his 30 3, 32 | example of this is that passage in the Song of Solomon, " 31 3, 33 | when he learns from this passage, and believes, that each 32 3, 36 | be assisted by that other passage of Scripture which even 33 4, 7 | said it, in the following passage: "We glory in tribulations 34 4, 7 | commenced to quote, the passage consists of periods: the 35 4, 7 | not?" In fine, this whole passage, as if panting for breath, 36 4, 7 | it is my duty to select a passage of such a kind that I shall 37 4, 7 | eloquence could be found in this passage which I have chosen as an 38 4, 10 | the difficulties of the passage removed. For even things 39 4, 20 | whole of this hortatory passage is in the temperate style 40 4, 20 | lusts thereof." Now if the passage were translated thus, "et 41 4, 20 | apostle in the following passage is urging that, for the 42 4, 20 | eloquence, yet he interposes one passage of so much feeling that, 43 4, 21 | wine. But we must quote a passage by way of illustration. 44 4, 21 | of Melchizedek.'" In this passage, and in all of the letter 45 4, 21 | work, we find the following passage among others: "When Gideon


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