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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 1, 1| were only five and seven in number before the disciples began 2 2, 3| these signs are very few in number compared with words. For 3 2, 8| judgment of the greater number of catholic churches; and 4 2, 8| sanction of the greater number and those of greater authority, 5 2, 8| are held by the smaller number and those of less authority. 6 2, 8| are held by the greater number of churches, and others 7 2, 11| translators are out of all number. For in the early days of 8 2, 12| For the examination of a number of texts has often thrown 9 2, 14| this matter, too, the great number of the translators proves 10 2, 15| translation, that among that number of men there was but one 11 2, 15| though they were seventy in number, are said to have translated 12 2, 16| enigmas of Scripture. And a number of men skilled in that language 13 2, 16| and reflection upon the number, the difficulty of explaining 14 2, 16| cannot be got over. For the number contains ten four times, 15 2, 16| seeking eternity. Further, the number ten signifies the knowledge 16 2, 16| in the Creator; and the number seven indicates the creature, 17 2, 16| which it is made up. In this number ten, therefore, when it 18 2, 16| same way, how out of the number forty springs the number 19 2, 16| number forty springs the number fifty, which in our religion 20 2, 16| Pentecost, and how this number taken thrice on account 21 2, 16| Church, and reaches to the number of the one hundred and fifty-three 22 2, 16| there be no such law, the number itself is not on that very 23 2, 16| question is raised about that number, we can only refer it to 24 2, 16| or with reference to the number ten itself as interpreted 25 2, 16| interpreted above. And the number of years the temple was 26 2, 17| presented themselves in that number to the eyes of any of the 27 2, 28| suffered, that being the number of years He was told by 28 2, 28| He was baptized; but the number of years He lived afterwards, 29 2, 29| today, what her age was any number of years ago, or what will 30 2, 29| what will be her age any number of years hence, in just 31 2, 31| of reasoning and that of number are the chief. The science 32 2, 38| Coming now to the science of number, it is clear to the dullest 33 2, 38| one and a half times the number six, or that it is not true 34 2, 38| are not the double of any number because odd numbers have 35 2, 39| sciences of reasoning and of number. And in regard to all these 36 2, 40| How much Greeks out of number have borrowed! And prior 37 3, 19| of ancient times used a number of wives with temperance, 38 3, 19| impossible in the case of a number of wives. ~ 39 3, 21| temperance he possessed a number of wives when he was forced 40 3, 30| from being embraced in this number of seven, that the author 41 3, 34| elsewhere said, "For though the number of the children of Israel 42 3, 35| these statements about the number of days cannot be true, 43 3, 35| and forty-four, which last number is used in the Apocalypse 44 3, 35| extends to many subjects. That number in the Apocalypse, for example, 45 4, 7| And a number of other points bearing


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