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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 1, 22| mind," He means that no part of our life is to be unoccupied, 2 1, 23| steadfastly to the better part, that is, to the unchangeable 3 1, 36| Holy Scriptures, or any part of them, but puts such an 4 1, 39| seek for what is only in part perfect of course, I mean, 5 2, 1| signs however, it is no part of my design to discuss 6 2, 2| matter in hand. And this part of the subject I exclude 7 2, 3| numerous, and for the most part consist of words. For though 8 2, 11| emotion of the mind than any part of a thought we have in 9 2, 20| what is created or of some part of it as God, or to consultations 10 2, 20| are to be observed if any part of the body should jump, 11 2, 23| angels, to whom the lowest part of the world has been put 12 2, 23| either nullities, or are part of a guilty superstition, 13 2, 31| for the proposition is in part true, the one man being 14 2, 41| stretched, its length by the part from the ground up to the 15 2, 41| fixed, its height by the part from the crossbar to the 16 2, 41| lies, and its depth by the part which is hidden, being fixed 17 3, 3| way as to make the first part a question of inquiry, and 18 3, 3| of Nazareth" is the only part that belongs to the interrogation, 19 3, 32| name, for that is really no part of the body of Christ which 20 3, 32| when God says of the good part of the Church, "I will bring 21 3, 32| adds in regard to the other part, the bad that is mixed with 22 3, 34| species should be understood a part, by genus the whole of which 23 3, 34| which he calls species is a part: as, for example, every 24 3, 34| every single city is a part of the great society of 25 3, 34| the difference between a part and a species. The rule 26 3, 34| whole world, but only a part of it, things are said which 27 3, 34| whole of which this is a part; or, as our author terms 28 3, 34| Church, of which Solomon is a part. ~ 29 3, 34| land itself is theirs, no part of which will belong to 30 3, 35| synecdoche either puts the part for the whole, or the whole 31 3, 35| whole, or the whole for the part. As, for example, in reference 32 3, 35| days," counted the latter part of the day on which Christ 33 3, 35| prediction and the first part of the day on which he showed 34 3, 35| of speech, which puts the part for the whole, explains 35 3, 35| For unless to the latter part of the day on which He suffered 36 3, 35| whole day, and to the latter part of the night in which He 37 3, 37| pains to understand which part of the statement applies 38 4, arg| Passing to the second part of his work, that which 39 4, arg| author premises that it is no part of his intention to write 40 4, 1| three books to this one part of the subject, I shall 41 4, 20| them that believe." It is part, then, of the duty of the 42 4, 21| chosen the greater and better part, lead and point the way 43 4, 21| from acting the pander's part, and though she be vile, 44 4, 21| with practice on his own part, become thoroughly imbued


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