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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| that everything rightly done towards clearing up the 2 pref, 0| Scripture could be better done by the unassisted grace 3 pref, 0| it was possible to have done everything through the instrumentality 4 1, 6 | Nay, I feel that I have done nothing more than desire 5 1, 11 | considered by proud men to have done very foolishly. And since 6 1, 15 | points out as right to be done, not only without a murmur, 7 2, 21 | would, perhaps, have been done, and the name handed down 8 2, 28 | thing to tell what has been done, another to show what ought 9 2, 28 | to show what ought to be done. History narrates what has 10 2, 28 | History narrates what has been done, faithfully and with advantage; 11 2, 28 | teaching what ought to be done or observed, using the boldness 12 2, 39 | What, then, some men have done in regard to all words and 13 2, 39 | interpretation; and what Eusebius has done in regard to the history 14 2, 39 | what, I say, these men have done in regard to matters of 15 2, 39 | same, I think, might be done in regard to other matters, 16 2, 39 | writing. This might also be done in relation to numbers, 17 2, 39 | of these things have been done already (as I have found 18 2, 39 | whether the same thing can be done in regard to the theory 19 2, 40 | faithful men among our brethren done? Do we not see with what 20 2, 40 | servant of God, Moses, had done the same thing; for of him 21 2, 40 | of Christ. For what was done at the time of the exodus 22 3, 12 | manners, another thing when done in the course of his prophecy 23 3, 12 | things which could not be done at the present time, except 24 3, 14 | one wishes an injury to be done him by another; he himself, 25 3, 22 | For many things which were done as duties at that time, 26 3, 22 | that time, cannot now be done except through lust. ~ 27 3, 34 | that as having been already done in the arrangement and purpose 28 3, 36 | these other things were done that man was put in the 29 3, 36 | that the other things were done, as the previous statement 30 4, 6 | shunned it, they would have done the former; if they had 31 4, 7 | studious would think I had done enough? All these things 32 4, 10 | a thing which cannot be done by men who are repeating 33 4, 10 | do this, it ought to be done so moderately as not to 34 4, 11 | obscure; yet if this be done without grace of style, 35 4, 12 | other things that can be done by powerful eloquence to 36 4, 12 | already know ought to be done. ~ 37 4, 12 | needful, it ought to be done. And it is needful when 38 4, 14 | in that style. for he has done so once, and that he does 39 4, 16 | are applied; and if it be done from a sense of duty, it 40 4, 18 | could not, however, have done so in regard to ecclesiastical 41 4, 18 | forbid. No; but all this is done for the sake of justice, 42 4, 19 | however, something is to be done, and we are speaking to 43 4, 20 | however modestly I think it done, neglect these harmonious 44 4, 21 | that our Lord has not first done for us: so that the cup


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