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rash 1
rashly 3
rather 43
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44 pleasure
43 might
43 object
43 rather
42 although
42 law
42 soul
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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rather

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| the Holy Spirit? No, no; rather let us put away false pride 2 pref, 0| gospel from His own lips rather than from those of men. ~ 3 pref, 0| temptations of pride, and let us rather consider the fact that the 4 pref, 0| others? Why does he not rather send them direct to God, 5 1, 4 | for an unlawful use ought rather to be called an abuse. Suppose, 6 1, 5 | He is an object, and not rather the cause of all objects, 7 1, 6 | this opposition of words is rather to be avoided by silence 8 1, 24 | people say that they would rather be without a body altogether, 9 1, 29 | we love; but we pity them rather, because the more they hate 10 1, 31 | chap. 31. God uses rather than enjoys us~ 11 1, 33 | worship him, that he should rather worship Him who is his Master, 12 1, 33 | a man in God, it is God rather than man that you enjoy. 13 1, 34 | detain us, but wishes us rather to press on; and, instead 14 1, 35 | with a transient feeling rather, such as we have towards 15 2, 7 | commands ourselves. We must rather think and believe that whatever 16 2, 8 | called Ruth, which seems rather to belong to the beginning 17 2, 11 | which are words that express rather an emotion of the mind than 18 2, 12 | circumstance would assist rather than hinder the understanding 19 2, 13 | translations of those who keep rather close to the letter of the 20 2, 21 | of Mars or of Venus, or rather, perhaps, of all the stars 21 2, 29 | unprofitably is a hindrance rather; and as it is closely related 22 2, 36 | desire and aversion. And men rather found out that these things 23 2, 38 | learned, and who does not rather inquire after the source 24 3, 3 | it Christ who died? yea, rather, who is risen again? who 25 3, 3 | the educated. For I would rather have the barbarism, "non 26 3, 4 | in vobis", But this is a rather dangerous liberty to take. 27 3, 8 | signs of a useful kind, but rather that they might exercise 28 3, 10 | inherent sinfulness, but rather by reference to their own 29 3, 33 | great question in itself, rather than a rule to be applied 30 3, 36 | renounced? Is not the present rather the time to give heed to 31 4, 4 | hearers require to be roused rather than instructed, in order 32 4, 5 | he can do both), I would rather send him to read, and listen 33 4, 10 | the way the learned, but rather in the way the unlearned 34 4, 18 | with another: why do ye not rather take wrong? Why do ye not 35 4, 18 | take wrong? Why do ye not rather suffer yourselves to be 36 4, 20 | is Christ that died, yea, rather, that is risen again, who 37 4, 21 | the women who colour, or rather discolour, their faces with 38 4, 22 | emotion we have excited, we rather lose what we have already 39 4, 24 | besieging their hearts, or rather had complete possession 40 4, 25 | pleasing the hearer, but rather seeking to aid him in the 41 4, 26 | ostentatiously obtruded, but seems rather to be called forth by the 42 4, 28 | prefers to please by matter rather than by words; thinks that 43 4, 28 | wisely without eloquence, rather than eloquently without


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