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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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might

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| Scripture which I think might with great advantage be 2 pref, 0| with others (over whom they might have influence, did they 3 pref, 0| simply through prayer that it might be revealed to him; after 4 pref, 0| obtaining his request that he might read through a book presented 5 pref, 0| plan, in whatever mind it might originate, was to be ascribed 6 pref, 0| at the outset to any who might make preliminary objections, 7 1, arg | enjoying God; and that our sins might be taken away, "The Word 8 1, 13 | yet became flesh, that He might dwell among us. ~ 9 1, 18 | it should bind on earth might be bound in heaven, and 10 1, 18 | it should loose on earth might be loosed in heaven; that 11 1, 25 | of their limbs that they might obtain other objects which 12 1, 34 | been made flesh that He might dwell among us, the apostle 13 1, 34 | those who wished to come might begin their journey in Him. 14 1, 35 | providence of God that we might know this truth and be able 15 2, 12 | which are my flesh, and might save some of them;" that 16 2, 12 | had believed, some of them might believe too. And he calls 17 2, 13 | ambiguous too, as if the meaning might be, that the folly of men 18 2, 28 | that no shadow of doubt might arise from another source, 19 2, 35 | though it is possible they might be, true. For example, the 20 2, 35 | not so, says what possibly might have been. The definition 21 2, 39 | knowledge, the same, I think, might be done in regard to other 22 2, 39 | brethren. In this way he might arrange in their several 23 2, 39 | account to writing. This might also be done in relation 24 2, 39 | mentioned in Holy Scripture, might be explained and written 25 3, 3 | charge of God's elect?" might be pronounced in such a 26 3, 8 | the One God: not that they might now fall into bondage to 27 3, 8 | kind, but rather that they might exercise their minds in 28 3, 19 | But these same men might say that it is not right 29 3, 21 | conquered in battle, that he might have a place of repentance 30 3, 23 | recorded to this end, that men might everywhere and always tremble 31 3, 27 | than that the same words might be understood in several 32 3, 29 | the illiterate, lest it might seem that I was teaching 33 3, 32 | Church. And hence this rule might be designated thus: Concerning 34 3, 36 | as the previous statement might be thought to imply, did 35 4, 6 | made it prominent, they might have appeared to be doing 36 4, 10 | he fear that the latter might be taken not as the singular 37 4, 14 | this view, that posterity might see how the wholesome discipline 38 4, 20 | promise." And because it might possibly occur to the hearer 39 4, 20 | by faith of Jesus Christ might be given to them that believe." 40 4, 20 | mind as an objection that might be urged should be stated 41 4, 20 | says nothing about it, it might never be thoroughly removed. ~ 42 4, 20 | image of His Son, that He might be the firstborn among many 43 4, 20 | would exclude you, that ye might affect them. But it is good


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