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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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soul

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| have no means of pouring soul into soul, and, as it were, 2 pref, 0| means of pouring soul into soul, and, as it were, mingling 3 1, 7 | pertain to the intellect and soul, those of them who are in 4 1, 10 | Chap. 10. To see God, the soul must be purified~ 5 1, 10 | things which He has made, the soul must be purified that it 6 1, 14 | through a woman's corrupted soul: the remedy came through 7 1, 19 | is a kind of death of the soul, which consists in the putting 8 1, 19 | of life. And just as the soul, after it has put away and 9 1, 20 | Now he whose soul does not die to this world 10 1, 21 | chap. 21. Neither body nor soul extinguished at death~ 11 1, 21 | that neither the human soul nor the human body suffers 12 1, 22 | as respects the rational soul by which he is exalted in 13 1, 22 | heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind:" 14 1, 22 | heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind," 15 1, 22 | with his whole heart, and soul, and mind. For in this way, 16 1, 23 | to love his own body. The soul which flies away from the 17 1, 23 | is inherent in the sinful soul to desire above all things, 18 1, 23 | iniquity hateth his own soul." And accordingly the soul 19 1, 23 | soul." And accordingly the soul becomes weak, and endures 20 1, 23 | out of the health of the soul. Now the health of the soul 21 1, 23 | soul. Now the health of the soul is to cling steadfastly 22 1, 24 | habits and affections of the soul that lead to the enjoyment 23 1, 24 | may not war against the soul. And until this shall take 24 1, 26 | heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind; 25 1, 26 | your entirety, that is, soul and body together, and your 26 1, 26 | neighbour in his entirety, soul and body together (for man 27 1, 26 | together (for man is made up of soul and body), you will find 28 1, 27 | body only lives through the soul, and it is by the soul that 29 1, 27 | the soul, and it is by the soul that we enjoy God. ~ 30 1, 38 | it does not satisfy the soul, which has its only true 31 2, 7 | heart. and with all the soul, and with all the mind, 32 2, 7 | compassion he cleanses his soul, which is violently agitated, 33 2, 16 | the whole heart, the whole soul, and the whole mind; and 34 2, 23 | species of fornication of the soul; and it does not warn the 35 2, 23 | and it does not warn the soul against following such practices 36 3, 5 | called the death of the soul than when that in it which 37 3, 5 | miserable slavery of the soul to take signs for things, 38 3, 10 | towards corrupting one's own soul and body, is called vice; 39 3, 10 | these have exhausted the soul, and reduced it to a kind 40 3, 11 | and anguish, upon every soul of man that does evil, of 41 4, 15 | to lift up his thirsty soul to God, to drink in what 42 4, 16 | are of advantage to the soul only when God works to make


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