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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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law

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 22| s sake. For this is the law of love that has been laid 2 1, 24| has grown in upon it by a law of nature till it has become 3 1, 26| connected with us, through a law of nature which has never 4 1, 26| commandments hang all the law and the prophets." Thus 5 1, 30| that on these hang all the law and the prophets, asked 6 1, 35| fulfilment and the end of the Law, and of all Holy Scripture, 7 2, 16| we are admonished by the law personified in Moses, by 8 2, 16| the witness both of the law and the prophets, appeared 9 2, 16| divisions of time, before the law, under the law, and under 10 2, 16| before the law, under the law, and under grace, or perhaps 11 2, 16| whether there is any musical law that compels the psalters 12 2, 16| whether, if there be no such law, the number itself is not 13 2, 16| ten commandments of the law (and if again any question 14 2, 21| him, and could not by any law transfer to her heirs what 15 2, 23| put in subjection by the law of God's providence, and 16 2, 33| the resurrection, both the law of the inference is valid, 17 3, 29| it puts yes for no by a law of contraries, as when we 18 3, 30| to the promises and the law, the fourth to species and 19 3, 30| obscure passages in the law that is, in the sacred books. 20 3, 30| the secret places of the law. For there are certain mystical 21 3, 30| secret recesses of the whole law, and render visible the 22 3, 30| some of the secrets of the law," or even "which hold the 23 3, 30| the great secrets of the law," and not what he does say, " 24 3, 30| secret recesses of the whole law;" and if he had not said " 25 3, 33| to the promises and the law, and may be designated in 26 3, 33| named, of grace and the law. This, however, seems to 27 3, 37| about the promises and the law, make one meaning to be 28 4, 18| matter against another, go to law before the unjust, and not 29 4, 18| brethren? But brother goes to law with brother, and that before 30 4, 18| among you, because ye go to law one with another: why do 31 4, 20| that desire to be under the law, do ye not hear the law? 32 4, 20| law, do ye not hear the law? For it is written, that 33 4, 20| before of God in Christ, the law, which was four hundred 34 4, 20| the inheritance be of the law, it is no more of promise: 35 4, 20| is no inheritance by the law, why then was the law given? 36 4, 20| the law, why then was the law given? he himself anticipates 37 4, 20| Wherefore then serveth the law?" And the answer is given: " 38 4, 20| himself has stated: "Is the law then against the promises 39 4, 20| For if there had been a law given which could have given 40 4, 20| should have been by the law. But the Scripture has concluded 41 4, 20| arrange them according to the law of harmony (which he could 42 4, 28| and the fulfilling of the law, can be rightly exercised


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