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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| the Apostle Paul himself, although stricken down and admonished 2 pref, 0| Cornelius the centurion, although an angel announced to him 3 pref, 0| gross absurdity. And so although it will sufficiently appear 4 1, 6 | by speech. And yet God, although nothing worthy of His greatness 5 1, 23 | wickedness of their persecutors, although they used it to attain the 6 1, 33 | hope of happiness upon him, although even in the immediate context 7 1, 34 | The apostle, therefore, although still on the way, and following 8 2, 7 | they see Him not. But yet, although that light may begin to 9 2, 11 | translators throw them into doubt. Although, indeed, we often find Hebrew 10 2, 11 | same kind. Some of these, although they could have been translated, 11 2, 16 | piercing rocks with its roots, although it is a small and insignificant 12 2, 16 | in which we wish to live; although by the passage of time we 13 2, 21 | mathematici. For these, too, although they may seek with pains 14 2, 22 | the heavenly bodies. For, although I may grant that it does 15 2, 28 | years He lived afterwards, although by putting His actions together 16 2, 29 | superstitious charm is condemned; although indeed, where incantations 17 2, 29 | few. And this knowledge, although in itself it involves no 18 2, 31 | in words, and is hated;" although, indeed, a style of speech 19 2, 33 | Therefore he is not good." Now although every one of these statements 20 2, 35 | division, and of partition, although it is frequently applied 21 2, 35 | the reason of things. For although poets have applied it to 22 2, 35 | this definition is true, although falsehood itself cannot 23 2, 35 | the kalends of January, although perhaps the fact is not 24 2, 35 | false may be perfectly true, although what is false cannot, of 25 2, 38 | other times uninstructed), although it holds a middle place 26 3, 6 | before their minds. And although they paid attention to the 27 3, 12 | passes over without blame, although they did things which could 28 3, 22 | Therefore, although all, or nearly all, the 29 3, 23 | of the sins of great men, although he may be able to see and 30 3, 29 | they be learnt elsewhere, although indeed I have already given 31 3, 29 | certain form of expression, although it puts yes for no by a 32 3, 29 | not use such expressions, although he knows nothing at all 33 3, 30 | One Tichonius, who, although a Donatist himself, has 34 3, 30 | long and full discussion, although the matter inquired into 35 3, 32 | now be said to be in Him, although they seem to be in His Church. 36 3, 32 | his guard when Scripture, although it has now come to address 37 3, 34 | speak of the spiritual, and although now speaking of the latter, 38 3, 37 | to the head himself. For, although the devil sends his angels 39 4, arg | requisite for instruction, although other qualities are required 40 4, 8 | But although I take some examples of 41 4, 12 | he is not understood; for although what he has said be intelligible 42 4, 20 | writing to the Galatians, although the whole epistle is written


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