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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| before him. On the other hand, the man who lays down rules 2 1, 4 | sake. To use, on the other hand, is to employ whatever means 3 1, 7 | excellence. Those, on the other hand, who endeavour by an effort 4 1, 9 | eyeballs. The man, on the other hand, who sees, but shrinks from 5 1, 14 | His virtues. On the other hand, the following are, as it 6 1, 24 | Those, on the other hand, who do this in a perverse 7 1, 34 | set it down at the right hand of His Father. ~ 8 1, 36 | ought. If, on the other hand, a man draws a meaning from 9 1, 38 | come: love, on the other hand, shall wax greater when 10 1, 38 | eternal object, on the other hand, is loved with greater ardour 11 2, 2 | Conventional signs, on the other hand, are those which living 12 2, 2 | pertain to the matter in hand. And this part of the subject 13 2, 13 | But take, on the other hand, the saying of the apostle: " 14 2, 20 | left thumb in your right hand. ~ 15 2, 22 | have laid hold with his hand upon the heel of his brother, 16 2, 26 | detestation; those, on the other hand, which relate to the mutual 17 2, 35 | pertain to the matter in hand, nor anything to be omitted 18 2, 37 | them. Those, on the other hand, who cannot walk, care still 19 2, 37 | A dull man, on the other hand, does not see the unsoundness, 20 3, 3 | who is even at the right hand of God? who also maketh 21 3, 3 | questions. On the other hand, in that passage where the 22 3, 8 | Israel. Those, on the other hand, whom it found in bondage 23 3, 9 | signifies: he, on the other hand, who either uses or honours 24 3, 12 | superstitious; whoever, on the other hand, uses them so as to transgress 25 3, 25 | as for example, "In the hand of the Lord there is a cup, 26 3, 26 | Nor ought we, on the other hand, in regard to spiritual 27 4, 4 | narrative. On the other hand, to clear up points that 28 4, 15 | ought, except Him in whose hand both we and our speeches 29 4, 20 | ordained by angels in the hand of a mediator. Now a mediator 30 4, 20 | far spent, the day is at hand: let us therefore cast off 31 4, 20 | they do not happen to be at hand, it does not seek for them. 32 4, 20 | righteousness on the right hand and on the left, by honour 33 4, 20 | who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh 34 4, 21 | the staff that was in his hand, there rose up fire out 35 4, 21 | another painter should put his hand over it, as if to improve 36 4, 21 | With rash and sacrilegious hand thou wouldst fain change 37 4, 23 | temperate style, on the other hand, not indeed always, but 38 4, 24 | majestic style, on the other hand, frequently silences the 39 4, 25 | to secure. On the other hand, what the temperate style 40 4, 26 | it condemns. On the other hand, without perspicuity this 41 4, 30 | praise may be His "in whose hand are both we and our words." ~


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