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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| he might read through a book presented to him on the 2 pref, 0| gospel itself, or to read a book, or to listen to another 3 pref, 0| one else, when he finds a book, to tell him what is written 4 pref, 0| about to traverse in this book. ~ 5 1 | BOOK I. - Containing a General 6 1, arg | be sought. In this first book he treats of things, which 7 1, 40 | be the end of the present book. In the next I shall discuss, 8 2 | BOOK II.~ 9 2, arg | ambiguous signs. The present book deals only with unknown 10 2, arg | for treatment in the next book. The difficulty arising 11 2, 7 | touched in the previous book when I was treating about 12 2, 8 | Numbers, Deuteronomy; one book of Joshua the son of Nun; 13 2, 8 | one of Judges; one short book called Ruth, which seems 14 2, 8 | Prophets, in which there is one book of the Psalms of David; 15 2, 8 | disjoined, are reckoned as one book; the names of these prophets 16 2, 8 | Jude; and one of James; one book of the Acts of the Apostles; 17 2, 9 | have spoken in the previous book. After this, when we have 18 2, 42 | I shall now, in a third book, endeavour to say what the 19 3 | BOOK III.~ 20 3, arg | discussed in the preceding book the method of dealing with 21 3, arg | signs, goes on in this third book to treat of ambiguous signs. 22 3, 1 | described in the second book. ~ 23 3, 2 | was speaking in the first book about things. But if both 24 3, 10 | been spoken of in the first book. ~ 25 3, 24 | we discussed in the first book, to turn it in every way 26 3, 29 | advice above, in the second book namely, where I treated 27 3, 30 | up altogether), wrote a book which he called the Book 28 3, 30 | book which he called the Book of Rules, because in it 29 3, 30 | thus commences this very book: "Of all the things that 30 3, 30 | necessary as to write a little book of rules, and, as it were, 31 3, 30 | in order both that the book may be read by the studious ( 32 3, 33 | made use of when writing a book on this subject. It may 33 3, 36 | of. For example, in the book of Genesis we read, "And 34 3, 36 | In the same book, again, when the generations 35 3, 37 | discuss, in the following book, so far as God has given 36 4 | BOOK IV.~ 37 4, 1 | within the compass of one book, and so finish the whole 38 4, 7 | quoting principally from the book of that prophet who says 39 4, 21 | sacrament of the cup. In this book he resolves the question, 40 4, 21 | For we find that in the book of Genesis this very circumstance 41 4, 31 | This book has extended to a greater


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