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reaches 4
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read 40
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40 learnt
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40 over
40 read
40 while
39 above
39 against
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| they themselves learnt to read. Now, they would hardly 2 pref, 0| who, not being able to read himself, is said to have 3 pref, 0| memory through hearing them read by others, and by dint of 4 pref, 0| his request that he might read through a book presented 5 pref, 0| the gospel itself, or to read a book, or to listen to 6 pref, 0| did not understand what he read, was not sent by the apostle 7 pref, 0| that others may be able to read for themselves. Each, however, 8 pref, 0| is, shows others how to read for themselves. So that, 9 pref, 0| just as he who knows how to read is not dependent on some 10 1, 2 | however, the wood which we read Moses cast into the bitter 11 1, 24 | interpretation of what they read: "The flesh lusteth against 12 2, 8 | who in the first place has read them all and retained them 13 2, 8 | called canonical. For he will read the others with greater 14 2, 9 | understanding, still to read them so as to commit them 15 2, 12 | tongue. And yet to those who read with knowledge, a great 16 2, 12 | for example, some texts read: "Their feet are sharp to 17 2, 14 | through being accustomed to read or to hear them. There is 18 2, 22 | these that he professes to read the fates. If, then, he 19 3, 2 | uncertain whether we should read, "ex duobus concupiscentiam 20 3, 2 | doubtful whether we should read, mundemus nos ab omni coinquinatione 21 3, 15 | and meditate upon what we read till an interpretation be 22 3, 25 | water denotes people, as we read in the Apocalypse,l and 23 3, 26 | to the passage where we read, "Thou, Lord, hast crowned 24 3, 26 | the shield only; for we read in another place of the 25 3, 30 | both that the book may be read by the studious (for it 26 3, 30 | contains. Certainly it must be read with caution, not only on 27 3, 36 | in the book of Genesis we read, "And the Lord God planted 28 3, 37 | which they are intent, they read, "The Lord giveth wisdom: 29 4, 3 | eloquent without having read and listened to the speeches 30 4, 5 | meaning. For there are who read and yet neglect them; they 31 4, 5 | and yet neglect them; they read to remember the words, but 32 4, 5 | would rather send him to read, and listen to, and exercise 33 4, 9 | those who do not care to read them, and in private conversations, 34 4, 10 | written are often not only read with delight by those who 35 4, 14 | merely for the sake of being read with pleasure. But may God 36 4, 16 | Epistle to Timothy do we not read: "These things command and 37 4, 16 | told previously. Do we not read there: "Rebuke not an elder, 38 4, 21 | thoroughly, must not only read and hear them, but must 39 4, 30 | what others will deliver or read to the people, he ought 40 4, 31 | to know its contents, may read it in parts. He who does


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