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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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against

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| not find them forearmed against their assaults), to turn 2 1, 17 | a hedge of thorns barred against us, what could He, who was 3 1, 17 | decrees that barred the door against our return? ~ 4 1, 24 | read: "The flesh lusteth against the spirit, and the spirit 5 1, 24 | the spirit, and the spirit against the flesh, and these are 6 1, 24 | carnal habit yet unsubdued, against which the spirit lusteth, 7 1, 24 | inordinate affections may not war against the soul. And until this 8 1, 24 | place, "the flesh lusteth against the spirit, and the spirit 9 1, 24 | the spirit, and the spirit against the flesh;" the spirit struggling, 10 1, 40 | pure heart," to provide against anything being loved but 11 2, 1 | the subject with a warning against attending to anything but 12 2, 16 | things, too, are closed against us and obscured by ignorance 13 2, 23 | it does not warn the soul against following such practices 14 2, 23 | to shut and bar the door against our return. As, then, from 15 2, 31 | use of it we must guard against the love of wrangling, and 16 2, 40 | those times when, kicking against the yoke of Christ, it was 17 3, arg | figurative signs we need to guard against two mistakes: 1. the interpreting 18 3, 2 | punctuation does not go against the faith in either way 19 3, 3 | will not bring any charges against His elect, and that Christ 20 3, 6 | leaders brought it as a charge against Him that He healed on the 21 3, 10 | foregoing rule, which guards us against taking a metaphorical form 22 3, 11 | treasures up unto thyself wrath against the day of wrath and revelation 23 3, 18 | must also be on our guard against supposing that what in the 24 3, 21 | David's anger being kindled against the man, he commanded that 25 3, 21 | punishment had been denounced against him, he wiped out his sin 26 3, 21 | condemnation is pronounced against the adultery alone. And 27 3, 30 | written most triumphantly against the Donatists (and herein 28 3, 33 | and trouble in defending against it the grace of God which 29 3, 33 | having no enemy to guard against, was less attentive and 30 3, 34 | be carefully on his guard against seeking in the species what 31 4, 2 | to take its stand unarmed against falsehood? For example, 32 4, 18 | the thing to be guarded against is eternal ruin, everything 33 4, 18 | of you, having a matter against another, go to law before 34 4, 20 | stated: "Is the law then against the promises of God?" He 35 4, 20 | God be for us, who can be against us? He that spared not His 36 4, 21 | Ambrose again, inveighing against such practices, says: "Hence 37 4, 21 | it is herself she sins against and not another. The crime 38 4, 22 | not to suppose that it is against rule to mingle these various 39 4, 28 | because his life protects him against contempt. For while he pursues


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