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39 except
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38 whatever
37 believe
37 each
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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form

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 7| their thought takes the form of an endeavour to reach 2 1, 7| or of the most beautiful form conceivable; or they represent 3 1, 7| they represent it in the form of the human body, if they 4 1, 7| as possessed of shape and form, according to what each 5 1, 8| as living, they only can form any conception of Him that 6 1, 8| whatever may be the bodily form that has suggested itself 7 1, 8| understand that the living bodily form itself, however it may outshine 8 1, 11| pattern of holy life in the form of our own humanity. Yet, 9 1, 12| appeared to mortal men in the form of mortal flesh, He is said 10 1, 13| in itself, and takes the form of speech without being 11 1, 19| be changed into a better form; not that flesh and blood 12 2, 7| extricates himself from every form of fatal joy in transitory 13 2, 11| preserved in their original form on account of the more sacred 14 2, 12| root," is a more suitable form of expression than the " 15 2, 13| For not only is such a form of speech faulty in the 16 2, 15| original Hebrew in a different form from that in which these 17 2, 18| prefer to worship in the form of stones things that ought 18 3, 3| answer here again in the form of an interrogative, "Is 19 3, 4| cases are not the same in form; and accordingly, when we 20 3, 4| vestram" juro "gloriam", the form of adjuration appearing 21 3, 10| against taking a metaphorical form of speech as if it were 22 3, 10| us not to take a literal form of speech as if it were 23 3, 12| ancient times were, under the form of an earthly kingdom, foreshadowing 24 3, 29| customary to use a certain form of expression, although 25 3, 36| in a still more obscure form; as, for example, our Lord 26 4, 6| men who cry up their own form of language as superior 27 4, 7| variety, make up the whole form and features (so to speak) 28 4, 7| put in the interrogatory form, separate sections are also 29 4, 7| likewise in the interrogatory form, the answer is given not 30 4, 7| continuously, the interrogatory form being most elegantly suppressed: " 31 4, 7| herd." These six clauses form three periods of two members 32 4, 9| to receive it in whatever form it may be communicated, 33 4, 10| and put in every shape and form and variety of expression, 34 4, 11| rude and unpolished the form in which it is put, and 35 4, 13| unless it is put in the form of a pleasing discourse, 36 4, 14| more dignified and modest form of eloquence, such as we 37 4, 16| Epistle: "Hold fast the form of sound words,; which thou 38 4, 21| nature's the features and form and completion of some man,


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