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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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believe

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 7| thought of, even by those who believe that there are other gods, 2 1, 7| could any one be found to believe that any being to whom there 3 1, 12| preaching to save them that believe." ~ 4 1, 12| preaching to save them that believe? ~ 5 1, 18| in the Church should not believe that his sins are remitted, 6 1, 18| but that whosoever should believe, and should repent, and 7 1, 18| Church. For he who does not believe that his sins can be pardoned, 8 1, 19| pattern, so we must hope and believe that the body, after that 9 1, 21| the assurance, and we must believe that it is so in fact, that 10 1, 37| cannot love what he does not believe to exist. But if he both 11 2, 5| accordance with which they believe these men to have spoken. ~ 12 2, 7| We must rather think and believe that whatever is there written, 13 2, 7| gives him no option but to believe in and submit to the authority 14 2, 12| believed, some of them might believe too. And he calls the Jews 15 2, 12| Isaiah: "If ye will not believe, ye shall not understand," 16 2, 12| translated: "If ye will not believe, ye shall not abide." Now 17 2, 12| one says, "If ye will not believe, ye shall not understand;" 18 2, 12| the other, "If ye will not believe, ye shall not abide." ~ 19 2, 15| which in the future were to believe in the Lord. And thus it 20 2, 25| heard it. And we may well believe this, because even now, 21 2, 27| bodily senses we either believe on testimony, or perceive 22 2, 28| is the height of folly to believe. ~ 23 3, 3| the height of madness to believe this, the passage will be 24 3, 6| were realities, could not believe that one who refused to 25 3, 6| from God. But those who did believe, from among whom the first 26 3, 12| in his sober senses would believe, for example, that when 27 3, 19| excess, such men do not believe it possible that the men 28 3, 20| Let them believe, on the contrary, that the 29 3, 20| as they are who refuse to believe these things. ~ 30 3, 29| writings, can imagine or believe. Nevertheless those who 31 3, 33| behalf of Christ, not only to believe on Him, but also to suffer 32 4, 2| and, in fine, not easy to believe it? That the former are 33 4, 13| taught are such that to believe or to know them is enough, 34 4, 20| might be given to them that believe." It is part, then, of the 35 4, 20| as I am more inclined to believe, the authors designedly 36 4, 24| the quiet style know or believe a truth which they were 37 4, 26| great that one can hardly believe it to be the subdued style.


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