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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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teach

   Book, Chapter
1 pref | Preface - Showing that to teach rules for the interpretation 2 pref, 0| These rules I propose to teach to those who are able and 3 pref, 0| all our brethren not to teach their children any of these 4 pref, 0| Seeing, then, that these men teach others, either through speech 5 pref, 0| cannot blame me if I likewise teach not only what they understand, 6 1, arg | what things we ought to teach to the Christian people, 7 2, 20 | accustomed not so much to teach as to celebrate. And to 8 2, 28 | literature, so as to be able to teach and write those views of 9 2, 32 | may be able to learn and teach it; for it exists eternally 10 3, 23 | fact to this use also, to teach him not to dare to vaunt 11 3, 29 | this is not the place to teach them to the illiterate, 12 3, 30 | indicate what these seven rules teach or advise. ~ 13 4, 1 | he is not to ask me to teach them either in this work 14 4, 4 | opponent of error, both to teach what is right and to refute 15 4, 5 | If, then, the men who teach the principles of eloquence 16 4, 7 | which I learnt and used to teach. But how beautiful it is, 17 4, 10 | avoid all words that do not teach; and if instead of them 18 4, 12 | according to Cicero, is to teach, to delight, and to move. 19 4, 12 | man must speak so as to teach, to delight, and to persuade." 20 4, 12 | persuade." Then he adds: "To teach is a necessity, to delight 21 4, 12 | do it not. Therefore, to teach is a necessity. For what 22 4, 13 | practical truth, must not only teach so as to give instruction, 23 4, 15 | anxious both to know and to teach should learn all that is 24 4, 16 | how or what they should teach, since the Holy Spirit makes 25 4, 16 | how or what they should teach others. And these three 26 4, 16 | These things command and teach?" What these things are, 27 4, 16 | how and what they should teach? Or are we to understand, 28 4, 16 | though the duty of men to teach even the teachers does not 29 4, 16 | addressed in the psalm: "Teach me to do Thy will; for Thou 30 4, 17 | three objects, either to teach, or to give pleasure, or 31 4, 24 | change in many; but it was to teach them what they were ignorant 32 4, 26 | why do we enforce what we teach by divine testimony, except 33 4, 27 | harmony with his teaching will teach with greater effect~ 34 4, 27 | objects, they do not dare to teach their own doctrines, sitting 35 4, 28 | were deformed, so men who teach lies are the more pitiable 36 4, 28 | which it is expedient to teach in fit and proper words,


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