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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| in my meditations on this subject. But before I enter upon 2 1, 1 | with many thoughts on this subject, I do not fear but that 3 1, 2 | with the division of the subject according to which I am 4 1, 7 | spiritual natures that are subject to change. All, however, 5 1, 8 | perceiving that even this is subject to change, they are compelled 6 1, 8 | unchangeably wise to one that is subject to change. This will be 7 1, 8 | in themselves that is not subject to change. ~ 8 1, 24 | habit and thus to make it subject to the spirit, which is 9 1, 24 | body, having become wholly subject to the spirit, will live 10 1, 24 | what it loves should be subject to the higher principle; 11 1, 40 | already been said on this subject in other volumes, either 12 1, 40 | shall give me light, the subject of signs. ~ 13 2, arg | proceeds to discuss the subject of signs. He first defines 14 2, 1 | things, I introduced the subject with a warning against attending 15 2, 1 | its turn to discuss the subject of signs, I lay down this 16 2, 1 | under this division of the subject, I could not altogether 17 2, 2 | hand. And this part of the subject I exclude from the scope 18 2, 39 | they do to the senses, are subject to the relations of space 19 2, 42 | meek and lowly of heart, subject to the easy yoke of Christ, 20 3, 13 | chap. 13. Same subject, continued~ 21 3, 32 | there were no change in the subject of the sentence. They will 22 3, 33 | when writing a book on this subject. It may be also named, of 23 4, 1 | to this one part of the subject, I shall only say a few 24 4, 2 | know how to introduce their subject, so as to put the hearer 25 4, 3 | theories and rules on this subject (to which, when you add 26 4, 10 | this sort be given, the subject discussed ought to be turned 27 4, 16 | Put them in mind to be subject to principalities and powers," 28 4, 18 | text, he should think his subject very unimportant, and therefore 29 4, 18 | happen to speak on this subject to the people, and the presence 30 4, 18 | altogether unworthy of the subject, a tongue of fire springs 31 4, 19 | so that in regard to a subject which it is not easy to 32 4, 20 | this life. It is a great subject, and is treated with power, 33 4, 20 | God. And he treats this subject with both power and beauty: " 34 4, 21 | same style he pursues the subject, devoting himself chiefly 35 4, 21 | from their treatment of a subject which both of them have 36 4, 26 | forth by the nature of the subject: this style, so used, frequently


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