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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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nature

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 6| no true knowledge of His nature; but yet all who know the 2 1, 6| their ears, to think of a nature supreme in excellence and 3 1, 7| reach the conception of a nature, than which nothing more 4 1, 8| they go on to look into the nature of the life itself, if they 5 1, 8| by going beyond their own nature; for they find nothing in 6 1, 13| being modified in its own nature by the change: so the Divine 7 1, 13| though suffering no change of nature, yet became flesh, that 8 1, 23| even over those who are by nature its equals, that is, its 9 1, 24| which is what the order of nature demands. For as, after the 10 1, 24| grown in upon it by a law of nature till it has become inveterate. 11 1, 26| with us, through a law of nature which has never been violated, 12 1, 30| brother." But as the Divine nature is of higher excellence 13 1, 30| and far removed above, our nature, the command to love God 14 1, 34| Himself, who has freed our nature from the bondage of temporal 15 2, 1| chap. 1. Signs, their nature and variety~ 16 2, 16| when we do not know the nature of the animals, or minerals, 17 2, 16| then, knowledge of the nature of the serpent throws light 18 2, 17| material of song, is by nature of three kinds. For it is 19 2, 20| chap. 20. The superstitious nature of human institutions~ 20 2, 20| advantage of the forces of nature. Examples of these are the 21 2, 22| produces great effects in nature, and in the extremely rapid 22 2, 24| among the Latins, not by nature, but by agreement and prearrangement 23 2, 25| dancing were of force by nature, and not by the arrangement 24 2, 29| situation of places, and the nature of animals, trees, herbs, 25 3, 1| ignorant of the force and nature of those which are used 26 3, 12| this kind it is not the nature of the things we use, but 27 3, 12| And everything of this nature that is there narrated we 28 3, 29| at all about either the nature or the names of these figures 29 4, 18| least is great. For as the nature of the circle, viz., that 30 4, 21| referring not to Christ's divine nature, but to His flesh, whose 31 4, 21| falling beneath the demands of nature, the other rising above 32 4, 21| to take a step of such a nature and of so great importance, 33 4, 21| depict in colours that rival nature's the features and form 34 4, 21| to change the features of nature into those of a painting, 35 4, 21| with modesty, but thou with nature." It is sufficiently clear, 36 4, 26| to be called forth by the nature of the subject: this style,


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