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wholly 8
whom 97
whomsoever 1
whose 35
whosoever 3
why 30
wicked 13
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35 order
35 scriptures
35 understood
35 whose
34 art
34 enjoy
34 heart
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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whose

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 4| diverted from that home whose delights would make us truly 2 1, 12| the outward eye of those whose inward sight is weak and 3 1, 20| Now he whose soul does not die to this 4 1, 22| drawn off from itself by whose diversion its own volume 5 1, 30| Whence it follows, that he whose duty it would be in turn 6 1, 33| rejoice to have come to Him in whose presence you place your 7 2, 1| conclude that an animal whose footprint this is has passed 8 2, 6| there are holy and just men whose life and conversation the 9 2, 14| kinds of words and phrases whose meaning we do not know, 10 2, 16| for example, where the man whose eyes our Lord had anointed 11 2, 21| But as the men were dead whose memory people were either 12 2, 25| reason, where, when, and by whose authority it was made. Finally, 13 2, 25| fables and fictions, in whose lies men take delight, are 14 2, 28| Pythagoras himself, from whose successors these men assert 15 2, 30| and navigation: or those whose sole result is an action, 16 2, 31| of making the person from whose error these consequences 17 2, 32| position taken up by those whose error the apostle wished 18 2, 33| reasoning, in order that he whose error we wish to correct 19 3, 7| Thou, Father Neptune, whose hoary temples are wreathed 20 3, 7| with the resounding sea, whose beard is the mighty ocean 21 3, 7| flowing forth unceasingly, and whose hair is the winding rivers." 22 3, 9| sign divinely appointed, whose force and significance he 23 3, 9| people of Israel through whose instrumentality the Holy 24 3, 12| ascribed to God, or to men whose holiness is put before us 25 3, 21| possession of one woman, whose husband also he ordered 26 3, 21| had but one ewe-lamb, and whose neighbour, though he had 27 3, 32| are told in the gospel, whose lord, when he comes, "shall 28 3, 34| things said in Scripture whose significance oversteps the 29 3, 37| sometimes made about the devil, whose truth is not so evident 30 4, 6| inquires whether the authors whose divinely-inspired writings 31 4, 10| do not understand us for whose sake we speak? He, therefore, 32 4, 15| we ought, except Him in whose hand both we and our speeches 33 4, 21| nature, but to His flesh, whose ever-flowing fountain of 34 4, 27| chap. 27. The man whose life is in harmony with 35 4, 30| the praise may be His "in whose hand are both we and our


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