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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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order

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 4| either by land or water, in order to reach that fatherland 2 1, 13| Just as when we speak, in order that what we leave in our 3 1, 24| spirit, which is what the order of nature demands. For as, 4 1, 27| chap. 27. The order of love~ 5 2, 8| the times, and follows the order of the events. There are 6 2, 8| seem to follow no regular order, and are connected neither 7 2, 8| connected neither with the order of the preceding books nor 8 2, 15| same words and in the same order of words in all the rest, 9 2, 17| had originally given the order for three, not because it 10 2, 21| God has made and set in order after His own pleasure, 11 2, 22| of observing the stars in order to predict the events of 12 2, 32| the man who narrates the order of events does not himself 13 2, 32| not himself create that order; and as he who describes 14 2, 33| process of reasoning, in order that he whose error we wish 15 3, 10| easily slides into crimes, in order to remove hindrances to, 16 3, 30| right to say thus much, in order both that the book may be 17 3, 36| appears to be following the order of time, or the continuity 18 3, 36| but which in the strict order of events came after all 19 3, 36| as now appears from the order of the narrative itself: 20 4, 1| making known the meaning, in order if possible to bring them 21 4, 3| is, speak well, and, in order to do this, think of the 22 4, 3| not that they use them in order to be eloquent. ~ 23 4, 4| rather than instructed, in order that they may be diligent 24 4, 12| hearer must be pleased in order to secure his attention, 25 4, 12| he must be persuaded in order to move him to action. And 26 4, 17| things in a subdued style, in order to give instruction, moderate 27 4, 17| in a temperate style, in order to give pleasure, and great 28 4, 17| in a majestic style, in order to sway the mind." ~ 29 4, 20| preferred to retain even the order of the words. And how this 30 4, 20| translated to us in the same order of words does not run very 31 4, 20| language at least; though, in order to give an accurate rendering 32 4, 21| priest forever after the order of Melchizedek.'" In this 33 4, 22| necessary to stir up in order to carry the hearer's feelings 34 4, 23| majestic would be allowable, in order that the majestic when it 35 4, 23| expressed in the quiet style, in order to give greater effect to


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