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language 35
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35 order
35 scriptures
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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language

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| one of us learnt his own language by hearing it constantly 2 pref, 0| childhood, and that any other language we have learnt, Greek, or 3 pref, 0| immediately began to speak the language of every race; and warn 4 1, 33 | it, and it is an abuse of language to say that you enjoy it. 5 2, arg | signs, the ambiguities of language being reserved for treatment 6 2, 5 | at first set forth in one language, by means of which it could 7 2, 6 | arise from its figurative language~ 8 2, 6 | expressed in the plainest language, without the help of this 9 2, 6 | set forth in the plainest language elsewhere. ~ 10 2, 9 | extent familiar with the language of Scripture, we may proceed 11 2, 11 | into the idiom of another language. And this happens chiefly 12 2, 12 | ambiguity in the original language, and puts upon the passage 13 2, 13 | unless we examine it in the language which they translate; and 14 2, 13 | preserving of the custom of language established by the authority 15 2, 13 | simply the idiom of another language than that any deeper meaning 16 2, 16 | 16. The knowledge both of language and things is helpful for 17 2, 16 | number of men skilled in that language have conferred no small 18 2, 16 | whatever other names in that language we are not acquainted with. 19 2, 24 | as it were, the common language, but they are all full of 20 3, 4 | either way. But in the Greek language the two cases are not the 21 3, 11 | no doubt the whole of the language is figurative, and to be 22 3, 36 | the whole earth was of one language and of one speech." Now 23 3, 36 | the whole earth was of one language and of one speech," seems 24 3, 36 | the earth they had all one language in common; but this is evidently 25 3, 36 | be said to have its own language if all had one language 26 3, 36 | language if all had one language in common. And so it is 27 3, 36 | the whole earth was of one language and of one speech," the 28 3, 36 | was, that from having one language in common, the nations were 29 4, 6 | cry up their own form of language as superior to that of our 30 4, 14 | him of that redundancy of language, and confined him to a more 31 4, 14 | fluency and exuberance of language here; but it is too florid 32 4, 19 | beauty and splendour of language opens up before man, who 33 4, 20 | this sounds in the Greek language, in which the apostle spoke, 34 4, 20 | beauty, beautiful even in our language, but especially beautiful 35 4, 20 | some of them, in the Hebrew language at least; though, in order


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