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33 away
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33 well
32 christian
32 follows
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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well

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| undertaking, I think it well to meet the objections of 2 pref, 0| do understand Scripture well, or think they do, and who, 3 1, 14 | Christ used His mortality so well as to restore us to life. 4 2, 2 | the purpose of showing, as well as they can, the feelings 5 2, 12 | whom the meaning is not well known, is deceived by an 6 2, 16 | comparison. The fact so well known about the serpent, 7 2, 25 | frequently heard it. And we may well believe this, because even 8 2, 36 | to enforce the truth as well, it is not the faculty itself 9 2, 39 | Accordingly, I think that it is well to warn studious and able 10 3, 22 | only, but figuratively as well, nevertheless even in the 11 3, 29 | but the very names as well: for instance, allegory, 12 3, 29 | behaving badly, "You are doing well." But it is not by the tone 13 4, 3 | both things that is, speak well, and, in order to do this, 14 4, 5 | wisdom, but with eloquence as well; and there is not more time 15 4, 6 | wise only, or eloquent as well. A question which to me, 16 4, 10 | indifference about what sounds well, compared with what dearly 17 4, 10 | things that are already well known, especially when men' 18 4, 10 | even things that are very well known are told for the sake 19 4, 10 | style itself is already well known, if it be pleasing 20 4, 12 | or persuade his hearer as well, he will not accomplish 21 4, 13 | hearer must be moved as well as instructed~ 22 4, 16 | them teachers, he may as well say that we need not pray, 23 4, 20 | harmonious endings, am just as well pleased to find them in 24 4, 20 | true; as unknown, and yet well known; as dying, and, behold, 25 4, 20 | zealously affect you, but not well; yea, they would exclude 26 4, 21 | injuring no one, wishing well to all; dutiful to her elders, 27 4, 21 | speak the truth and speak it well, speak it, that is, judiciously, 28 4, 26 | merely, but with pleasure as well. Again, why do we enforce 29 4, 28 | maintain a good reputation as well, providing things honest 30 4, 28 | thinks that a thing is well said in proportion as it 31 4, 28 | eloquently, then, and wisely as well, is just to express truths 32 4, 29 | it is the man who speaks well, but lives badly, who really 33 4, 30 | themselves may deliver it well, and that those to whom


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