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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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point

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| have failed to clear up the point they wish cleared up; and 2 pref, 0| obscure star, and I should point it out with my finger: if 3 pref, 0| I can move my finger to point out an object, it is out 4 pref, 0| or the object at which I point. ~ 5 1, 24 | hates himself. On this point, indeed, no question was 6 1, 25 | superfluous to argue longer on a point so very plain, but this 7 2, 7 | when he has reached the point of loving his enemy, full 8 2, 10 | proper when they are used to point out the objects they were 9 2, 10 | objects they were designed to point out, as we say bos when 10 2, 12 | as not to touch at some point. Accordingly here, as understanding 11 2, 21 | it is easy to observe the point at which this movement has 12 2, 22 | Nor is it to the point to say that the very smallest 13 2, 27 | But, coming to the next point, we are not to reckon among 14 2, 32 | their movements does not point out anything that he himself 15 3, 1 | the methods I am going to point out as childish), but yet, 16 3, 2 | betwixt two]; and after this point follows: "concupiscentiam 17 3, 2 | nothing to hinder us to point the sentence according to 18 3, 33 | Tichonius to clear up this point were good, but not complete. 19 3, 33 | attentive and anxious on this point, namely, that even faith 20 3, 34 | having up to a certain point been speaking about the 21 3, 34 | makes a transition at that point from the species to the 22 3, 34 | the prophet intended to point out as distinguished from 23 4, 7 | the matter further, or to point out the same facts in regard 24 4, 7 | the apostle's writings, to point out figures of speech which 25 4, 10 | close, or pass on to another point. For if a man gives pleasure 26 4, 10 | understand. And when this point has been reached, no further 27 4, 12 | grief, and rejoice when you point out an object for joy; if 28 4, 21 | to the discussion of the point in question. "Observe," 29 4, 21 | necessary to observe this point, that Noah, foreshadowing 30 4, 21 | proving and enforcing his point. ~ 31 4, 21 | and better part, lead and point the way to the Lord, to 32 4, 22 | striving to carry to a higher point the emotion we have excited,


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