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christ 86
christian 32
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christians 5
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33 thy
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32 christian
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32 point
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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christian

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| need not consider himself a Christian, or may at least doubt whether 2 1, arg | we ought to teach to the Christian people, and also the signs 3 1, 30 | sin, if a man were not a Christian or were an enemy, to commit 4 2, arg | philosophy may be turned to a Christian use. And in conclusion, 5 2, 16 | the persecutors, lest the Christian faith should, as it were, 6 2, 18 | let every good and true Christian understand that wherever 7 2, 23 | repudiated and avoided by the Christian as the covenants of a false 8 2, 25 | rooted out of the mind of the Christian, we must then look at human 9 2, 25 | intercourse of life, the Christian is not by any means to neglect, 10 2, 29 | which case it becomes the Christian to avoid it the more carefully, 11 2, 39 | making it unnecessary for the Christian to spend his strength on 12 2, 40 | devils. These, therefore, the Christian, when he separates himself 13 2, 40 | must take and turn to a Christian use. ~ 14 2, 41 | this sign of the cross all Christian action is symbolized, viz., 15 2, 41 | sacraments. And purified by this Christian action, we shall be able 16 4, arg | specially necessary for the Christian teacher, whom it behoves 17 4, arg | Finally, he exhorts the Christian teacher himself, pointing 18 4, 1 | mine, which is entitled On Christian Doctrine, was at the commencement 19 4, 2 | chap. 2. It is lawful for a Christian teacher to use the art of 20 4, 4 | chap. 4. The duty of the Christian teacher~ 21 4, 5 | importance than eloquence to the Christian teacher~ 22 4, 7 | rhetoric, would not every Christian, learned or unlearned, laugh 23 4, 8 | eloquence, not to be imitated by Christian teachers~ 24 4, 11 | chap. 11. The Christian teacher must speak clearly, 25 4, 14 | wholesome discipline of Christian teaching had cured him of 26 4, 15 | chap. 15. The Christian teacher should pray before 27 4, 15 | And so our Christian orator, while he says what 28 4, 18 | chap. 18. The Christian orator is constantly dealing 29 4, 19 | chap. 19. The Christian teacher must use different 30 4, 26 | naturally affords? Wherefore the Christian teacher speaker ought, when 31 4, 26 | must, in the case of the Christian orator, be neither altogether 32 4, 31 | labour in sound, that is, in Christian doctrine, not for his own


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