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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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present

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 12| though He is everywhere present to the inner eye when it 2 1, 16| Moreover He exercises it in the present time, and purges it with 3 1, 22| reality, is our comfort in the present time. But a curse is pronounced 4 1, 40| thought it necessary for my present purpose; for much has already 5 1, 40| let this be the end of the present book. In the next I shall 6 2, arg| and ambiguous signs. The present book deals only with unknown 7 2, 1| my design to discuss at present. But as it comes under this 8 2, 2| work as not necessary to my present object. ~ 9 2, 14| afterwards. I am treating at present of unknown signs, of which, 10 2, 16| protect its head it will present its whole body to its assailants 11 2, 20| misfortune than grieved by your present loss. Whence that witty 12 2, 29| to a description of the present state of things, something 13 2, 29| one may go back from the present position and motion of the 14 2, 30| which I do not touch at present), but with a view to forming 15 2, 39| objects, either past or present, that relate to the bodily 16 3, 9| the Scriptures. But at the present time, after that the proof 17 3, 10| things past, future, and present. It is a narrative of the 18 3, 10| and a description of the present. But all these tend to nourish 19 3, 12| could not be done at the present time, except through lust. 20 3, 18| can be transferred to the present time as a habit of life. 21 3, 30| canonical Scriptures which present obscurities of such a kind 22 3, 32| declares itself to be at present both; and this because the 23 3, 32| the two sets are for the present united in one body, He speaks 24 3, 36| have renounced? Is not the present rather the time to give 25 4, 4| both what is occurring at present and what is probable in 26 4, 12| if he pity those whom you present to him as objects of pity, 27 4, 20| time when no one will be present to answer it, or lest, if 28 4, 20| should occur to a man who is present but says nothing about it, 29 4, 20| mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, 30 4, 20| nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor 31 4, 20| formed in you, I desire to be present with you now, and to change


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