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interposing 1
interposition 2
interpret 11
interpretation 31
interpretations 5
interpreted 6
interpreter 6
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32 point
31 eloquent
31 hearer
31 interpretation
31 learn
31 matters
31 means
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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interpretation

   Book, Chapter
1 pref | that to teach rules for the interpretation of Scripture is not a superfluous 2 pref, 0| are certain rules for the interpretation of Scripture which I think 3 pref, 0| instructed in any rules of interpretation, at the same time believes, 4 pref, 0| understand, but also the rules of interpretation they follow. For no one 5 pref, 0| who lays down rules for interpretation is like one who teaches 6 1, 1 | Chap. 1. The interpretation of Scripture depends on 7 1, 1 | two things on which all interpretation of Scripture depends: the 8 1, 24 | led astray by a mistaken interpretation of what they read: "The 9 1, 36 | chap. 36. That interpretation of Scripture which builds 10 1, 36 | of them, but puts such an interpretation upon them as does not tend 11 1, 36 | to say, if his mistaken interpretation tends to build up love, 12 1, 37 | 37. Dangers of mistaken interpretation~ 13 1, 40 | graces, he may come to the interpretation of these books with an easy 14 2, arg | attending to the context. In the interpretation of figurative expressions, 15 2, arg | ourselves to the study and interpretation of the sacred books. ~ 16 2, 6 | cannot hit upon even a fair interpretation. Some of the expressions 17 2, 29 | almost no assistance, in the interpretation of Holy Scripture, and by 18 2, 39 | left in Scripture without interpretation; and what Eusebius has done 19 2, 40 | without prejudice to any other interpretation that may be as good, or 20 3, arg | to lay down rules for the interpretation of expressions which have 21 3, arg | principle being, that no interpretation can be true which does not 22 3, 2 | comes after, to see which interpretation, out of many that offer 23 3, 2 | particle have preferred the interpretation which makes the apostle 24 3, 15 | upon what we read till an interpretation be found that tends to establish 25 3, 17 | tries to put a figurative interpretation on the passage where it 26 3, 22 | refer the figure to its interpretation, but let him not transfer 27 3, 24 | until we arrive at a true interpretation, especially when we bring 28 3, 27 | When, again, not some one interpretation, but two or more interpretations 29 3, 27 | words, foresaw that this interpretation would occur to the reader, 30 3, 31 | of course, a matter for interpretation which of these two refers 31 4, 1 | two things on which all interpretation of Scripture depends: the


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