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thought 30
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30 lust
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30 son
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30 why
30 world
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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thought

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| such is the start I have thought good to make on the road 2 1, 7 | one supreme God of gods is thought of, even by those who believe 3 1, 7 | worship them as gods, their thought takes the form of an endeavour 4 1, 13 | called speech; and yet our thought does not lose itself in 5 1, 30 | pernicious, that the apostle thought it no sin, if a man were 6 1, 38 | it of less value than he thought; on the contrary, however 7 1, 40 | objects of faith, as far as I thought it necessary for my present 8 2, 5 | more than to find out the thought and will of those by whom 9 2, 6 | when he listens to the same thought expressed in the plainest 10 2, 7 | necessity excite in us the thought of our mortality and of 11 2, 8 | given to such as have been thought worthy to be the seat of 12 2, 11 | mind than any part of a thought we have in our mind. And 13 2, 11 | Greek manuscript, and who thought he had any knowledge, were 14 2, 13 | clearly see what the actual thought is which the several translators 15 2, 15 | given them all one voice, thought most suitable for the Gentiles. 16 3, 14 | the light of wisdom have thought that there was no such thing 17 3, 30 | expectations. And I have thought it right to say thus much, 18 3, 36 | previous statement might be thought to imply, did we not accurately 19 3, 36 | revelation of the Lord will be thought the time for giving heed 20 3, 37 | speaking of as much as I thought enough, students of these 21 4, 7 | his very detractors, who thought his bodily presence weak 22 4, 7 | sound of the viol. They thought that they had instruments 23 4, 7 | skill in their art: "they thought that they had instruments 24 4, 10 | only the substance of his thought be conveyed and apprehended 25 4, 12 | that end by putting his thought in any shape no matter what, 26 4, 15 | of a pious mind: "Take no thought how or what ye shall speak; 27 4, 20 | vehemence; and the force of the thought, not the desire for ornament, 28 4, 24 | saw their tears, that I thought I had produced an effect. 29 4, 24 | persuade them of what they thought incredible, not to make 30 4, 29 | be the result of his own thought, and yet they have nothing


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