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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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end

   Book, Chapter
1 1, arg| is the fulfilment and the end of all Scripture. After 2 1, 4| wandering, and wishing to put an end to our misery, determined 3 1, 4| unwilling to hasten the end of our journey; and becoming 4 1, 26| the prophets." Thus the end of the commandment is love, 5 1, 29| should tend to that one end. For in the theatres, dens 6 1, 35| 35. The fulfilment and end of Scripture is the love 7 1, 35| that the fulfilment and the end of the Law, and of all Holy 8 1, 36| build up love, which is the end of the commandment, he goes 9 1, 40| fully understands that "the end of the commandment is charity, 10 1, 40| And so let this be the end of the present book. In 11 3, 7| established for a useful end instead of the thing itself 12 3, 11| and to be referred to the end I have spoken of. ~ 13 3, 12| bearing ultimately upon the end of love towards God or our 14 3, 13| some prudent or benevolent end, either directly, as is 15 3, 14| one's neighbour, puts an end to all crimes. For no one 16 3, 23| men were recorded to this end, that men might everywhere 17 4, arg| that they all have the same end in view, to bring home the 18 4, 3| can occasionally be in the end mastered by men of slower 19 4, 12| will not accomplish that end by putting his thought in 20 4, 14| and what will ye do in the end thereof?" O eloquence, which 21 4, 14| what shall we do in the end thereof? And assuredly it 22 4, 20| subdued style, except at the end, where it rises into a temperate 23 4, 21| God touched it with the end of the staff that was in 24 4, 21| at another place in the end of the epistle, "As we have 25 4, 25| we may conclude, that the end arrived at by the two styles 26 4, 25| not in itself an adequate end; but when what we have to 27 4, 25| however, ought to make that end subordinate to another, 28 4, 25| the pursuit of the good end which we hold out before 29 4, 28| love itself, which is the end of the commandment and the


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