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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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work

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| to take exception to the work, or who would do so, did 2 pref, 0| likely to object to this work of mine, because they have 3 pref, 0| no assistance from this work themselves, will give it 4 pref, 0| appear in the course of the work itself that no one can justly 5 1, arg | Argument~The author divides his work into two parts, one relating 6 1, 1 | hope of accomplishing the work rests on Him who has already 7 1, 1 | view to undertaking this work will, as soon as I begin 8 1, 1 | grace, so that, in this very work of distribution in which 9 1, 24 | ready for every needful work. For they strive by a kind 10 1, 30 | neighbour, because we are to work no ill to any man. ~ 11 2, 2 | exclude from the scope of this work as not necessary to my present 12 2, 11 | languages, ventured upon the work of translation. ~ 13 2, 15 | the Holy Spirit in their work of translation, that among 14 2, 15 | were separated during the work of translation, each man 15 2, 30 | remains as a result of his work, as, for example, a house, 16 3, 30 | very elaborate and useful work, have led the reader into 17 4, arg | to the second part of his work, that which treats of expression, 18 4, 1 | chap. 1. This work not intended as a treatise 19 4, 1 | This work of mine, which is entitled 20 4, 1 | to take exception to the work, I said, "There are two 21 4, 1 | and so finish the whole work in four books. ~ 22 4, 1 | teach them either in this work or any other. ~ 23 4, 5 | elegance, and spirit, the work that I am speaking of ought 24 4, 16 | of duty, it is esteemed a work of mercy or benevolence; 25 4, 20 | he says, "that all things work together for good to them 26 4, 21 | the introduction to his work, we find the following passage 27 4, 21 | of honour and praise, a work unbroken and unblemished, 28 4, 31 | Apology for the length of the work~


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