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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 1, arg| and that our sins might be taken away, "The Word was made 2 2, 12| because "flesh" may be taken in its literal sense, so 3 2, 16| time, that is, when it is taken four times, we are admonished 4 2, 16| Pentecost, and how this number taken thrice on account of the 5 2, 16| fifty-three fishes which were taken after the resurrection of 6 2, 32| the dead," the position taken up by those whose error 7 3, arg| correctness of doctrine must be taken figuratively. He then goes 8 3, 4| liberty to take. It has been taken, however in that passage 9 3, 5| is said figuratively is taken as if it were said literally, 10 3, 10| of God that cannot, when taken literally, be referred either 11 3, 10| an erroneous opinion has taken possession of the mind, 12 3, 15| reign of love. Now, if when taken literally it at once gives 13 3, 17| ruling a wife are not to be taken literally, but figuratively; 14 3, 21| temporal prosperity, had taken unlawful possession of one 15 3, 22| Old Testament are to be taken not literally only, but 16 3, 22| those which the reader has taken literally, and which, though 17 3, 25| in one place it is to be taken to signify in all other 18 3, 25| what sense they ought to be taken, as for example, "In the 19 3, 25| of the same object being taken, not in opposite, but only 20 3, 29| because when the words taken literally give an absurd 21 3, 34| overstepped and the genus taken in. For he goes on to say: " 22 3, 35| mentioned in Jeremiah may be taken in a spiritual sense for 23 4, 7| Scripture. Suppose I had taken the further trouble, at 24 4, 10| that the latter might be taken not as the singular of " 25 4, 10| perhaps some trouble may be taken to enforce it so as to bring 26 4, 17| majestic style:" as if he had taken in also the three ends mentioned 27 4, 20| so much. But care must be taken that, while adding harmony, 28 4, 21| character those who have taken vows ought to be. To prevail


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