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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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question

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 22| it becomes an important question, whether men ought to enjoy, 2 1, 22| one another: but it is a question whether man is to be loved 3 1, 24| On this point, indeed, no question was ever raised by any sect. 4 1, 30| further in this connection a question about angels. For they are 5 1, 30| the man who had asked the question admitted the truth of this 6 2, 2| signification, is another question, and does not pertain to 7 2, 6| knowledge the same, is another question, and one very difficult 8 2, 16| and the harp. And it is a question which it is not out of place 9 2, 16| the law (and if again any question is raised about that number, 10 2, 28| the Greeks, what a great question our own Ambrose has set 11 3, 3| follows an answer to this question, "God who justifieth," and 12 3, 3| justifieth," and to make a second question, "Who is he that condemneth?" 13 3, 3| to make the first part a question of inquiry, and the second 14 3, 3| given as the answer to this question: "That the Gentiles, which 15 3, 3| a man who asks the whole question with doubt and hesitation, 16 3, 33| seems to me to be a great question in itself, rather than a 17 3, 33| want of clear views on this question that originated, or at least 18 3, 33| For, in discussing the question about faith and works, he 19 3, 35| explains also the great question about the resurrection of 20 4, 6| or eloquent as well. A question which to me, and to those 21 4, 10| has the power of asking a question; but when all are silent 22 4, 10| decorous for a person to ask a question about what he does not understand; 23 4, 20| besides, when out of one question other questions arise, and 24 4, 20| to return to the original question from which he set out. It 25 4, 21| this book he resolves the question, whether the cup of the 26 4, 21| discussion of the point in question. "Observe," he says, "that 27 4, 21| also, though dealing with a question of very great importance, 28 4, 23| as I have said, a knotty question comes up to be settled,


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