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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| passion with me on that account. As for those who, even 2 1, 15 | instead of quaking at it on account of their evil deeds. And 3 1, 30 | For He shows us pity on account of His own goodness, but 4 1, 30 | show pity to one another on account of His; that is, He pities 5 2, arg | useful, may be turned to account in removing our ignorance 6 2, 11 | in their original form on account of the more sacred authority 7 2, 11 | but, as has been said, on account of the diversities among 8 2, 12 | the Jews his "flesh," on account of the relationship of blood. 9 2, 16 | sacredness attached to it on account of the Pentecost, and how 10 2, 16 | this number taken thrice on account of the three divisions of 11 2, 16 | under grace, or perhaps on account of the name of the Father, 12 2, 16 | itself is not on that very account the more to be considered 13 2, 18 | heart, ought we on that account to forsake justice and virtue. 14 2, 21 | were called genethliaci, on account of their attention to birthdays, 15 2, 21 | names either of beasts on account of their likeness to beasts, 16 2, 23 | the evil spirit on that account, but rebuked and cast it 17 2, 39 | several classes, and give an account of the unknown places, and 18 2, 39 | only, and committing his account to writing. This might also 19 2, 39 | of Scripture, and on that account is of more service to the 20 3, 12 | kingdom of heaven. And on account of the necessity for a numerous 21 3, 21 | him. For it was on this account he had given orders that 22 3, 21 | a passing guest. On this account the unlawful appetite is 23 3, 30 | with caution, not only on account of the errors into which 24 3, 30 | as a man, but chiefly on account of the heresies which he 25 3, 34 | own time was to them, on account of the unchangeableness 26 4, 10 | understand; and on this account the speaker ought to be 27 4, 18 | former two, and are on that account called middling, or moderate. 28 4, 24 | are not to suppose on that account that he is speaking in the


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