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splendour 3
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spoke 7
spoken 27
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spot 3
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27 name
27 often
27 reader
27 spoken
26 accordingly
26 comes
26 evil
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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spoken

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| same way, by hearing it spoken, or from a human teacher. 2 1, 6 | Have I spoken of God, or uttered His praise, 3 1, 6 | unspeakable, could not have been spoken. And so God is not even 4 1, 6 | unspeakable is what cannot be spoken of, it is not unspeakable 5 1, 22 | enjoyment which we have spoken of as eternal and unchangeable. 6 2, 5 | believe these men to have spoken. ~ 7 2, 9 | and love, of which I have spoken in the previous book. After 8 2, 21 | easily see that the stars spoken of above formerly wandered 9 2, 26 | required a matter I have spoken of above. To this class 10 2, 29 | lawful and free kind now spoken of. For it is one thing 11 2, 37 | But the art previously spoken of, which deals with inferences, 12 3, 10 | these matters have been spoken of in the first book. ~ 13 3, 11 | reference, as if it were spoken figuratively. Take, for 14 3, 11 | referred to the end I have spoken of. ~ 15 3, 31 | change made in the person spoken of. For a single person 16 3, 36 | from applying the rule here spoken of. For example, in the 17 3, 36 | revelation of the Lord here spoken of. ~ 18 4, 5 | justly praised as having spoken, or as being accustomed 19 4, 6 | its presence, the matters spoken of are such, that the words 20 4, 7 | also that these things are spoken of, the style is adorned 21 4, 14 | beauty of expression here spoken of, that not only is it 22 4, 14 | prophet compared His own word spoken through His holy prophets. 23 4, 14 | persuasive, that truth be spoken, and that what is just, 24 4, 14 | assembly, moreover, such as is spoken of when it is said, "I will 25 4, 18 | wherever these truths are spoken of, whether in public or 26 4, 19 | then great matters must be spoken of with power, and in a 27 4, 20 | the temperate style just spoken of, chiefly in that it is


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