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reader 27
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reading 19
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27 former
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27 often
27 reader
27 spoken
26 accordingly
26 comes
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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reader

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 40| chap. 40. What manner of reader Scripture demands~ 2 2, 13| men), a quick and careful reader would indeed by an effort 3 2, 14| or an idiom, of which the reader is ignorant, brings him 4 2, 16| should chance to bring the reader to a standstill, their meaning 5 2, 16| very great drawback to the reader. And so in regard to minerals 6 2, 16| numbers often shuts out the reader from this instruction. ~ 7 2, 39| is of more service to the reader in disentangling and explaining 8 2, 42| When, then, the reader is possessed of the instruction 9 3, 2| punctuated or pronounced, let the reader consult the rule of faith 10 3, 2| therefore, are left to the reader's discretion. ~ 11 3, 3| the carelessness of the reader, are corrected either by 12 3, 3| doubtful, but so that the reader will not be in fault in 13 3, 3| it is not clear to the reader whether he should take the 14 3, 22| case of those which the reader has taken literally, and 15 3, 27| interpretation would occur to the reader, nay, made provision that 16 3, 30| useful work, have led the reader into false expectations. 17 3, 32| Now this rule requires the reader to be on his guard when 18 3, 34| species to the genus, the reader must then be carefully on 19 3, 34| that I am the Lord," the reader ought now carefully to observe 20 3, 35| numbers which the diligent reader of Scripture soon comes 21 3, 36| these sayings, unless the reader be watchful and intelligent 22 4, 7| the view of directing the reader's attention more particularly 23 4, 7| home to the intelligent reader, it is useless to tell any 24 4, 7| example. But an intelligent reader will not be so much instructed 25 4, 10| speaks be a speaker or a reader. For things that are gracefully 26 4, 21| style is maintained, as the reader may easily satisfy himself. ~ 27 4, 31| expected or desired. But the reader or hearer who finds pleasure


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