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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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former

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 14| God. Moreover, just as the former was called wisdom, but was 2 1, 19| consists in the putting away of former habits and former ways of 3 1, 19| away of former habits and former ways of life, and which 4 1, 19| in the dissolution of the former principle of life. And just 5 1, 19| destroyed by repentance its former habits, is created anew 6 1, 22| the full enjoyment of the former. We, however, who enjoy 7 1, 37| meaning he had put upon the former passage cannot be the true 8 2, 13| established by the authority of former speakers? ~ 9 2, 19| as instituted by God. The former kind, that which deals with 10 2, 21| honour of any of the dead of former times, the usual proceeding 11 2, 25| public crier would not in former times have announced to 12 2, 28| an historical narrative former institutions of men are 13 2, 29| from your stomach. In the former case the wholesome mixture 14 2, 34| truth of opinions. In the former case we learn what is consequent, 15 3, 6| nations; because, though the former were in bondage to temporal 16 3, 18| condemnation, if the use of the former be accompanied with charity, 17 3, 18| its own sake. For in the former case the man aims at a useful 18 3, 32| altogether different from the former; but as the two sets are 19 3, 34| be still speaking of the former; not that he grudges us 20 4, 2| ignorant of that art? That the former are to tell their falsehoods 21 4, 2| to believe it? That the former are to oppose the truth 22 4, 2| what is false? That the former, while imbuing the minds 23 4, 6| they would have done the former; if they had made it prominent, 24 4, 14| because they cannot attain the former, not because their judgment 25 4, 18| middle place between the former two, and are on that account 26 4, 21| intervals of intermission, the former doubles the days by fasting; 27 4, 29| when this takes place, the former draws from himself what


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