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evidence 3
evident 8
evidently 4
evil 26
evils 2
evolved 2
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27 spoken
26 accordingly
26 comes
26 evil
26 go
26 having
26 right
St. Augustine
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evil

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 9| by the contrary blasts of evil habits, and pursue lower 2 1, 15| at it on account of their evil deeds. And what tongue can 3 1, 18| remained for him than to be evil, when he has ceased to have 4 1, 24| lust of the body i.e., its evil habit and thus to make it 5 1, 24| ill founded peace of an evil habit, and to bring about 6 1, 32| cannot with impunity be evil; and so far as we are evil, 7 1, 32| evil; and so far as we are evil, so far is our existence 8 1, 37| should once permit that evil to creep in, it will utterly 9 2, 23| that men who lust after evil things are, by a secret 10 2, 23| the just reward of their evil desires. For they are deluded 11 2, 23| Apostle Paul did not spare the evil spirit on that account, 12 3, 11| every soul of man that does evil, of the Jew first, and also 13 3, 36| of knowledge of good and evil." Next the river is mentioned 14 4, 7| set apart for the day of evil, and that come near to the 15 4, 7| set apart for the day of evil, and come near to the seat 16 4, 7| set apart for the day of evil, who come near to the seat 17 4, 7| set apart for the day of evil, and come near the seat 18 4, 20| dissimulation. Abhor that which is evil, cleave to that which is 19 4, 20| honour and dishonour, by evil report and good report: 20 4, 21| guilty acts merely, but the evil lusts of their hearts. For 21 4, 21| adultery in thee. Thou art the evil promptress of thine own 22 4, 24| their hearts and lives an evil so cruel and inveterate; 23 4, 25| good habits and give up evil ones, if they are not so 24 4, 27| though they did what was evil. And so they followed their 25 4, 27| an excuse for their own evil lives in comparing the teaching 26 4, 29| vipers, how can ye, being evil, speak good things?" And


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