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obliged 1
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obscene 2
obscure 25
obscured 2
obscurities 6
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25 nations
25 never
25 next
25 obscure
25 proper
25 show
25 sort
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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obscure

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| the old moon, or some very obscure star, and I should point 2 pref, 0| penetrate the meaning of obscure passages in Scripture, they 3 pref, 0| down, if he meet with an obscure passage in the books which 4 2, 6 | of the expressions are so obscure as to shroud the meaning 5 2, 6 | hunger, and by the more obscure to stimulate our appetite. 6 2, 6 | nothing is dug out of those obscure passages which may not be 7 2, 9 | open up and investigate the obscure passages, and in doing so 8 2, 9 | throw light upon the more obscure, and use the evidence of 9 2, 12 | light upon some of the more obscure passages; for example, in 10 2, 12 | translations such as this are not obscure, but false; and there is 11 2, 16 | renders figurative expressions obscure, as when we do not know 12 3, 11 | placed in such a way as to obscure the sense, and make it allegorical 13 3, 26 | chap. 26. Obscure passages are to be interpreted 14 3, 26 | are to be understood in obscure passages. For example, there 15 3, 29 | with; and in this way many obscure passages have had light 16 3, 30 | author himself explains many obscure passages without using any 17 3, 30 | inquired into is certainly very obscure, no use whatever is made 18 3, 30 | able to interpret all the obscure passages in the law that 19 3, 30 | be laid open, and what is obscure shall be elucidated, so 20 3, 36 | is found in a still more obscure form; as, for example, our 21 4, 7 | hence some passages are more obscure, because more figurative, 22 4, 10 | pure Latin without becoming obscure or ambiguous, but which 23 4, 10 | is neither ambiguous nor obscure) not in the way the learned, 24 4, 11 | in making clear what was obscure; yet if this be done without 25 4, 20 | only to interpret what is obscure, and to unravel the difficulties


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