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1 pref | interpretation of Scripture is not a superfluous task ~ 2 pref, 0| word, that they may profit not only from reading the works 3 pref, 0| learn, if God our Lord do not withhold from me, while 4 pref, 0| or who would do so, did I not conciliate them beforehand. 5 pref, 0| yet at least they will not prevail with others (over 6 pref, 0| have influence, did they not find them forearmed against 7 pref, 0| out that such rules are not necessary for any one, but 8 pref, 0| all these. To those who do not understand what is here 9 pref, 0| my answer is, that I am not to be blamed for their want 10 pref, 0| with my finger: if they had not sight enough to see even 11 pref, 0| just and holy man, who, not being able to read himself, 12 pref, 0| stories are false, I do not strongly insist on them. 13 pref, 0| advise all our brethren not to teach their children 14 pref, 0| and warn every one who has not had a like experience that 15 pref, 0| experience that he need not consider himself a Christian, 16 pref, 0| without jealousy. And do not let us tempt Him in whom 17 pref, 0| unspeakable words, such as it is not lawful for man to utter, 18 pref, 0| Peter for instruction, and not only received the sacraments 19 pref, 0| more degraded if God had not chosen to make use of men 20 pref, 0| Isaiah the prophet, and did not understand what he read, 21 pref, 0| understand what he read, was not sent by the apostle to an 22 pref, 0| explained to him what he did not understand, nor was he inwardly 23 pref, 0| him the Scriptures. Did not God talk with Moses, and 24 pref, 0| originate, was to be ascribed not to the man who devised it, 25 pref, 0| obscurities of Scripture, though not instructed in any rules 26 pref, 0| believes, that this power is not his own, in the sense of 27 pref, 0| so he seeks God's glory, not his own. But reading and 28 pref, 0| for others? Why does he not rather send them direct 29 pref, 0| blame me if I likewise teach not only what they understand, 30 pref, 0| what have we that we did not receive? And if we have 31 pref, 0| do we glory, as if we had not received it? ~ 32 pref, 0| who knows how to read is not dependent on some one else, 33 pref, 0| books which he reads, will not need an interpreter to lay 34 1, arg | body to eternal glory; if not, we shall be raised to everlasting 35 1, arg | be loved, yet our love is not to rest in them, but to 36 1, arg | God. And we ourselves are not objects of enjoyment to 37 1, 1 | thoughts on this subject, I do not fear but that He will go 38 1, 1 | For a possession which is not diminished by being shared 39 1, 1 | if it is possessed and not shared, is not yet possessed 40 1, 1 | possessed and not shared, is not yet possessed as it ought 41 1, 2 | other things of that kind. Not, however, the wood which 42 1, 2 | also a thing; for what is not a thing is nothing at all. 43 1, 2 | Every thing, however, is not also a sign. And so, in 44 1, 2 | as signs also, that will not interfere with the division 45 1, 2 | they are in themselves, not what other things they are 46 1, 4 | strange country, and could not live happily away from our 47 1, 4 | this world must be used, not enjoyed, that so the invisible 48 1, 5 | if He is an object, and not rather the cause of all 49 1, 5 | cause of all. For it is not easy to find a name that 50 1, 5 | substance. The Father is not the Son nor the Holy Spirit; 51 1, 5 | Holy Spirit; the Son is not the Father nor the Holy 52 1, 5 | Spirit; the Holy Spirit is not the Father nor the Son: 53 1, 6 | have said anything, it is not what I desired to say. How 54 1, 6 | been unspeakable, could not have been spoken. And so 55 1, 6 | been spoken. And so God is not even to be called "unspeakable," 56 1, 6 | cannot be spoken of, it is not unspeakable if it can be 57 1, 8 | conception of Him that is not absurd and unworthy who 58 1, 8 | by life it lives or does not live, and prefer what is 59 1, 8 | unchangeable life, which is not at one time foolish, at 60 1, 8 | nothing in themselves that is not subject to change. ~ 61 1, 9 | contemplation. And the man who does not see it is like a blind man 62 1, 10 | our native land. For it is not by change of place that 63 1, 11 | been wholly incapable, had not Wisdom condescended to adapt 64 1, 12 | the world by wisdom knew not God, it pleased God by the 65 1, 12 | Not then in the sense of traversing 66 1, 12 | appropriately named "the world," did not recognize Him, therefore 67 1, 12 | and the world knew Him not." Thus, in the wisdom of 68 1, 12 | the world by wisdom knew not God. Why then did He come, 69 1, 13 | and yet our thought does not lose itself in the sound, 70 1, 14 | they bind up wounds, do it not in a slovenly way, but carefully, 71 1, 14 | an oblong wound, and does not fit the same bandage to 72 1, 14 | matter more fully, who are not hurried on by the necessity 73 1, 15 | Him whom as yet we see not; and that He has also given 74 1, 15 | out as right to be done, not only without a murmur, but 75 1, 17 | are on the way, and that not a way that lies through 76 1, 18 | whosoever in the Church should not believe that his sins are 77 1, 18 | are remitted, they should not be remitted to him; but 78 1, 18 | Church. For he who does not believe that his sins can 79 1, 19 | changed into a better form; not that flesh and blood shall 80 1, 20 | Now he whose soul does not die to this world and begin 81 1, 20 | death, and shall revive, not to change his earthly for 82 1, 22 | image and similitude of God, not as respects the mortal body 83 1, 22 | hope of which at least, if not yet the reality, is our 84 1, 22 | for his own sake, he does not look at himself in relation 85 1, 22 | upon himself, and so is not occupied with anything that 86 1, 22 | unchangeable. And thus he does not enjoy himself at his best, 87 1, 22 | Wherefore if you ought not to love even yourself for 88 1, 23 | which are objects of use are not all, however, to be loved, 89 1, 23 | assuredly the martyrs did not love the wickedness of their 90 1, 23 | correctly called hate. For it is not just that it should desire 91 1, 23 | to it while itself will not obey its own superior; and 92 1, 24 | man hates his own flesh, not even those who abuse it~ 93 1, 24 | deceive themselves. For it is not their body, but its corruptions 94 1, 24 | they hate. And so it is not no body, but an uncorrupted 95 1, 24 | in the right spirit do it not that they may get rid of 96 1, 24 | unworthy objects. They are not destroying themselves; they 97 1, 24 | which the spirit lusteth, not to destroy the body, but 98 1, 24 | inordinate affections may not war against the soul. And 99 1, 24 | the spirit struggling, not in hatred, but for the mastery, 100 1, 24 | and the fleshy struggling, not in hatred, but because of 101 1, 24 | good habit. Nevertheless, not even those who, led astray 102 1, 25 | than his body, but does not therefore hate his body~ 103 1, 25 | But no one is to be told not to desire the safety and 104 1, 26 | our love for ourselves has not been overlooked. ~ 105 1, 27 | neither loves what he ought not to love, nor fails to love 106 1, 28 | none, and that it could not be given to more than one 107 1, 28 | you would give what could not be given to both. Just so 108 1, 29 | admiration of his favourite, not for their own sakes, but 109 1, 29 | and who desires our love, not for any gain to Himself, 110 1, 29 | even our enemies. For we do not fear them, seeing they cannot 111 1, 30 | its termination. But it is not irrational to ask whether 112 1, 30 | neighbour. And, again, who does not see that no exception is 113 1, 30 | says: "For this, Thou shalt not commit adultery, Thou shalt 114 1, 30 | commit adultery, Thou shalt not kill, Thou shalt not steal, 115 1, 30 | shalt not kill, Thou shalt not steal, Thou shalt not bear 116 1, 30 | shalt not steal, Thou shalt not bear false witness, Thou 117 1, 30 | false witness, Thou shalt not covet; and if there be any 118 1, 30 | supposes that the apostle did not embrace every man in this 119 1, 30 | it no sin, if a man were not a Christian or were an enemy, 120 1, 31 | my God, for Thou neediest not my goodness." He does not 121 1, 31 | not my goodness." He does not enjoy us then, but makes 122 1, 32 | consequence, for God does not leave the mercy we show 123 1, 33 | the Lord." For if he had not added "in the Lord," but 124 1, 34 | more." For Christ, desiring not only to give the possession 125 1, 34 | detain us on the way, when not even our Lord Himself, so 126 1, 35 | to use that dispensation, not with such love and delight 127 1, 36 | builds us up in love is not perniciously deceptive nor 128 1, 36 | interpretation upon them as does not tend to build up this twofold 129 1, 36 | and our neighbour, does not yet understand them as he 130 1, 36 | love, even though he does not happen upon the precise 131 1, 36 | that place, his error is not pernicious, and he is wholly 132 1, 36 | intended, goes astray, but not through any falsehood in 133 1, 36 | shown how much better it is not to quit the straight road, 134 1, 37 | author whom he is reading did not intend, he often falls in 135 1, 37 | For we walk by faith, not by sight." Now faith will 136 1, 37 | cannot love what he does not believe to exist. But if 137 1, 38 | that which as yet we see not, how much more shall we 138 1, 38 | that which as yet we have not reached, how much more shall 139 1, 38 | attain it, because it does not satisfy the soul, which 140 1, 39 | firm hold upon these, does not need the Scriptures except 141 1, 39 | what is perfect, they do not seek for what is only in 142 1, 40 | hope that our hope shall not be in vain. For these reasons 143 2, 1 | lay down this direction, not to attend to what they are 144 2, 1 | indicates fire. For it is not from any intention of making 145 2, 1 | of the subject, I could not altogether pass it over. 146 2, 2 | another question, and does not pertain to the matter in 147 2, 2 | the scope of this work as not necessary to my present 148 2, 3 | the lyre frequently give not only a sweet but a significant 149 2, 3 | made whole, the act was not wanting in significance. 150 2, 4 | made visible to the eye, not of course as sounds, but 151 2, 4 | the punishment of having not their minds only, but their 152 2, 6 | thickest darkness. And I do not doubt that all this was 153 2, 6 | a man says this, he does not please his hearer so much 154 2, 6 | For those who seek but do not find suffer from hunger. 155 2, 6 | hunger. Those, again, who do not seek at all because they 156 2, 6 | obscure passages which may not be found set forth in the 157 2, 7 | hearts subdued by piety, and not to run in the face of Holy 158 2, 7 | some of our sins, or, when not understood, we feel as if 159 2, 7 | a good hope makes a man not boastful, but sorrowful. 160 2, 7 | Divine help that he may not be overwhelmed in despair, 161 2, 7 | live to it they see Him not. But yet, although that 162 2, 7 | begin to appear clearer, and not only more tolerable, but 163 2, 7 | because we walk by faith, not by sight, while we continue 164 2, 7 | eye of his affections as not to place his neighbour before, 165 2, 7 | the truth, and therefore not himself, because not him 166 2, 7 | therefore not himself, because not him whom he loves as himself. 167 2, 7 | pure in heart, that he will not step aside from the truth, 168 2, 8 | them in his knowledge, if not yet with full understanding, 169 2, 8 | truth, so that they will not take first possession of 170 2, 8 | churches to those which some do not receive. Among those, again, 171 2, 8 | those, again, which are not received by all, he will 172 2, 8 | authority (though this is not a very likely thing to happen), 173 2, 8 | of Chronicles, these last not following one another, but 174 2, 9 | to know these books, if not yet with the understanding, 175 2, 9 | memory, or at least so as not to remain wholly ignorant 176 2, 10 | when it says: "Thou shalt not muzzle the ox that treadeth 177 2, 11 | languages is necessary, not for the sake of a few words 178 2, 12 | Scripture, if only readers were not careless. For the examination 179 2, 12 | translator reads: "And do not despise the domestics of 180 2, 12 | another reads: "And do not despise thine own flesh." 181 2, 12 | understand that he is admonished not to despise his own body; 182 2, 12 | viz., that the command is not to despise our kinsmen, 183 2, 12 | prophet Isaiah: "If ye will not believe, ye shall not understand," 184 2, 12 | will not believe, ye shall not understand," another has 185 2, 12 | translated: "If ye will not believe, ye shall not abide." 186 2, 12 | will not believe, ye shall not abide." Now which of these 187 2, 12 | interpreters to differ so widely as not to touch at some point. 188 2, 12 | for now we walk by faith, not by sight); as, moreover, 189 2, 12 | walk by faith, we shall not attain to sight, which does 190 2, 12 | attain to sight, which does not pass away, but abides, our 191 2, 12 | reasons one says, "If ye will not believe, ye shall not understand;" 192 2, 12 | will not believe, ye shall not understand;" but the other, " 193 2, 12 | but the other, "If ye will not believe, ye shall not abide." ~ 194 2, 12 | will not believe, ye shall not abide." ~ 195 2, 12 | to whom the meaning is not well known, is deceived 196 2, 12 | translations such as this are not obscure, but false; and 197 2, 12 | things. For we must learn not to interpret, but to correct 198 2, 12 | means a calf, some have not understood that "moscheumata" 199 2, 12 | plantings of an adulterer will not take deep root," is a more 200 2, 12 | with their feet, and are not fixed in the earth by roots. 201 2, 13 | But since we do not clearly see what the actual 202 2, 13 | the translator, if he be not a very learned man, often 203 2, 13 | letter of the original, not because these are sufficient, 204 2, 13 | as much as the words. For not only single words, but often 205 2, 13 | translated, which could not be translated at all into 206 2, 13 | though these sometimes do not interfere with the understanding 207 2, 13 | syllable long or short, is not a matter of much concern 208 2, 13 | they wish to seem learned, not in the knowledge of things 209 2, 13 | signs, by which it is hard not to be puffed up, seeing 210 2, 13 | up our neck, if it were not held down by the yoke of 211 2, 13 | and that we should say, not fliriet, but florebit. Nor 212 2, 13 | kind, then, if a man do not choose to avoid them altogether, 213 2, 13 | treat with indifference, as not interfering with a right 214 2, 13 | intelligence either would not understand it at all, or 215 2, 13 | construction upon it. For not only is such a form of speech 216 2, 13 | hominibus"(stronger than men) is not free from ambiguity, even 217 2, 13 | plural of the ablative, does not appear, unless by reference 218 2, 14 | phrases whose meaning we do not know, so that where we happen 219 2, 14 | Scripture, but which are not to be found in Latin authors. 220 2, 15 | is reported, and as many not unworthy of confidence assert, 221 2, 15 | any one of them that was not found in the same words 222 2, 15 | an authority like this, not to speak of preferring anything 223 2, 15 | them all; even so, it would not be right or becoming for 224 2, 15 | closely to the words, is often not without value as a help 225 2, 16 | yet if the evangelist had not interpreted that name, a 226 2, 16 | Hebrew names which have not been interpreted by the 227 2, 16 | in that language we are not acquainted with. And when 228 2, 16 | expressions obscure, as when we do not know the nature of the animals, 229 2, 16 | smooth touch of olive oil is not easily spoiled by a fluid 230 2, 16 | their ignorance of hyssop, not knowing the virtue it has 231 2, 16 | to live unstained by, and not partaking of, any delight 232 2, 16 | Not a few things, too, are closed 233 2, 16 | One man, for example, has not unskilfully explained some 234 2, 16 | is a question which it is not out of place for learned 235 2, 16 | law, the number itself is not on that very account the 236 2, 16 | confess that our Lord put on, not a false, but a true and 237 2, 17 | For we must not listen to the falsities 238 2, 17 | names to them all. It was not Jupiter, therefore, that 239 2, 17 | given the order for three, not because it had seen them 240 2, 18 | Varro has related, or is not so, still we ought not to 241 2, 18 | is not so, still we ought not to give up music because 242 2, 18 | spiritual things. For we ought not to refuse to learn letters 243 2, 18 | knew God, glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; 244 2, 19 | partly superstitious, partly not. ~ 245 2, 20 | the poets are accustomed not so much to teach as to celebrate. 246 2, 20 | fashion certain articles, not with reference to the condition 247 2, 20 | physica, so as to appear not to be engaged in superstitious 248 2, 20 | who has run between them, not with impunity however, for 249 2, 20 | boots, replied, "That is not strange, but it would have 250 2, 21 | on those men. And this is not to be wondered at, when 251 2, 21 | star before him, and could not by any law transfer to her 252 2, 21 | where a place was vacant, or not held in honour of any of 253 2, 21 | the world, how did they not more easily find out the 254 2, 22 | same stars, while they do not meet with equal fortune 255 2, 22 | birth of these two could not be marked in any way that 256 2, 22 | marked in any way that would not give both the same constellation. 257 2, 22 | fates. If, then, he does not discover the difference 258 2, 23 | advantage, the Word of God is not silent about this species 259 2, 23 | of the soul; and it does not warn the soul against following 260 2, 23 | should come to pass, hearken not unto them." For though the 261 2, 23 | to King Saul, that does not make such sacrilegious observances 262 2, 23 | Lord, the Apostle Paul did not spare the evil spirit on 263 2, 23 | treacherous friendship. Not as if the idol were anything," 264 2, 23 | sacrifice to devils and not to God; and I would not 265 2, 23 | not to God; and I would not that ye should have fellowship 266 2, 23 | observances; for these are not appointed by God as the 267 2, 24 | deadly slavery. For it was not because they had meaning 268 2, 24 | another among the Latins, not by nature, but by agreement 269 2, 24 | and as, further, men did not agree upon them as signs 270 2, 24 | observations, take pains not to see the flight or hear 271 2, 25 | human institutions which are not superstitious, there are 272 2, 25 | human institutions which are not superstitious, that is, 273 2, 25 | superstitious, that is, such as are not set up in association with 274 2, 25 | of force by nature, and not by the arrangement and agreement 275 2, 25 | the public crier would not in former times have announced 276 2, 25 | many ways, such signs are not always of the same significance 277 2, 25 | intercourse either could not be carried on at all, or 278 2, 25 | Now these, if they were not devices of men, would not 279 2, 25 | not devices of men, would not be different in different 280 2, 25 | different nations, and could not be changed among particular 281 2, 25 | of life, the Christian is not by any means to neglect, 282 2, 26 | are, so far as they are not matters of luxury and superfluity, 283 2, 26 | occupy our minds so far as not to stand in the way of more 284 2, 27 | departments of knowledge, not of mere human invention, 285 2, 27 | to the next point, we are not to reckon among human institutions 286 2, 27 | have handed down to us, not as arrangements of their 287 2, 28 | evident, however, that it was not without a purpose it was 288 2, 28 | coming of our Lord! did not the illustrious bishop, 289 2, 28 | are so justly praised? For not even Pythagoras himself, 290 2, 28 | described, the history itself is not to be reckoned among human 291 2, 28 | boldness of an adviser, not the fidelity of a narrator. ~ 292 2, 29 | resembling description, in which not a past but an existing state 293 2, 29 | difficulties of Scripture, not that these objects are to 294 2, 29 | invocations and marks are not used, it is frequently doubtful 295 2, 29 | thing is of virtue does not appear, the intention with 296 2, 29 | of the stars, again, is not a matter of narration, but 297 2, 29 | anticipations of the future, not in the way of forebodings 298 2, 29 | way of sure calculation; not with the design of drawing 299 2, 30 | knowledge is to be acquired, not with a view to practicing 300 2, 30 | a matter on which I do not touch at present), but with 301 2, 30 | about them, that we may not be wholly ignorant of what 302 2, 31 | knowledge which pertain not to the bodily senses, but 303 2, 31 | the true, as to deceive not only dull people, but clever 304 2, 31 | clever men too, when they are not on their guard. For example, 305 2, 31 | proposition, "What I am, you are not." The other assents, for 306 2, 31 | conclusion: "Then you are not a man." Now at this sort 307 2, 31 | style of speech which is not intended to entrap, but 308 2, 31 | example, the apostle did not draw true conclusions when 309 2, 31 | he said, "Then is Christ not risen," and again, "Then 310 2, 31 | who declared this fact was not in vain, nor was their faith 311 2, 31 | be true if the dead rise not, there will be a resurrection 312 2, 31 | conclusions may be drawn not only from true but from 313 2, 32 | Valid logical sequence is not devised but only observed 314 2, 32 | of logical sequences is not a thing devised by men, 315 2, 32 | the order of events does not himself create that order; 316 2, 32 | roots, or minerals, does not describe arrangements of 317 2, 32 | and their movements does not point out anything that 318 2, 32 | is most true; but he does not himself make it so, he only 319 2, 32 | consequence is, "Then Christ is not risen." But this consequence 320 2, 32 | the dead, then is Christ not risen; but Christ is risen, 321 2, 32 | must also be removed, is not made by man, but only pointed 322 2, 32 | validity of the reasoning, not to the truth of the statements. ~ 323 2, 33 | false) that the snail is not an animal. Now this conclusion 324 2, 33 | Then he adds, "But he is not just;" and when we admit 325 2, 33 | conclusion, "Therefore he is not good." Now although every 326 2, 33 | inference is unsound. For it is not true that, as when the consequent 327 2, 33 | But if we add, "He is not an orator," the consequence 328 2, 33 | orator," the consequence does not follow, "He is not a man." ~ 329 2, 33 | does not follow, "He is not a man." ~ 330 2, 34 | stand by themselves, and not in their connection with 331 2, 34 | propositions that we are not sure about are joined by 332 2, 34 | the dead, then is Christ not risen. ~ 333 2, 35 | science of definition is not false, though it may be 334 2, 35 | applied to falsities, is not itself false, nor framed 335 2, 35 | to be included that does not pertain to the matter in 336 2, 35 | be defined or divided are not true. For even falsehood 337 2, 35 | state of things which is not as we declare it to be; 338 2, 35 | regard to things that are not, though it is possible they 339 2, 35 | although perhaps the fact is not so, says what possibly might 340 2, 36 | eloquence, and these rules are not the less true that they 341 2, 36 | the truth as well, it is not the faculty itself that 342 2, 37 | however, when it is learnt, is not to be used so much for ascertaining 343 2, 37 | provided only that men do not fall into the error of supposing 344 2, 37 | walking should warn you not to lift the hinder foot 345 2, 37 | on the other hand, does not see the unsoundness, but 346 2, 37 | care, however, that they do not at the same time make it 347 2, 37 | is to say, that they do not give those who have learnt 348 2, 38 | The science of numbers not created, but only discovered, 349 2, 38 | apprehension that this was not created by man, but was 350 2, 38 | pronounced it short, it is not in any man's power to determine 351 2, 38 | that three times three are not nine, or do not make a square, 352 2, 38 | three are not nine, or do not make a square, or are not 353 2, 38 | not make a square, or are not the triple of three, nor 354 2, 38 | number six, or that it is not true that they are not the 355 2, 38 | is not true that they are not the double of any number 356 2, 38 | have fixed laws which were not made by man, but which the 357 2, 38 | the learned, and who does not rather inquire after the 358 2, 38 | things beneath it, does not strive to make all things 359 2, 39 | seeking for happiness of life, not to venture heedlessly upon 360 2, 39 | necessities of this life we must not neglect the arrangements 361 2, 39 | must hold by the maxim, "Not too much of anything;" especially 362 2, 39 | by the envious. And I am not sure whether the same thing 363 2, 40 | harmony with our faith, we are not only not to shrink from 364 2, 40 | our faith, we are not only not to shrink from it, but to 365 2, 40 | For, as the Egyptians had not only the idols and heavy 366 2, 40 | designing them for a better use, not doing this on their own 367 2, 40 | which they themselves, were not making a good use of; in 368 2, 40 | of heathen learning have not only false and superstitious 369 2, 40 | and silver, which they did not create themselves, but dug 370 2, 40 | our brethren done? Do we not see with what a quantity 371 2, 40 | and Optatus, and Hilary, not to speak of living men! 372 2, 40 | were going out of Egypt, not knowing how the things they 373 2, 41 | heart, whom knowledge does not puff up, but charity edifieth? 374 2, 41 | to hope for heaven, and not to desecrate the sacraments. 375 2, 41 | virtue, that the breast may not be swollen with that knowledge 376 3, arg | interpretation can be true which does not promote the love of God 377 3, 1 | knowledge of languages, so as not to be stopped by unknown 378 3, 1 | necessary objects, so as not to be ignorant of the force 379 3, 1 | Scripture. And that he may not be led astray by ambiguous 380 3, 2 | ambiguity of punctuation does not go against the faith in 381 3, 2 | What I shall choose I wot not: for I am in a strait betwixt 382 3, 2 | which makes the apostle seem not only in a strait betwixt 383 3, 2 | what I shall choose I wot not: for I am in a strait betwixt 384 3, 3 | so that the reader will not be in fault in whatever 385 3, 3 | our faith that God will not bring any charges against 386 3, 3 | elect, and that Christ will not condemn His elect, did not 387 3, 3 | not condemn His elect, did not stand in the way, this passage, " 388 3, 3 | Gentiles which followed not after righteousness have 389 3, 3 | Gentiles, which followed not after righteousness, have 390 3, 3 | righteousness;" it would not be in harmony with the succeeding 391 3, 3 | doubt and hesitation, I do not see how a difference can 392 3, 3 | My bone [os meum] was not hid from Thee, which Thou 393 3, 3 | didst make in secret," it is not clear to the reader whether 394 3, 3 | for in the Greek we find not "stome" [mouth], but "osteon" [ 395 3, 3 | which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God." 396 3, 3 | praedico vobis]", and had not added, "as I have also told 397 3, 3 | sicut proedixi]," we could not know without going back 398 3, 3 | pronounced long; for he does not say, sicut praedicavi, but 399 3, 4 | And not only these, but also those 400 3, 4 | those ambiguities that do not relate either to punctuation 401 3, 4 | accusative case, and it is not contrary to faith to take 402 3, 4 | language the two cases are not the same in form; and accordingly, 403 3, 5 | they were proper, and does not carry out what is indicated 404 3, 5 | hears of a sacrifice, does not carry his thoughts beyond 405 3, 6 | the realities themselves, not knowing to what the signs 406 3, 6 | obstinately to such signs could not endure our Lord's neglect 407 3, 6 | they were realities, could not believe that one who refused 408 3, 6 | and types, though they did not clearly apprehend their 409 3, 6 | Now it is not recorded that any of the 410 3, 6 | idols made with hands had not been so near to spiritual 411 3, 7 | the image of Neptune is not itself to be considered 412 3, 7 | covering, and yet it is not food for men, but for swine. 413 3, 7 | worship of these, you will not be anything the more free 414 3, 8 | bondage to useless signs, it not only freed from their slavery 415 3, 8 | worship of the One God: not that they might now fall 416 3, 9 | bondage to signs, and who not~ 417 3, 9 | significance he understands, does not honour the sign which is 418 3, 9 | his bondage, when it is not yet expedient to reveal 419 3, 9 | resurrection of our Lord, we are not oppressed with the heavy 420 3, 9 | refer, and so reveres them not in carnal bondage, but in 421 3, 9 | error. He, however, who does not understand what a sign signifies, 422 3, 9 | knows that it is a sign, is not in bondage. And it is better 423 3, 10 | heed to that which tells us not to take a literal form of 424 3, 10 | prone to estimate sins, not by reference to their inherent 425 3, 10 | hearers, or condemns what is not so opposed, and if at the 426 3, 10 | on another which he does not himself possess. Now in 427 3, 11 | meaning be clear, we are not to give it some secondary 428 3, 11 | are contentious, and do not obey the truth, but obey 429 3, 11 | crucified." But these are not so numerous, nor placed 430 3, 12 | In all such matters it is not the use of the objects, 431 3, 12 | and licentious, it does not follow that it is a sin 432 3, 12 | places and persons, and not rashly charge men with sins. 433 3, 12 | kinds of food, but it does not follow that they are more 434 3, 12 | matters of this kind it is not the nature of the things 435 3, 12 | for the same reason it was not proper for one woman to 436 3, 12 | husbands, because a woman does not in that way become more 437 3, 12 | they did things which could not be done at the present time, 438 3, 12 | narrated we are to take not only in its historical and 439 3, 12 | disgraceful for men honorably born not to wear tunics of that description: 440 3, 12 | things also, that lust do not mix with our use of them; 441 3, 12 | our use of them; for lust not only abuses to wicked ends 442 3, 14 | upon them as sins, and do not consider that their own 443 3, 14 | right at all. Such men did not perceive, to take only one 444 3, 14 | his own dwelling; he ought not, therefore, to defile the 445 3, 14 | himself, therefore, ought not to do injury to another. ~ 446 3, 15 | kind, the expression is not to be considered figurative. ~ 447 3, 16 | prudence or benevolence, it is not figurative. If, however, 448 3, 16 | malevolence was enjoined. Do not doubt, then, that the expression 449 3, 16 | life shall lose it," we are not to think that He forbids 450 3, 16 | the godly man, and help not a sinner." The latter clause 451 3, 16 | benevolence; for it says, "help not a sinner." Understand, therefore, 452 3, 16 | that it is his sin you are not to help. ~ 453 3, 17 | loving and ruling a wife are not to be taken literally, but 454 3, 17 | that the medicine may act not only upon the state of health 455 3, 18 | condition of those times, is not a crime or a vice even if 456 3, 18 | we take it literally and not figuratively, can be transferred 457 3, 18 | And the wretched man does not perceive that such matters 458 3, 18 | our Lord, when the time not of casting stones away but 459 3, 18 | Thou knowest that I take not this my sister for lust, 460 3, 19 | even in regard to one wife not only exceed the measure 461 3, 19 | beastly excess, such men do not believe it possible that 462 3, 19 | in the meshes of lust, do not accomplish in the case of 463 3, 19 | men might say that it is not right even to honour and 464 3, 19 | of insult; but let them not measure others by their 465 3, 20 | occasion served, and were not corrupted; and in the same 466 3, 20 | their own times, and were not in bondage to lust as they 467 3, 21 | chap. 21. David not lustful, though he fell 468 3, 21 | impious and unnatural son, he not only bore with him in his 469 3, 21 | death. He certainly was not caught in the meshes of 470 3, 21 | jealousy, seeing that it was not his own injuries but the 471 3, 21 | orders that his son should not be slain if he were conquered 472 3, 21 | mourned over his son's death, not because of his own loss, 473 3, 21 | the immoderate desire did not take up its abode with him, 474 3, 21 | prophet, a guest. For he did not say that he took the poor 475 3, 21 | however, this lust did not come and pass away like 476 3, 21 | And about him Scripture is not silent, but accuses him 477 3, 22 | Testament are to be taken not literally only, but figuratively 478 3, 22 | interpretation, but let him not transfer the act to his 479 3, 23 | this use also, to teach him not to dare to vaunt himself 480 3, 23 | Scripture on which it is not clearly written that God 481 3, 25 | 25. The same word does not always signify the same 482 3, 25 | likeness to each other, we are not to suppose there is any 483 3, 25 | denotes the wrath of God, but not to the last extremity of 484 3, 25 | for "the dregs hereof is not yet wrung out." The following 485 3, 25 | same object being taken, not in opposite, but only in 486 3, 25 | same way other objects are not single in their signification, 487 3, 25 | each one of them denotes not two only but sometimes even 488 3, 26 | shield." And yet we are not so to understand it, as 489 3, 27 | When, again, not some one interpretation, 490 3, 27 | the words, but one that is not opposed to sound doctrine, 491 3, 29 | understanding Scripture. But this is not the place to teach them 492 3, 29 | speech we find in Scripture not only examples (which we 493 3, 29 | vulgar idiom. For who does not say, "So may you flourish? " 494 3, 29 | called metaphor. Who does not speak of a fish-pond in 495 3, 29 | there is no fish, which was not made for fish, and yet gets 496 3, 29 | are doing well." But it is not by the tone of voice that 497 3, 29 | ask in a place for what is not there, and get the answer, " 498 3, 29 | illiterate man is there that does not use such expressions, although 499 3, 29 | inquire whether they may not be used in this or that 500 3, 30 | writings; but still they do not explain all the difficult


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