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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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change

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 7| natures that are subject to change. All, however, strive emulously 2 1, 8| even this is subject to change, they are compelled to place 3 1, 8| to one that is subject to change. This will be evident, if 4 1, 8| themselves that is not subject to change. ~ 5 1, 9| is preferable to one of change?" For that very truth about 6 1, 10| native land. For it is not by change of place that we can come 7 1, 13| in its own nature by the change: so the Divine Word, though 8 1, 13| Word, though suffering no change of nature, yet became flesh, 9 1, 17| through space, but through a change of affections, and one which 10 1, 20| and shall revive, not to change his earthly for a heavenly 11 3, 31| to the head, and yet no change made in the person spoken 12 3, 32| speaks as if there were no change in the subject of the sentence. 13 3, 36| without indicating the change, to tell how it was, that 14 4, 20| present with you now, and to change my voice; for I stand in 15 4, 21| sacrilegious hand thou wouldst fain change the colour of thy hair: 16 4, 21| chastity. What folly it is to change the features of nature into 17 4, 24| even by tears, finally by change of life. ~ 18 4, 24| quiet style, too, has made a change in many; but it was to teach 19 4, 24| all who are thus delighted change their habits in consequence,


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