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writers 13
writes 1
writing 16
writings 17
written 29
wrong 8
wronged 1
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17 various
17 weak
17 wish
17 writings
16 attained
16 contrary
16 death
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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writings

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| the secrets of the sacred writings, but also from themselves 2 2, 8 | interpreter of the sacred writings, then, will be he who in 3 2, 16 | numbers are used in the sacred writings, to convey instruction under 4 2, 28 | Jesus Christ learnt from the writings of Plato, a thing which 5 2, 28 | the haruspices, and all writings of the same kind, aim at 6 3, 29 | figures of speech from other writings, can imagine or believe. 7 3, 30 | the secrets of the sacred writings; but still they do not explain 8 4, 3 | learnt apart from these writings of mine, if a suitable space 9 4, 3 | no want of ecclesiastical writings, in reading which a man 10 4, 6 | whose divinely-inspired writings constitute the canon, which 11 4, 6 | to be found in the sacred writings which God in His goodness 12 4, 7 | quoted from the apostle's writings, to point out figures of 13 4, 8 | of eloquence from those writings of theirs which there is 14 4, 20 | which canoe found in those writings of which they boast so much. 15 4, 21 | But these writings of the apostles, though 16 4, 21 | they are exemplified in the writings of men who, by reading the 17 4, 21 | scattered through their various writings and discourses; and the


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