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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| reading the works of others who have laid open the secrets 2 pref, 0| propose to teach to those who are able and willing to 3 pref, 0| the objections of those who are likely to take exception 4 pref, 0| exception to the work, or who would do so, did I not conciliate 5 pref, 0| third class of objectors who either really do understand 6 pref, 0| well, or think they do, and who, because they know (or imagine) 7 pref, 0| briefly to all these. To those who do not understand what is 8 pref, 0| that account. As for those who, even though they know and 9 pref, 0| they may stand for those who, in the case I have imagined, 10 pref, 0| But now as to those who talk vauntingly of Divine 11 pref, 0| propose to lay down, and who think, therefore, that what 12 pref, 0| Antony, a just and holy man, who, not being able to read 13 pref, 0| and trustworthy witnesses, who, without any teaching from 14 pref, 0| dealing with Christians who profess to understand the 15 pref, 0| race; and warn every one who has not had a like experience 16 pref, 0| learnt from man; and let him who teaches another communicate 17 pref, 0| we know that the eunuch who was reading Isaiah the prophet, 18 pref, 0| angel, nor was it an angel who explained to him what he 19 pref, 0| suggestion of God, Philip, who did understand the prophet, 20 pref, 0| ascribed not to the man who devised it, but to Him who 21 pref, 0| who devised it, but to Him who is the Truth, the unchangeable 22 pref, 0| the last place, every one who boasts that he, through 23 pref, 0| false. All truth is of Him who says, "I am the truth." 24 pref, 0| He who reads to an audience pronounces 25 pref, 0| words he sees before him: he who teaches reading, does it 26 pref, 0| himself. Just so, the man who explains to an audience 27 pref, 0| understands is like one who reads aloud the words before 28 pref, 0| the other hand, the man who lays down rules for interpretation 29 pref, 0| interpretation is like one who teaches reading, that is, 30 pref, 0| themselves. So that, just as he who knows how to read is not 31 pref, 0| written in it, so the man who is in possession of the 32 pref, 0| reply at the outset to any who might make preliminary objections, 33 1, arg | enjoyed is the Triune God, who is our highest good and 34 1, arg | essentially necessary for him who would understand and explain 35 1, 1 | accomplishing the work rests on Him who has already supplied me 36 1, 1 | will give, then, to those who have; that is to say, if 37 1, 3 | them. We ourselves, again, who enjoy and use these things, 38 1, 5 | Son and the Holy Spirit, who are at the same time the 39 1, 5 | above all, and common to all who enjoy Him, if He is an object, 40 1, 6 | His nature; but yet all who know the Latin tongue are 41 1, 7 | thought of, even by those who believe that there are other 42 1, 7 | there are other gods, and who call them by that name, 43 1, 7 | and soul, those of them who are in bondage to sense 44 1, 7 | Those, on the other hand, who endeavour by an effort of 45 1, 8 | And since all who think about God think of 46 1, 8 | not absurd and unworthy who think of Him as life itself; 47 1, 8 | living to what is dead; who understand that the living 48 1, 8 | which it is quickened; and who look upon the life as incomparably 49 1, 9 | contemplation. And the man who does not see it is like 50 1, 9 | man, on the other hand, who sees, but shrinks from this 51 1, 10 | we can come nearer to Him who is in every place, but by 52 1, 12 | Him." But, because men, who in their eagerness to enjoy 53 1, 14 | their likes. And just as he who ministers to a bodily hurt 54 1, 14 | reality the folly of those who despised God, so the latter 55 1, 14 | is true wisdom in those who overcome the devil. We used 56 1, 14 | of a woman to deliver us who fell through a woman: He 57 1, 14 | came as a man to save us who are men, as a mortal to 58 1, 14 | as a mortal to save us who are mortals, by death to 59 1, 14 | mortals, by death to save us who were dead. And those who 60 1, 14 | who were dead. And those who can follow out the matter 61 1, 14 | out the matter more fully, who are not hurried on by the 62 1, 15 | reflect how great He was who suffered so great things 63 1, 17 | against us, what could He, who was willing to lay Himself 64 1, 18 | bosom of the Church. For he who does not believe that his 65 1, 22 | the former. We, however, who enjoy and use other things 66 1, 22 | curse is pronounced on him who places his hope in man. ~ 67 1, 22 | but for the sake of Him who is the true object of enjoyment. 68 1, 23 | justly has it been said, "He who loveth iniquity hateth his 69 1, 23 | lord it even over those who are by nature its equals, 70 1, 24 | own flesh, not even those who abuse it~ 71 1, 24 | abstinence and toil, those who do this in the right spirit 72 1, 24 | Those, on the other hand, who do this in a perverse spirit, 73 1, 24 | Nevertheless, not even those who, led astray by false notions, 74 1, 24 | sufficient to show those who candidly seek the truth 75 1, 27 | man of just and holy life who forms an unprejudiced estimate 76 1, 28 | special regard to those who, by the accidents of time, 77 1, 28 | give it away to somebody who had none, and that it could 78 1, 29 | Now of all who can with us enjoy God, we 79 1, 29 | render services, partly those who render services to us, partly 80 1, 29 | services to us, partly those who both help us in our need 81 1, 29 | good, he is fond of all who join with him in admiration 82 1, 29 | however, he meet with any one who opposes him, he is exceedingly 83 1, 29 | does it become us to do who live in the fellowship of 84 1, 29 | happiness of life, to whom all who love Him owe both their 85 1, 29 | have no fear that any one who comes to know Him will be 86 1, 29 | disappointed in Him, and who desires our love, not for 87 1, 29 | Himself, but that those who love Him may obtain an eternal 88 1, 30 | angels also. For that He who commanded us to love our 89 1, 30 | prophets, asked Him, "And who is my neighbour?" He told 90 1, 30 | told him of a certain man who, going down from Jerusalem 91 1, 30 | neighbour to this man except him who took pity upon him and came 92 1, 30 | care for him. And the man who had asked the question admitted 93 1, 30 | a neighbour. And, again, who does not see that no exception 94 1, 30 | whom we ought to show, or who ought to show to us, the 95 1, 30 | under the figure of the man who brought aid to him who was 96 1, 30 | man who brought aid to him who was lying half dead on the 97 1, 32 | first and supreme existence, who is altogether unchangeable, 98 1, 32 | altogether unchangeable, and who could say in the fullest 99 1, 32 | the mercy we show to him who needs it to go without reward. 100 1, 32 | enjoy Him, and that all who enjoy Him should enjoy one 101 1, 33 | angel admonisheth the man who is about to worship him, 102 1, 33 | should rather worship Him who is his Master, and under 103 1, 33 | of the Blessed Trinity, who is the Supreme and Unchangeable 104 1, 34 | And mark that even when He who is Himself the Truth and 105 1, 34 | the possession to those who had completed the journey, 106 1, 34 | Himself the way to those who were just setting out, determined 107 1, 34 | way," that is, that those who wished to come might begin 108 1, 34 | and following after God who called him to the reward 109 1, 34 | must commence their journey who desire to attain to the 110 1, 34 | to attain unto Himself, who has freed our nature from 111 1, 36 | we find plenty of people who intend to deceive, but nobody 112 1, 36 | intend to deceive, but nobody who wishes to be deceived. Since, 113 1, 36 | deceived. Since, then, the man who knows practices deceit, 114 1, 36 | particular case the man who is deceived is a better 115 1, 36 | is a better man than he who deceives, seeing that it 116 1, 36 | injustice. Now every man who lies commits an injustice; 117 1, 36 | lying to him. Now every man who breaks faith is unjust. 118 1, 36 | much the same way as a man who by mistake quits the high 119 1, 39 | chap. 39. He who is mature in faith hope 120 1, 39 | And thus a man who is resting upon faith, hope 121 1, 39 | faith, hope and love, and who keeps a firm hold upon these, 122 2, 2 | through men those, namely, who wrote the Scriptures. The 123 2, 6 | means of redeeming those who come to it from all kinds 124 2, 6 | members of its own body; men who, as good and true servants 125 2, 6 | burdens of the world, and who rising thence do, through 126 2, 6 | in the finding. For those who seek but do not find suffer 127 2, 6 | from hunger. Those, again, who do not seek at all because 128 2, 7 | God can be seen by those who as far as possible die to 129 2, 8 | writings, then, will be he who in the first place has read 130 2, 9 | In all these books those who fear God and are of a meek 131 2, 10 | mean an ox, because all men who with us use the Latin tongue 132 2, 11 | knowledge of languages. And men who speak the Latin tongue, 133 2, 11 | days of the faith every man who happened to get his hands 134 2, 11 | a Greek manuscript, and who thought he had any knowledge, 135 2, 12 | through emulation of those who had believed, some of them 136 2, 12 | tongue. And yet to those who read with knowledge, a great 137 2, 12 | he saw the true meaning who translated: "Their feet 138 2, 13 | the translations of those who keep rather close to the 139 2, 13 | or the error of others, who in their translations have 140 2, 13 | the Latin idiom by any one who wished to hold by the usage 141 2, 13 | the usage of the ancients who spoke Latin. And though 142 2, 13 | they are offensive to those who feel greater delight in 143 2, 13 | those of our predecessors who spoke with any authority 144 2, 13 | no consequence to a man who only wishes to know the 145 2, 13 | from that in which those who spoke Latin before us pronounced 146 2, 13 | much concern to the man who is beseeching God, in any 147 2, 13 | from the lips of the people who sing it: "Super ipsum autem 148 2, 14 | inquiry about them from men who speak those tongues, or 149 2, 14 | to learning, that those who have been in a sort of way 150 2, 14 | must be removed. For those who are anxious to know the 151 2, 15 | of words in all the rest, who dares put anything in comparison 152 2, 15 | way as the Holy Spirit, who worked in them and had given 153 2, 15 | of those translators also who have kept most closely to 154 2, 15 | especially by that of those who, though they were seventy 155 2, 16 | and by our Lord Himself, who, as if receiving the witness 156 2, 17 | as in the case of those who sing with the mouth without 157 2, 18 | grieve over and avoid men who, "when they knew God, glorified 158 2, 20 | happens to run between men who are walking side by side. 159 2, 20 | venture upon striking a dog who has run between them, not 160 2, 20 | that witty saying of Cato, who, when consulted by a man 161 2, 20 | when consulted by a man who told him that the mice had 162 2, 21 | kind of superstition those who were called genethliaci, 163 2, 21 | the stars to which those who first fell into this error, 164 2, 21 | from this instance any one who cares can easily see that 165 2, 21 | discovered and laid down by those who are rebuked by Holy Writ 166 2, 22 | acts, and the fate of those who are born from such an observation, 167 2, 22 | And among those at least who have any sort of acquaintance 168 2, 22 | succession, that Jacob, who was born last, was found 169 2, 22 | the heel of his brother, who preceded him. Now, assuredly, 170 2, 23 | it comes to pass that men who lust after evil things are, 171 2, 23 | and in the case of those who practice superstitious observances, 172 2, 23 | on the ground that those who profess them speak lies, 173 2, 23 | the fellowship of demons, who, with the Devil their prince, 174 2, 24 | signification; and so, any one who knows both languages uses 175 2, 25 | because even now, if any one who is unaccustomed to such 176 2, 26 | shorthand characters, those who are acquainted with which 177 2, 29 | things is made known to those who are ignorant of it. To this 178 2, 29 | themselves. For, as the man who computes the moon's age 179 2, 29 | in just the same way men who are skilled in such computations 180 2, 30 | from the past. For no man who is skilled in any of these 181 2, 31 | the preaching of those who declared this fact was not 182 2, 31 | was their faith in vain who had believed it. But all 183 2, 31 | from the opinion of those who said that there is no resurrection 184 2, 32 | with God. For as the man who narrates the order of events 185 2, 32 | create that order; and as he who describes the situations 186 2, 32 | arrangements of man; and as he who points out the stars and 187 2, 32 | ordained; in the same way, he who says, "When the consequent 188 2, 34 | propositions. Many, again, who hold the true opinions have 189 2, 34 | inference; whereas the man who knows that there is a resurrection 190 2, 34 | assuredly better than the man who only knows that it follows 191 2, 35 | true. For example, the man who says that seven and three 192 2, 35 | any circumstances; but he who says that it rained on the 193 2, 36 | the perversity of those who put it to a bad use. Nor 194 2, 37 | Those, on the other hand, who cannot walk, care still 195 2, 37 | that they do not give those who have learnt them an inclination 196 2, 38 | The man, however, who puts so high a value on 197 2, 38 | one of the learned, and who does not rather inquire 198 2, 38 | and unchangeableness, and who, mounting up from bodily 199 2, 38 | their being; the man, I say, who acts in this way may seem 200 2, 39 | studious and able young men, who fear God and are seeking 201 2, 40 | Moreover, if those who are called philosophers, 202 2, 40 | for our own use from those who have unlawful possession 203 2, 41 | remember, then, that those who celebrated the Passover 204 2, 41 | which passeth knowledge," who is equal to the Father, 205 3, 1 | The man who fears God seeks diligently 206 3, 1 | give instruction, let him who is in such a state of mind 207 3, 2 | for]; and the translators who have omitted this particle 208 3, 3 | the way, this passage, "Who shall lay anything to the 209 3, 3 | answer to this question, "God who justifieth," and to make 210 3, 3 | make a second question, "Who is he that condemneth?" 211 3, 3 | the answer, "Christ Jesus who died." But as it would be 212 3, 3 | that after the inquiry, "Who shall lay anything to the 213 3, 3 | interrogative: "Shall God who justifieth?" the answer " 214 3, 3 | shall have the inquiry, "Who is he that condemneth?" 215 3, 3 | interrogative, "Is it Christ who died? yea, rather, who is 216 3, 3 | Christ who died? yea, rather, who is risen again? who is even 217 3, 3 | rather, who is risen again? who is even at the right hand 218 3, 3 | at the right hand of God? who also maketh intercession 219 3, 3 | whether with that of a man who gives an affirmative answer, 220 3, 3 | interrogation, or with that of a man who asks the whole question 221 3, 5 | adherence to the letter. For he who follows the letter takes 222 3, 6 | schoolmaster. And those who clung obstinately to such 223 3, 6 | could not believe that one who refused to observe them 224 3, 6 | came from God. But those who did believe, from among 225 3, 6 | fixed the thoughts of those who observed them on the worship 226 3, 6 | the worship of the One God who made heaven and earth. These 227 3, 6 | churches did this, because men who had for their gods idols 228 3, 7 | described by a poet of theirs, who says, if I recollect aright, " 229 3, 7 | for men, but for swine. He who knows the gospel knows what 230 3, 7 | grant, however, that they who make gods of the works of 231 3, 7 | have sunk lower than they who make gods of the works of 232 3, 7 | love and serve the One God, who is the Maker of all those 233 3, 8 | bondage to useful signs, and who were (so to speak) near 234 3, 9 | chap. 9. Who is in bondage to signs, 235 3, 9 | in bondage to signs, and who not~ 236 3, 9 | is in bondage to a sign who uses, or pays homage to, 237 3, 9 | he, on the other hand, who either uses or honours a 238 3, 9 | misled by error. He, however, who does not understand what 239 3, 11 | righteous judgment of God; who will render to every man 240 3, 11 | according to his deeds: to them who, by patient continuance 241 3, 11 | this is addressed to those who, being unwilling to subdue 242 3, 12 | good works; and the man who wins this, while following 243 3, 14 | chap. 14. Error of those who think that there is no absolute 244 3, 14 | variety of customs, some who were half asleep (as I may 245 3, 14 | as I may say) that is, who were neither sunk in the 246 3, 16 | which a man's pride is cured who bewails that he has been 247 3, 16 | has been the enemy of one who came to his assistance in 248 3, 16 | when our Lord says, "He who loveth his life shall lose 249 3, 17 | often happens that a man who has attained, or thinks 250 3, 17 | commands given to those who are still in the lower grades 251 3, 18 | greater approval on the man who uses the fruitfulness of 252 3, 18 | object, than on the man who enjoys the body of one wife 253 3, 18 | less near to God than those who, though they had each of 254 3, 19 | But those who, giving the rein to lust, 255 3, 19 | and what they themselves, who are entangled in the meshes 256 3, 20 | bondage to lust as they are who refuse to believe these 257 3, 21 | the case of another son who had been guilty of no crime, 258 3, 21 | his crime by a prophet, who, when he had come to show 259 3, 21 | parable of the poor man who had but one ewe-lamb, and 260 3, 21 | of the poor man himself who had the one ewe-lamb, nothing 261 3, 22 | the habits of the good men who since our Lord's advent 262 3, 27 | assuredly the Holy Spirit, who through him spake these 263 3, 29 | greater variety than people who are unacquainted with the 264 3, 29 | believe. Nevertheless those who know these tropes recognize 265 3, 29 | the ordinary speech of men who have learnt no grammar, 266 3, 29 | use the vulgar idiom. For who does not say, "So may you 267 3, 29 | speech called metaphor. Who does not speak of a fish-pond 268 3, 29 | as when we say to a man who is behaving badly, "You 269 3, 30 | One Tichonius, who, although a Donatist himself, 270 3, 32 | Cedar pertain to Ishmael, who "shall not be heir with 271 3, 33 | what escaped Tichonius, who, having no enemy to guard 272 3, 33 | itself is the gift of Him who "has dealt to every man 273 3, 33 | to suffer for His sake." Who, then, can doubt that each 274 3, 34 | in use among logicians, who discuss with great acuteness 275 3, 34 | imparted to all nations, no one who looks into the matter can 276 3, 35 | suppose that the writer who says "after eight days," 277 3, 35 | whole days; while the writer who says "after six days," counted 278 3, 37 | the head of the wicked, who are in a sense his body, 279 3, 37 | made up not only of those who are manifestly out of the 280 3, 37 | the way, but of those also who, though they really belong 281 3, 37 | ground down on the earth, who sendeth to all nations," 282 4, 1 | answered by anticipation those who were likely to take exception 283 4, 1 | expectations of readers who may think that I am about 284 4, 2 | either of truth or falsehood, who will dare to say that truth 285 4, 2 | For example, that those who are trying to persuade men 286 4, 2 | and frigid, and somnolent? Who is such a fool as to think 287 4, 3 | proper age. But only by those who can learn them quickly; 288 4, 3 | shrink from sayings any one who cannot learn this art quickly 289 4, 3 | importance as to wish men who have arrived at mature age 290 4, 3 | and even of these, not all who are to be fitted for usefulness 291 4, 3 | the Church, but only those who are not yet engaged in any 292 4, 3 | service. For even those who have learnt them, and who 293 4, 3 | who have learnt them, and who speak with fluency and elegance, 294 4, 3 | think there are scarcely any who can do both things that 295 4, 3 | words and phrases from those who do speak, why should not 296 4, 3 | respect? We know numbers who, without acquaintance with 297 4, 3 | more eloquent than many who have learnt these; but we 298 4, 3 | these; but we know no one who is eloquent without having 299 4, 3 | up and living among men who speak correctly. For without 300 4, 5 | to be undertaken by one who can argue and speak with 301 4, 5 | we must beware of the man who abounds in eloquent nonsense, 302 4, 5 | opinion is held even by those who think that the art of rhetoric 303 4, 5 | never." If, then, the men who teach the principles of 304 4, 5 | more ought we to feel it who are the sons and the ministers 305 4, 5 | their meaning. For there are who read and yet neglect them; 306 4, 5 | far above these the men who are not so retentive of 307 4, 5 | these, however, is the man who, when he wishes, can repeat 308 4, 5 | especially necessary for the man who is bound to speak wisely, 309 4, 5 | are writers of the Church who have expounded the Holy 310 4, 5 | is sufficient for those who are studious and at leisure 311 4, 6 | which to me, and to those who think with me, is very easily 312 4, 6 | venture to affirm that all who truly understand what these 313 4, 6 | that is becoming in men who justly claim the highest 314 4, 6 | the highest authority, and who are evidently inspired of 315 4, 6 | had time, show those men who cry up their own form of 316 4, 7 | For who would not see what the apostle 317 4, 7 | refutes certain false apostles who had gone out from the Jews, 318 4, 7 | care of all the churches. Who is weak, and I am not weak? 319 4, 7 | weak, and I am not weak? who is offended, and I burn 320 4, 7 | clauses in a tone of inquiry: "Who is weak, and I am not weak? 321 4, 7 | weak, and I am not weak? who is offended, and I burn 322 4, 7 | reply to the ill-taught men who think our authors contemptible; 323 4, 7 | even his very detractors, who thought his bodily presence 324 4, 7 | the book of that prophet who says that he was a shepherd 325 4, 7 | Septuagint translators, who, being themselves under 326 4, 7 | aloud, saying: "Woe to you who are at ease in Zion, and 327 4, 7 | the mountain of Samaria, who are heads and chiefs of 328 4, 7 | Joseph." Suppose those men who, assuming to be themselves 329 4, 7 | those of them, at least, who would have shrunk from raving 330 4, 7 | wakefulness: "Woe to you who are at ease in Zion, and 331 4, 7 | the mountains of Samaria, who are heads and chiefs of 332 4, 7 | use the favours of God, who has bestowed upon them ample 333 4, 7 | For he does not say: "Ye who are set apart for the day 334 4, 7 | apart for the day of evil, who come near to the seat of 335 4, 7 | the seat of oppression, who sleep upon beds of ivory, 336 4, 7 | sleep upon beds of ivory, who stretch yourselves upon 337 4, 7 | yourselves upon couches, who eat the lamb from the flock, 338 4, 7 | the third to gluttony: "who eat the lamb from the flock, 339 4, 7 | here, when he had said, "Ye who chant to the sound of the 340 4, 7 | voluptuary, he does not say, "Ye who chant to the sound of the 341 4, 7 | voluptuaries should hear, "Ye who chant to the sound of the 342 4, 7 | by the proper name of him who stands out illustrious from 343 4, 7 | useless to tell any one who does not himself feel it. ~ 344 4, 7 | in the messengers of Him who is the author of all genius? 345 4, 8 | stimulate the zeal of those who are willing to learn, and 346 4, 8 | in such a way that those who in after ages understood 347 4, 8 | either he will be very dull who does not understand them, 348 4, 9 | give no trouble to those who do not care to read them, 349 4, 10 | should a teacher of godliness who is addressing an unlearned 350 4, 10 | we speak? He, therefore, who teaches will avoid all words 351 4, 10 | give assistance to those who cannot ask it. Now a crowd 352 4, 10 | which cannot be done by men who are repeating words prepared 353 4, 10 | indifference whether he who speaks be a speaker or a 354 4, 10 | read with delight by those who are making their first acquaintance 355 4, 10 | reread with delight by those who have already made acquaintance 356 4, 10 | of the mode in which men who desire to learn ought to 357 4, 10 | that which secures that he who hears shall hear the truth, 358 4, 11 | beyond the few eager students who are anxious to know whatever 359 4, 11 | in which it is put, and who, when they have succeeded 360 4, 12 | way we say it. He, then, who speaks with the purpose 361 4, 12 | not said at all to the man who does not understand it. 362 4, 12 | to do or not to do. But who would say that it is their 363 4, 12 | yields his assent to one who simply teaches or gives 364 4, 13 | But for the sake at those who are so fastidious that they 365 4, 13 | those stubborn minded men who both understand and are 366 4, 14 | serious minds. But people who are fond of this style are 367 4, 14 | are apt to think that men who do not use it, but employ 368 4, 15 | many ways of saying them, who knows what it is expedient 369 4, 15 | heard saying, except God who knows the hearts of all? 370 4, 15 | knows the hearts of all? And who can make us say what we 371 4, 15 | speeches are? Accordingly, he who is anxious both to know 372 4, 15 | then, speaks thus in those who for Christ's sake are delivered 373 4, 15 | persecutors; why not also in those who deliver Christ's message 374 4, 15 | Christ's message to those who are willing to learn? ~ 375 4, 16 | before the eyes of every one who has obtained the position 376 4, 16 | yet that neither is he who planteth anything, nor he 377 4, 16 | planteth anything, nor he who watereth, but God who giveth 378 4, 16 | he who watereth, but God who giveth the increase? Wherefore 379 4, 16 | learn from Himself, that God who is thus addressed in the 380 4, 16 | except God gives them virtue (who can heal without their aid, 381 4, 16 | make them of advantage, who could give the gospel to 382 4, 17 | He then who, in speaking, aims at enforcing 383 4, 17 | then, shall be eloquent, who can say little things in 384 4, 17 | then, shall be eloquent, who can say little things in 385 4, 18 | life, set them to judge who are least esteemed in the 386 4, 18 | manner of speech of the man who is to be a teacher of the 387 4, 18 | saying of our Lord that he who gives a cup of cold water 388 4, 19 | we are speaking to those who ought, but are not willing, 389 4, 19 | learnt about Him? Or ought he who is teaching the Trinity 390 4, 19 | language opens up before man, who can task his powers to the 391 4, 19 | though there is no one who does not praise Him in some 392 4, 20 | by a free woman. But he who was of the bond woman was 393 4, 20 | it should occur to a man who is present but says nothing 394 4, 20 | the apostle spoke, those who are better skilled in that 395 4, 20 | however, that if any one who is skilled in this species 396 4, 20 | them that love God, to them who are the called according 397 4, 20 | things? If God be for us, who can be against us? He that 398 4, 20 | freely give us all things? Who shall lay any thing to the 399 4, 20 | is God that justifieth; who is he that condemneth? It 400 4, 20 | rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand 401 4, 20 | at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession 402 4, 20 | maketh intercession for us. Who shall separate us from the 403 4, 21 | are so written that one who is not content with a superficial 404 4, 21 | exemplified in the writings of men who, by reading the Scriptures, 405 4, 21 | also wept again and said, Who shall give us flesh to eat?' 406 4, 21 | addresses itself to the virgins, who, as they are the objects 407 4, 21 | truth bear it; they bear it who are mindful of the chastening 408 4, 21 | chastening of the Lord, who obscene justice and piety, 409 4, 21 | obscene justice and piety, who are strong in faith, humble 410 4, 21 | to cherish, and fulfill, who having hearts at leisure 411 4, 21 | have pledged your vows. Ye who are advanced in age, exercise 412 4, 21 | control over the younger. Ye who are younger, wait upon the 413 4, 21 | holding up before virgins who have made their profession 414 4, 21 | purpose is not to induce those who have not yet devoted themselves 415 4, 21 | of what character those who have taken vows ought to 416 4, 21 | have denounced the women who colour, or rather discolour, 417 4, 21 | their own! For the woman who desires to alter her natural 418 4, 21 | injury. For even the woman who has been the victim of a 419 4, 21 | other ecclesiastical writers who both speak the truth and 420 4, 24 | fathers and sons even, who, divided into two factions 421 4, 24 | no one would say that all who are thus delighted change 422 4, 24 | consequence, whereas all who are moved by the majestic 423 4, 24 | act accordingly, and all who are taught by the quiet 424 4, 25 | most essential for those who aspire to speak with wisdom 425 4, 25 | last? They may desire it who are vain of their eloquence 426 4, 26 | be fulfilled by any one who wishes to speak with wisdom 427 4, 26 | but to be believed? But who will listen to him if he 428 4, 26 | applause that waits upon men who speak thus, except by the 429 4, 26 | the majestic style. But who can be moved if he does 430 4, 26 | understand what is said? And who will stay to listen if he 431 4, 27 | hearer's compliance. The man who speaks wisely and eloquently, 432 4, 27 | it is true, instruct many who are anxious to learn; though, 433 4, 27 | but of the Lord Himself, who says, "All therefore whatsoever 434 4, 27 | therefore it is that men who themselves lead unprofitable 435 4, 27 | preach. For there are numbers who seek an excuse for their 436 4, 27 | of their instructors, and who say in their hearts, or 437 4, 27 | with submission to a man who does not listen to himself, 438 4, 28 | that of another. The man who does not strive about words, 439 4, 28 | too were deformed, so men who teach lies are the more 440 4, 28 | majestic, forcible. But the man who cannot speak both eloquently 441 4, 29 | There are, indeed, some men who have a good delivery, but 442 4, 29 | whom God denounces those who steal His words every one 443 4, 29 | his neighbour. For those who steal take what does not 444 4, 29 | word of God belongs to all who obey it; and it is the man 445 4, 29 | obey it; and it is the man who speaks well, but lives badly, 446 4, 29 | speaks well, but lives badly, who really takes the words that 447 4, 29 | that they steal His words who would appear good by speaking 448 4, 29 | is not really themselves who say the good things they 449 4, 29 | both being made by Him who is the Truth. Speaking of 450 4, 29 | good, it is not themselves who say, for in will and in 451 4, 29 | happens that a wicked man who is eloquent may compose 452 4, 29 | delivered by a good man who is not eloquent; and when 453 4, 29 | they say; and even those who could not compose what they 454 4, 30 | pray for the same blessing who labours in word and doctrine 455 4, 30 | welfare of men? Those, again, who are to deliver what others 456 4, 30 | discourse, to pray for those who are preparing it; and when 457 4, 31 | But the reader or hearer who finds pleasure in it will 458 4, 31 | will not think it long. He who thinks it long, but is anxious 459 4, 31 | may read it in parts. He who does not care to be acquainted 460 4, 31 | sort of man he ought to be who desires to labour in sound,


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