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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius
On the workmanship of God

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1 1intro| our sect which we uphold may become better instructed 2 1intro| shrink from no labour that I may at once instruct ourselves 3 1intro| the necessity of the state may turn you aside from true 4 1intro| on this account, that it may be in subjection to the 5 1intro| soul as to a master, and may be ruled by its will. For 6 1intro| left untouched. Perhaps you may blame me for attempting 7 1intro| which they bring forward may appear to be proved and 8 2 | from without; so that they may either oppose the stronger 9 2 | weapons, or the feebler ones may withdraw themselves from 10 2 | both strength and swiftness may protect themselves by craft, 11 2 | works of nature, that they may show that the world is prepared 12 3 | lamentations; "as well he may, whose destiny it is to 13 4 | For, in order that no one may be capable of dying before 14 4 | death? That man, therefore, may not be liable to dissolution 15 4 | nourishment of food, because it may be taken from him; but if 16 4 | received wisdom, that he may guard his frailty against 17 4 | themselves by strength, they may protect themselves by their 18 4 | intercourse with others, may become both more adorned 19 4 | body of man only, that I may show in it the power of 20 5 | circle, the inward organs may be covered, that those parts 21 6 | foresees these things, that he may begin together with the 22 8 | voices coming from both sides may more easily be collected. 23 8 | through these orbs that it may see, and the sight of both 24 10 | the eyes. so that nothing may fall into them from above, 25 10 | a more violent blow, it may be repelled by the projecting 26 10 | cartilage annexed to it, that it may be pliant to the use of 27 10 | secretions of the brain may escape through its caverns. 28 10 | while it is in the womb, may be nourished.~ 29 11 | pores of the nostrils, we may be able to draw the air 30 11 | has no tube by which it may draw the urine from them, 31 14 | it is possible that they may come from another source, 32 14 | source, and that those organs may have a different effect 33 15 | God, who is the designer, may see. For the voice appears 34 15 | that there are many which may both be perceived by the 35 16 | difficulty of the matter, you may understand how great is 36 16 | some secret recess, that it may elicit and draw forth counsel, 37 18 | thing, and the soul another, may be understood from this, 38 18 | from this, that the mind may be extinguished while the 39 18 | diversions for itself, that it may not interrupt the most healthy 40 18 | that by this revelation we may learn impending goods or 41 19 | BY GOD.~A question also may arise respecting this, whether 42 19 | from either. For a body may be produced from a body, 43 20 | argument and disputation may easily deceive any one; 44 20 | mutual wrangling, so that it may be evident that they rather 45 20 | removed it. Perhaps you may wonder that I venture to 46 20 | Heaven, that ability and time may be given us for following 47 20 | other reason than that I may effect something which may 48 20 | may effect something which may be worthy of life, and which 49 20 | worthy of life, and which may be useful to my readers,


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