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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius
On the workmanship of God

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1 2 | But He made man--reason being granted to him, and the 2 2 | perceiving and speaking being given to him--destitute 3 2 | an eternal and immortal being, He did not arm him, as 4 3 | but man, on the contrary, being naked and defenceless, is 5 3 | in man, on account of his being born in a more feeble condition. 6 3 | effected that, their teats being spontaneously distended, 7 3 | mother, but that which, being warmed by the nourishment 8 3 | when animated by breath, being unfledged and tender, is 9 3 | body can prevent them from being oppressed by us, or from 10 3 | oppressed by us, or from being made subject to our power. 11 4 | considered, these things being assumed, what would be the 12 5 | which are called feet, that, being fixed on the ground with 13 5 | and fiat bones, by which, being slightly curved, and almost 14 6 | effect this very condition of being born--it is manifest that 15 6 | and how the offspring, being produced from the union 16 7 | body, which we call bones, being knotted and joined to one 17 7 | of which I have spoken, being either more drawn out or 18 7 | nothing else, except that being marked as to their backs 19 7 | uppermost parts of these being surrounded after the manner 20 8 | expectation of immortality, being cast down with their whole 21 8 | even over his own body, being situated in the highest 22 8 | hard and solid bones, lest, being stiff and immoveable, they 23 8 | objects placed opposite them, being refracted as in a mirror, 24 8 | our eyes, until the air, being extended together with the 25 8 | the eyesight, or the rays being poured out, should arrive 26 8 | dug up, inasmuch as doors being torn up together with the 27 8 | call the pupils, in which, being pure and delicate, are contained 28 10| throbbing gives their name, being protected by hairs standing 29 10| very circumstance of its being double. From which we understand 30 10| itself the chief control, being twofold from simple matter, 31 10| the body, all the parts, being constructed of two, might 32 10| birds, in which the tongue, being pointed and vibrating with 33 10| wonderful manner, lest, being bare and exposed, they should 34 10| the breadth of the breast, being elevated, and exposed to 35 10| open and erect, because, being full of reason given from 36 10| add something of beauty; being given to females for the 37 10| by a not unbecoming mark, being made for this purpose, that 38 11| intestine, but capable of being inflated, and admitting 39 11| itself; since drink and food, being corporeal, make for themselves 40 11| be stifled. But the food being received into the stomach, 41 11| by the heat, its juice, being in an indescribable manner 42 13| running, unless, our toes being pressed against the ground, 43 13| which the plan is capable of being understood. I now come to 44 14| these; which is far from being the case, because, rising 45 15| probable, that the breath, being compressed, when it has 46 16| reflection, and when the mind, being occupied, has withdrawn 47 16| the divine mind of God, being extended through all parts 48 16| things, governs all things, being everywhere present, everywhere 49 16| whole are weakened, and all being corrupted and thrown into


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