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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius
On the workmanship of God

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1 1intro| Artificer of the world, God, whose divine providence 2 1intro| scrutinized those things which God willed to be abstruse and 3 2 | our Creator and Parent, God, has given to man perception 4 3 | have been otherwise, for God is able to do all things: 5 3 | what they would choose if God should give them the choice: 6 3 | or better can be given by God. Finally, since man is possessed 7 3 | man, complain respecting God, the Maker of all things, 8 3 | been born beasts! For if God should happen to change 9 4 | of its course? For, since God had known that the animal 10 4 | man had to be so formed by God, that he should at some 11 4 | a man, but will become a god. Therefore, as I have already 12 4 | to die, because he is not God. But mortality cannot be 13 5 | In the beginning, when God was forming the animals, 14 5 | that monstrous beast. For God, who wished to display His 15 6 | contrivance of animals, God did not foresee what things 16 7 | ALL THE PARTS OF THE BODY.~God therefore connected and 17 7 | wonderful contrivance of God, that one arrangement and 18 8 | concealed. When, therefore, God had determined of all the 19 8 | with and closely resembling God his Father, bespeak his 20 8 | the change of a letter,-God would not form of soft skins, 21 10 | us return to the works of God. That the eyes, therefore, 22 10 | how divine a manner did God contrive these also, so 23 10 | palate as by a shell, and God has surrounded it with the 24 10 | this is the cause, that God appears to have made man 25 11 | are a wonderful work of God. For when the stomach has 26 15 | Now, whether this is true, God, who is the designer, may 27 15 | things are unknown, since God has willed that they should 28 16 | highest part, the head, as God is in heaven; but when it 29 16 | wonder if the divine mind of God, being extended through 30 16 | how great is the power of God, because the soul does not 31 17 | the soul is something like God. But they who suppose that 32 18 | dreaming has been given by God for the sake of sleeping; 33 18 | especially to man, that when God gave this system on account 34 18 | which are true are sent by God, that by this revelation 35 19 | THE SOUL, AND IT GIVEN BY GOD.~A question also may arise 36 19 | souls belongs entirely to God alone.~"In fine, we are 37 19 | but by one and the same God and Father of all, who alone 38 19 | beyond this is the work of God,--namely, the conception 39 19 | that all things are done by God, who both made and set in 40 19 | detract this power from God, and assign it to His work. 41 19 | divine and excellent gift of God. For, having granted this, 42 19 | must of necessity resemble God. For he is in error whosoever 43 20 | more and better things if God shall favour us. Then, accordingly,


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