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|Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius|
On the workmanship of God
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1 1intro| and in what city you have given your name, and of what rank 2 2 | Creator and Parent, God, has given to man perception and reason, 3 2 | perceiving and speaking being given to him--destitute of those 4 2 | of those things which are given to the other animals, because 5 2 | of those things which are given to the brutes contributes 6 2 | beauty of man. For if He had given to man the teeth of wild 7 2 | superfluous, when He had given him that which was of the 8 3 | and since it has not been given to them to nourish their 9 3 | greater or better can be given by God. Finally, since man 10 3 | things which, if they were given, you would refuse to receive!~ 11 4 | which is immortal must be given to him; and when this is 12 5 | creature; and this name was given to it, as indeed Varro writes 13 10 | that the name of tongue was given to it from binding the food. 14 10 | because, being full of reason given from heaven, it was not 15 10 | something of beauty; being given to females for the nourishment 16 11 | the soul, in truth, He has given another abode. For He has 17 13 | circumstance their name was given to them. The toes are of 18 17 | and the answer should be given that it is oil, for when 19 18 | system of dreaming has been given by God for the sake of sleeping; 20 18 | and, indeed, it has been given to all animals in common; 21 19 | XIX. OF THE SOUL, AND IT GIVEN BY GOD.~A question also 22 19 | evident that souls are not given by parents, but by one and 23 20 | ability and time may be given us for following our purpose.