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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius
On the workmanship of God

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1 2 | their own natural hair, in order that they might more easily 2 4 | an approach for death in order to the dissolution of the 3 4 | of circumstances? For, in order that no one may be capable 4 4 | But they do not see the order of consequences, because 5 4 | respecting all its works in order, the subject would be infinite. 6 5 | having feathers arranged in order, supply the use of flying. 7 6 | Lucretius belong to him, who, in order that he might show that 8 6 | It is evident that, in order to make a place for his 9 10| protected by hairs standing in order, afford a most becoming 10 10| themselves, which are arranged in order in a wonderful manner, lest, 11 10| the comeliness of their order and gradation, and the flexible 12 13| the body? Are they without order and beauty? The flesh rounded 13 13| strengthened by broader muscles, in order that it might more easily 14 13| has been so arranged in order, that it appears to differ 15 19| who both made and set in order the stars themselves. They


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