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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius
On the workmanship of God

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1 1intro| indeed rejoice that all things which are esteemed blessings 2 1intro| is. He employs all these things which are able to entice 3 1intro| suspicion in your case; but the things which I say are to be referred 4 1intro| that they scrutinized those things which God willed to be abstruse 5 1intro| investigated the nature of things in heaven and on earth, 6 1intro| concerning the nature of these things, as to wish that the things, 7 1intro| things, as to wish that the things, which they bring forward 8 2 | him--destitute of those things which are given to the other 9 2 | was able to supply those things which the condition of nature 10 2 | wonderfully the absence of those things which are given to the brutes 11 2 | of their body, or those things by which they are armed 12 2 | ascribe the origin of all things to indivisible and solid 13 2 | which they say that all things are and were produced. I 14 2 | produced. I pass by the things relating to the work itself 15 3 | And when they say these things they are believed to be 16 3 | than when they say these things. For when I consider the 17 3 | consider the condition of things, I understand that nothing 18 3 | for God is able to do all things: but it must be, that that 19 3 | since reason bestows the things which are wanting? But, 20 3 | own accord grants those things which are able to be the 21 3 | respecting God, the Maker of all things, because he has received 22 3 | therefore, to prefer those things which, if they were given, 23 4 | assign to him a body? All things which can be seen and touched 24 4 | necessarily followed that all things were produced of their own 25 4 | did not see the origin of things. And when they had thrown 26 4 | showing that there were some things in which the system of providence 27 4 | Therefore they blamed those things in which providence wonderfully 28 4 | expressed its divinity, as those things which I have related concerning 29 4 | to have considered, these things being assumed, what would 30 4 | consequences (but those things which I have spoken are 31 4 | guard his frailty against things that would injure him. The 32 4 | premature death. And if these things should be taken away from 33 4 | discussing too long respecting things which are manifest, since 34 4 | great it has been in those things only which are easy of comprehension 35 4 | comprehension and open; for those things which relate to the soul 36 5 | wonderful variety of many things, inasmuch as He had not 37 6 | providence is contained in all things which breathe, what vanity 38 6 | ceased! Since, therefore, all things which we see are produced 39 6 | first, I say, foresees these things, that he may begin together 40 6 | very foundations whatever things are necessary for the work 41 6 | God did not foresee what things were necessary for living, 42 6 | not exist, unless those things by which it exists were 43 6 | be in error. For if all things are produced not by providence, 44 7 | animals. For in almost all things which breathe there is the 45 7 | tongue. And though all these things are the same in all animals, 46 7 | manifold diversity of the things formed; because those things 47 7 | things formed; because those things of which I have spoken, 48 7 | To such an extent are all things most befittingly arranged, 49 8 | out upon and observes all things. He formed this its palace, 50 8 | called the mind sees those things which are without; lest 51 8 | nevertheless behold all things which are placed opposite 52 8 | through the eves, sees those things which are placed opposite 53 8 | might freely behold all things. Therefore the unspeakable 54 9 | them this also, that all things appear double to the mad 55 10 | is to the perfection of things. For though the body is 56 10 | afresh to infancy. But these things relate to man alone, or 57 13 | appear to have explained all things of which the plan is capable 58 13 | understood. I now come to those things which are either doubtful 59 14 | evident that there are many things in the body, the force and 60 14 | unable to perceive these things, because their offices lie 61 14 | that they who discuss these things speak falsely. But I think 62 14 | falsely. But I think that all things which relate to the motions 63 15 | of the Academy, for all things are not incomprehensible. 64 15 | must be confessed that many things are unknown, since God has 65 16 | it is? Therefore various things have been discussed by philosophers 66 16 | accustomed neither to hear the things which sound about us, nor 67 16 | about us, nor to see the things which stand in our way. 68 16 | places in its own sight all things which it pleases, however 69 16 | to and fro, and rules all things, governs all things, being 70 16 | all things, governs all things, being everywhere present, 71 16 | mind, as well-stretched things produce harmonious sound. 72 17 | diffused into the body." These things are most plainly false. 73 17 | I say that the nature of things of this kind is not so obscure, 74 18 | it is intent upon those things concerning which it is reflecting, 75 18 | begins also to see those things which it had placed before 76 19 | together the efficacy of all things, it is nevertheless certain 77 19 | nevertheless certain that all things are done by God, who both 78 20 | HIMSELF AND THE TRUTH.~These things I have written to you, Demetrianus, 79 20 | receive more and better things if God shall favour us. 80 20 | commit to writing as many things as I shall be able, which


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