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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius
On the workmanship of God

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1 1intro| to the mind, not to the body, the whole system of which 2 1intro| mention has been made of the body and soul, to explain the 3 1intro| contemplate the system of our body, which is not altogether 4 2 | natural clothing of their body, or those things by which 5 2 | place his protection in the body, but in the soul: since 6 2 | the beauty of the human body. On which account I am accustomed 7 3 | the animal itself from the body of the mother, but that 8 3 | nourishment and heat of the body of the mother, produces 9 3 | there be of defences for the body, when reason once granted 10 3 | since man is possessed of a body which is not great, and 11 3 | strength nor firmness of body can prevent them from being 12 3 | moderate strength, and a small body; and not estimate according 13 3 | strength and firmness of body are not of such consequence 14 3 | the strength of the whole body. What h madness is it, therefore, 15 4 | will they assign to him a body? All things which can be 16 4 | with a frail and earthly body. It is necessary, therefore, 17 4 | since he is possessed of a body; for every body is liable 18 4 | possessed of a body; for every body is liable to dissolution 19 4 | can be absent from that body which is at some time to 20 4 | speak so much concerning the body of man only, that I may 21 5 | the highest part of the body He lengthened out the head. 22 5 | from the very vessel of the body: two behind, which are in 23 5 | the density itself of the body, by binding together greater 24 5 | lengthened out from the body, either for the sake of 25 5 | preserve the vigour of the body. And again, He did not make 26 7 | OF ALL THE PARTS OF THE BODY.~God therefore connected 27 7 | parts which strengthen the body, which we call bones, being 28 7 | guide the mass of the whole body. But He covered these with 29 7 | divided through the whole body, through which the moisture 30 7 | which the length of the body equally stretched out required 31 7 | length on the outside of the body, and pointed it into a tail, 32 7 | tail, that the parts of the body which are offensive might 33 7 | be driven away from the body; and if you should take 34 8 | are exposed to view in the body, or concealed. When, therefore, 35 8 | cast down with their whole body to the ground, they might 36 8 | earth, but even over his own body, being situated in the highest 37 10 | of things. For though the body is one, yet the whole could 38 10 | together the whole; so in the body, all the parts, being constructed 39 11 | necessary that this earthly body should be nourished with 40 11 | since man is composed of body and soul, that receptacle 41 11 | nourishment only to the body; to the soul, in truth, 42 11 | respiration, support life in the body. Since, therefore, there 43 11 | food which nourishes the body,--there must be two tubes 44 11 | and invigorates the whole body. The manifold coils also 45 11 | the moisture by which the body is nourished is in them, 46 13 | to the other parts of the body? Are they without order 47 13 | pressure of the bulk of the body it should give way to the 48 13 | sustain the weight of the body; and as this is gradually 49 13 | foundations of the whole body, the admirable Artificer 50 13 | that they might make the body firm by their flatness, 51 14 | there are many things in the body, the force and purpose of 52 14 | to retain the soul in the body. But what office is particularly 53 16 | senses from every part of the body come together to it, so 54 16 | government of the whole body should especially have its 55 16 | though in the citadel of the body; and that nothing should 56 16 | exercises control over the body, appears to be placed in 57 16 | enclosed within a mortal body, is so great, that it can 58 16 | this heavy and slothful body, to which it is bound, froth 59 16 | scattered through the whole body,--which is possible, and 60 16 | present in every part of the body, it cannot be understood 61 16 | the constitution of the body and the construction of 62 16 | the separate parts of the body and the vigour of all the 63 16 | and destroyed; so in the body, when any part of the limbs 64 17 | the soul is present the body is warm, but on its departure 65 17 | but on its departure the body grows cold. But fire is 66 17 | heart, diffused into the body." These things are most 67 17 | not introduced into the body after birth, as it appears 68 17 | since the soul exists in the body by the union of all these, 69 18 | are invigorated; for the body while the perception is 70 18 | then at length the whole body is resolved into rest. But 71 18 | most healthy repose of the body. For as the mind is diverted 72 19 | both nor from either. For a body may be produced from a body, 73 19 | body may be produced from a body, since something is contributed 74 19 | emit the moisture of the body, in which is the material 75 19 | and the moulding of the body, and the breathing in of 76 19 | bounty that we are safe in body, and that He supplies us 77 19 | flesh. For this worthless body with which we are clothed 78 19 | lies hidden within this body, which is seen. And if he


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