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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius
On the workmanship of God

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1501 1intro| perception, nor to express in word. I will attempt, however, 1502 3 | this account, brought up worse? Or that they advance the 1503 19 | man by his flesh. For this worthless body with which we are clothed 1504 20 | effect something which may be worthy of life, and which may be 1505 17 | is poured forth through a wound, or is exhausted by the 1506 8 | the flesh increasing from wounds, and the scars drawn over 1507 20 | borrowed from their mutual wrangling, so that it may be evident 1508 1intro| you know how crafty that wrestler and adversary of ours is, 1509 5 | given to it, as indeed Varro writes to Cicero, because from 1510 20 | determined to commit to writing as many things as I shall 1511 10 | X. OF THE OUTER LIMBS OF MAN, 1512 16 | possible, and was asserted by Xenocrates, the disciple of Plato,-- 1513 11 | XI. OF TITLE INTESTINES IN 1514 12 | XII. DE UTERO, ET CONCEPTIONE 1515 13 | XIII. OF THE LOWER MEMBERS.~Poteram 1516 14 | XIV. OF THE UNKNOWN PURPOSE 1517 19 | XIX. OF THE SOUL, AND IT GIVEN 1518 15 | XV. OF THE VOICE.~But what 1519 16 | XVI. OF THE MIND AND ITS SEAT.~ 1520 17 | XVII. OF THE SOUL, AND THE OPINION 1521 18 | XVIII. OF THE SOUL AND THE MIND, 1522 20 | XX. OF HIMSELF AND THE TRUTH.~ 1523 3 | tongue is of greater service y than the strength of the 1524 4 | completed his hundredth year. How can they maintain their 1525 4 | of dying before a hundred years, something of the strength 1526 10 | softness of the flesh should yield in holding any object, afford 1527 4 | he cannot be immortal in youth; neither is the condition


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