A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church: St. Augustin: The writings against the Manichæans, and against the Donatists

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Christian literature Company, 1887
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Harmony of the Old and New Testaments
49
Appeal to the Manichaeans calling on them to repent
50
Description of the duties of temperance according to the sacred Scriptures
51
We are required to despise all sensible things and to love God alone
52
Fortitude comes from the love of God
53
Of justice and prudence
54
Love of ourselves and of our neighbor
55
On doing good to the soul of our neighbor Two parts of discipline restraint and in struction Through good conduct we arrive at the knowledge of th...
56
Of the authority of the Scriptures
57
The Church apostrophized as teacher of all wisdom Doctrine of the Catholic Church
58
The life of the Anachoretes and Coenobites set against the continence of the Manichaeans
59
Praise of the clergy
60
The Church is not to be blamed for the conduct of bad Christians worshippers of tombs and pictures
61
Marriage and property allowed to be baptized by the apostles
62
On the Morals of the Manichans
69
If evil is defined as that which is hurtful this implies another refutation of the Manichasans
70
If evil is defined to be corruption this completely refutes the Manichaean heresy
71
Evil is not a substance but a disagreement hostile to substance
72
The Manichscan fictions about things good and evil are not consistent with themselves
73
Three moral symbols devised by the Manichaeans for no good
74
The value of the symbol of the mouth among the Manichaeans who are found guilty of blaspheming God
75
Manichaean subterfuge
76
Three good reasons for abstaining from certain kinds of food
77

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