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For Augustine hath properly remarked , that these things may also be called
things which are above , because as to the excellency of their worth they far
surpass earthly things ; as , furthermore , because all things of this kind are
Whence said Augustine , If the mind hath delight from what is external , it will
remain without delight from what is internal . Thus much for the matter of the
Apostle ' s exhortation . Let us proceed to the inducements . If ye be risen with
43 : in exemption from suffering ; this corruptible shall put on incorruption , 1 Cor .
xv . 53 : in agility ; which , according to Augustine , shall be such , that wherever
the spirit flies , there shall the body also furthwith be . Other things were likewise ...
And Augustine , The freedom of the will does not prevail in those things which
pertain to God , but only in the works respecting the present life , Contra Pelag .
hypognost . lib . 3 . We shall easily solve this difficulty , if we will consider what
If we admit with Irenĉus , Basil , Augustine , Cyril , and others , that it was done in
reality ; yet it argues nothing in defence of fornication : for the prophet was not
commanded to . commit fornication , but to take to himself a wife formerly
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