On the Profit of Believing.
On the Profit of Believing.
St. Augustine

Translated by Rev. C. L. Cornish. M.A.
Table of Contents


Title Page

On the Profit of Believing.

Introduction

Section 1. IF, Honoratus, a heretic, and a man trusting heretics seemed to me one and…

Section 2. It is then my purpose to prove to you…

Section 5. All that Scripture therefore, which is called the Old Testament…

Section 7. And further, analogy, whereby the agreement of both Testaments is plainly seen…

Section 8. For that both history of the Old Testament…

Section 9. Here therefore these men too evil, while they essay to make void the Law…

Section 10. But, passing over in the mean while the depth of knowledge…

Section 11. And, this being so, hear also just so many conditions and differences of the…

Section 14. But now I will proceed with what I have begun…

Section 18. But in truth was there either decree of any law…

Section 21. This, you will say, is ridiculous, whereas all profess to hold and teach this…

Section 25. Wherefore it now remains to consider, in what manner we ought not to follow…

Section 26. For I ask, if what is not known must not be believed…

Section 28. Here again arises a very difficult question. For in what way shall we fools…

Section 33. Wherefore, although I am not able to teach…

Section 36. Wherefore, if either our reasoning or our discourse hath in any way moved you…




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