St. Augustine—De Doctrina Christiana | Book 4 (Ch.1-16)
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Preview: “Thus, in praying for himself and for those whom he is about to address, [the orator] should be a suppliant before he is a speaker… Who can make us say what we should, and say it in the way we should, except Him in whose ‘hand are both we and our words’?”
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