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But it had not been in Tess's power - nor is it in anybody's power - to feel the whole truth of golden opinions while it is possible to profit by them. She - and how many more - might have ironically said to God with Saint Augustine, "Thou hast counselled a better course than thou hast permitted."
Thanks, fellas. All three references were great (in fact, I had forgotten I own St. Gregory of Nyssa's Moses). I wonder though, which school of thought is more prevalent, or accepted, within Eastern Orthodoxy?
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