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St. Augustine and his influence through the ages. by Henri-IrГ©nГ©e Marrou

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Published by Harper Torchbooks in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Augustine, -- Saint, Bishop of Hippo

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Edition Notes

StatementTranslated by Patrick Hepburne-Scott. Texts of St. Augustine translated by Edmund Hill.
SeriesMen of wisdom, 2
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBR1720.A9 M333
The Physical Object
Pagination191 p.
Number of Pages191
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23315821M
LC Control Number58005219

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  The great benefit we have today, which was also the case in the Middle Ages, is we have access to an abundance of works from St. Augustine and many of his books, treatises, sermons and letters were copied and circulated across Western Europe.   At the Easter Vigil of , St. Augustine was baptized together with Adeodatus by the saintly bishop of Milan, St. Ambrose. And so began his Christian life which has benefited the Church through the ages to the present day. [Update: I neglected to mention that Adeodatus, about a year after his baptism, died a holy death at the young age of sixteen]. Alternative Confessions, Conflicting Faiths: A Review of the Influence of Augustine on Heidegger. [REVIEW] Sean J. McGrath - - American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 82 (2) Augustine Through the Ages an ries: Augustine in Medieval and Renaissance . Through Neo-Platonic thought, Augustine sought to achieve union with the perfect truth identified in and though a mystic experience with God. Writing in The Confessions (Book III), Augustine recollects this spiritual journey and credits his mother’s prayers with his deliverance from heresy.