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Confessions [St. Augustine] By ST. AUGUSTINE
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ST. AUGUSTINE Confessions Aurelius Augustine was born at Tagaste, a city of Numidia, on November 13, 354. This greatest of the Latin Christian Fathers was the son of a magistrate named Patricius, who... More > was a pagan till near the close of his life. Augustine was sent to school at Madaura, and next to study at Carthage. His mother, Monica, early became an ardent Christian, and her saintly influence guided the youth towards the light; but entanglement in philosophic doubts constrained him to associate with the Manichæans, and then with the Platonists. His mental struggles lasted eleven years. Going to Rome to teach rhetoric, he was invited to Milan to lecture, and there was attracted by the eloquent preaching of Bishop Ambrose. His whole current of thought was changed, and the two became ardent friends. In 391, Augustine was ordained priest by Valerius, Bishop of Hippo, whose colleague he was appointed in 395.< Less
St. Augustine on St. John the Evangelist By St. Augustine of Hippo
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This is book one in a series of Scripture commentaries, sermons and homilies by great writers and thinkers from the early ages of the Church. In this book we offer 124 tractates and some select... More > sermons on the Gospel according to St. John the Evangelist and 10 homilies on St. John's First Catholic Epistle (1st John). St. Augustine is one of the most loved (and hated) of all classical Christian theologians, but no matter how one views him, it is hard to deny that he has shaped more than 1,500 years of Christian thinking and belief. He is also, perhaps more than any one other person, responsible for our cultural beliefs practises in the West.< Less
St. Augustine on St. John the Evangelist By St. Augustine of Hippo
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This is book one in a series of Scripture commentaries, sermons and homilies by great writers and thinkers from the early ages of the Church. In this book we offer 124 tractates and some select... More > sermons on the Gospel according to St. John the Evangelist and 10 homilies on St. John's First Catholic Epistle (1st John). St. Augustine is one of the most loved (and hated) of all classical Christian theologians, but no matter how one views him, it is hard to deny that he has shaped more than 1,500 years of Christian thinking and belief. He is also, perhaps more than any one other person, responsible for our cultural beliefs practises in the West.< Less
Confessions [St.Augustine] [Christmas Summary Classics] By St. Augustine
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Christmas Summary Classics This series contains summary of Classic books such as Emma, Arne, Arabian Nights, Pride and prejudice, Tower of London, Wealth of Nations etc. Each book is specially... More > crafted after reading complete book in less than 30 pages. One who wants to get joy of book reading especially in very less time can go for it. About the Book Aurelius Augustine was born at Tagaste, a city of Numidia, on November 13, 354. This greatest of the Latin Christian Fathers was the son of a magistrate named Patricius, who was a pagan till near the close of his life. Augustine was sent to school at Madaura, and next to study at Carthage. His mother, Monica, early became an ardent Christian, and her saintly influence guided the youth towards the light; but entanglement in philosophic doubts constrained him to associate with the Manichæans, and then with the Platonists. His mental struggles lasted eleven years.< Less
Tractates on the Gospel of St. John By St. Augustine
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The City of God By ST. AUGUSTINE
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ST. AUGUSTINE The City of God A French critic has said of Augustine's "City of God" that it is the earliest serious attempt to write a philosophy of history, and another has spoken of it as... More > the encyclopaedia of the fifth century. These two remarks together characterise the work excellently. It is a huge treatise in twenty-two books, begun in the year 413, and finished in 426, and was given to the public in sections as these were completed. Augustine (see LIVES AND LETTERS) himself explains the origin of the work. The fall of Rome by Alaric's invasion in 410 had been ascribed to the desertion of the old gods of Rome and to the wide extension of Christianity, or the City of God, throughout the empire. It was to refute this calumny that the learned African bishop elaborated his great defense of Christ's kingdom, the "Catholic Church, which should include all nations and speak in all tongues." In Books 1-5 St.< Less
St. Augustine on St. John: Commentaries, Homilies and Sermons on St. John's Gospel and First Epistle By St. Augustine of Hippo
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St. Augustine of Hippo wrote extensively over a forty year career in the Church. Here are his tractates on the Gospel of John as well as ten homilies and select sermons on St. John's Gospel and First... More > Epistle.< Less
St. Augustine on St. John: Commentaries, Homilies and Sermons on St. John's Gospel and First Epistle By St. Augustine of Hippo
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St. Augustine of Hippo wrote extensively over a forty year career in the Church. Here are his tractates on the Gospel of John as well as ten homilies and select sermons on St. John's Gospel and First... More > Epistle.< Less
St. Augustine on St. John: Tractates, Homilies and Sermons on St. John's Gospel and First Epistle By St. Augustine of Hippo
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St. Augustine of Hippo is perhaps the most beloved Western theologian of all times. He is also, debatably the most controversial, but whether you come to him as a proponent or opponent, you cannot... More > deny the profound and far ranging influence he has had on Christian Theology in the West and his influence on Christendom and Christian societies in general in the West. Here are 124 tractates and some selected sermons on the Gospel of St. John the Evangelist and 10 homilies given on the First Epistle of St. John. This is the first in a series of Scripture commentaries, homilies and sermons by the great writers of the early Church period.< Less