Saint Augustine

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Saint Augustine (354-430) was a Catholic theologian, philosopher, and writer. Born to a Catholic mother and pagan father--Berbers living in Numidia, Roman North Africa (modern day Algeria)--Augustine's lifelong commitment to faith and deeply personal writings make him an important figure for religion, literature, and Western philosophy. He is considered influential for developing the Catholic doctrines of original sin and predestination, though he also made contributions to philosophy that extend beyond religion, including general ethics, just war theory, and the concept of free will. Augustine is also recognized today as an early and significant memoirist and autobiographer, adapting these literary forms in order to blend religious teaching with personal stories and anecdotes.

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A Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the...

Philip Schaff and Henry Wace

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Exposition of the Sermon on the Mount: Drawn from the...

Richard Chenevix Trench and Saint Augustine

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The Confessions

Augustine Of Hippo

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Tractates on the Gospel of John, 11-27

Saint Augustine

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The City of God, Books VIII-XVI

Saint Augustine

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Classics of the Christian Faith: The Complete Audio...

John Bunyan, Jonathan Edwards, et al.

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Anti-Donatist Writings

Saint Augustine

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On Faith and the Creed

Saint Augustine

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On Man's Perfection in Righteousness

Saint Augustine

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On Marriage and Concupiscence

Saint Augustine

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On the Proceedings of Pelagius

Saint Augustine

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On the Profit of Believing

Saint Augustine

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On the Spirit and the Letter

Saint Augustine

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Expositions on the Book of Psalms

Saint Augustine

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