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Tag Archives: St. Augustine
Even while Augustine’s purpose in this next section is likely primarily political, that is, to prove his recanting of his former belief in the teachings of Mani (Manichee), I find I must dig deeper into Augustine’s writings, and have been … Continue reading
In this point of Confessions Augustine explains the laws of God as being universal, and that while circumstance of time may change rules, what is good for man is basic for all, and comes directly from the love of God. … Continue reading