The definitive reference work on Augustine that scholars, from all fields of theological study, describe as "superb" and "indispensable" for students, scholars, libraries, and anyone interested in studying Augustine. While the work provides exhaustive resources on Augustine's own life and his theological and pastoral work, it also provides an exceptional wealth of information about scholarship, past and present on the great theologian. Moreover, it documents the influence of Augustine on the Catholic Church, the Reformation and on great thinkers and theologians such as Kierkegaard, Luther, Erasmus, and Calvin. Topics range from archeology to martyrdom, from imagination to Augustine's personal friends.
- A definitive reference work on Augustine
- Provides an exceptional wealth of information about scholarship on Augustine
- Completely interactive with your Logos library
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- Title: Augustine Through the Ages: An Encyclopedia
- Editor: Allan D. Fitzgerald
- Publisher: Eerdmans
- Publication Date: 2009
- Pages: 952
About Allan D. Fitzgerald
Allan D. Fitzgerald is General Editor of Augustinian Studies, a publication of Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania. He has written numberous books and essays on Augustine of Hippo and is a member of the Order of St. Augustine.