Though the church has produced many important theologians and thinkers, St. Augustine stands in a class with few others. Containing his most important theological treatises, practical works, and biblical commentaries, this collection provides readers with the essence of Augustine’s thought, ideas that have shaped and defined Christian life, theology, and ministry, for more than 15 centuries.
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A thorough and profound commentary on the first three chapters of Genesis. Completed in AD 415, Augustine’s explains, what the author of Genesis intended to say about what God did when he created heaven and earth. Contains Books 1–6.
A thorough and profound commentary on the first three chapters of Genesis. Completed in AD 415, Augustine’s explains, what the author of Genesis intended to say about what God did when he created heaven and earth. Contains Books 7–12.
An early writing, the The Greatness of the Soul treats the nature of the human soul, its dignity and grandeur. The Teacher discusses the fundamental question of how man acquires knowledge. Each text is written in the form of a dialogue.
One of the most important works in the history of theological and philosophical thought, Augustine wrote this treatise in the waning years of the fourth century, between AD 388 and 395. This dialogue’ objective is not so much to discuss free will, but to discuss the problem of evil in reference to the existence of God—who is almighty and all good.