A major influence over Christianity and Western philosophy, Augustine was a bishop of Hippo Regius in the Roman province of Africa. This collection features many never-before-translated editions of his Latin writings as well as his beloved and most important works—the Confessions, the City of God, and The Trinity. These 30 volumes exhibit the best scholarship and translational work on these classic writings, bringing Augustine into your library like you’ve never seen before. Whether you’re looking to begin studying the Early Church or seeking to expand your library, the Fathers of the Church Series is the most thorough publication available.
In Logos, these works become the backbone of any study on the early church. Links to the patristic writings of the Early Church Fathers will bring you right to the source—to the very quote—allowing you to see instant context. Footnotes appear on mouseover, as well as references to Scripture and extra-biblical material in your library, and you can perform near-instant searches across these volumes, searching for references to keywords or Scripture passages.
For more of Augustine, check out the Fathers of the Church: St. Augustine (30 vols.).
Aurelius Augustinus (354–430) is often simply referred to as St. Augustine or Augustine Bishop of Hippo (the ancient name of the modern city of Annaba in Algeria). He is the preeminent Doctor of the Church according to Roman Catholicism, and is considered by Evangelical Protestants to be in the tradition of the Apostle Paul as the theological fountainhead of the Reformation teaching on salvation and grace.