THE LIBRARY OF CHRISTIAN CLASSICS; VOLUME 8; AUGUSTINE; LATER WORKS download epub
by John Burnaby
Series: The Library of Christian Classics John Burnaby.
Long recognized for the quality of its translations. Series: The Library of Christian Classics. The book also contains an interesting retraction written later in Augustine's life. Augustine began to evaluate his own writing later in his life. He re-explained some earlier points he felt had been misunderstood in his writing. One of those retractions puts to death the Cessationistic assumption that all miracles had ceased by Augustine's time.
The first is Augustine's classic work on the Trinity. In this work we see Augustine at his best
The first is Augustine's classic work on the Trinity. In this work we see Augustine at his best. On the Spirit and the Letter' is the subject of the second section. It gives a positive statement of Augustine's understanding of Paul. Homilies on the First Epistle of St. John' is the subject of the third division. These three masterpieces make stimulating reading. 'Southern Presbyterian Journal'.
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Augustine: Later Works. Selected and translated with introductions by John Burnaby. The Library of Christian Classics, VIII). Recommend this journal. The Journal of Ecclesiastical History.
This volume of The Library of Christian Classics contains three works of Augustine published in the years between 410 and 420, when Augustine was in his late fifties or. .Softcover from Westminster John Knox Press
This volume of The Library of Christian Classics contains three works of Augustine published in the years between 410 and 420, when Augustine was in his late fifties or early sixties, still at the height of his powers, and not yet wholly absorbed by the Pelagian controversy, which forced him to imprison his doctrine of grace in a system of rigid logic. Softcover from Westminster John Knox Press. The Library of Christian Classics has long been acclaimed for its quality translations, introductions, explanatory notes, and indexes.
Augustine: Later Works. But it is an inheritance that must be reclaimed by each generation. IX. Early Medieval Theology. The practice of giving circulation to writings selected for superior worth or special interest was adopted at the beginning of Christian history.
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VIII, The Library of Christian Classics (1955). Reprinted by permission of SCM Press Lt. London, and The Westminster Press, . F. H. Colson et al: Extracts from Philo’s Works (10 vols. Denys the Areopagite IX. Patristic Mysticism and St. John of the Cross Divine Darkness and the Dark Night X. The Mystical Life and the Mystical Body Platonism and Mysticism The Communion of Saints. Afterword (2006) Bibliography Extra Bibliography Index.