Augustine of Hippo

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(Roman Catholic Church) one of the great Fathers of the early Christian church

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Augustine of Hippo (13 November 354 -28 August 430), also known as Saint Augustine was an early Christian theologian and philosopher whose writings were very influential in the development of Western Christianity and Western philosophy.
South African Conference on Augustine of Hippo (2012: Pretoria, South Africa) Ed.
This collection of conference essays turns that impulse on its head by focusing instead on how Augustine of Hippo has been remembered in other media, such as visual art, drama, sermons and devotional literature, music, or in the discussions of later sciences.
When Living Faith says "Sin is a power present in every human life, even at birth," it is referencing, albeit in a nuanced way, the doctrine of original sin articulated by Augustine of Hippo and emphasized throughout Western Christendom.
4) Augustine of Hippo said, "The superfluous things of the wealthy are the necessities of the poor.
Augustine of Hippo, scourge of Donatists and Pelagians, would have to say on this ecclesiological issue.
Augustine of Hippo in--to use the term of other writers--de-divinizing the state (that is, showing that it cannot provide ultimate ends or play a godlike role).
Augustine of Hippo by Henry Chadwick (Oxford University Press, 2009)
Unterseher demonstrates why and how this earlier symbol for Jews held sway for centuries, thanks to the influence of Augustine of Hippo.
St Augustine of Hippo, that brilliant father of the early Christian Church, told us to work is to pray.
Augustine of Hippo writes: "You have made us for Yourself, O God, and our heart is restless until it rests in You.
In his second of four volumes Sir Anthony takes his history of Western philosophy from St Augustine of Hippo to the Renaissance.
CHRISTINE Dunnett will leave her five children at home to start a new career as a trainer when she saddles her own College Princess in the St Augustine of Hippo Selling Stakes at Southwell today, writes Bruce Jackson.
Many people will be dressed as historical characters, with Pru Porretta as Lady Godiva being joined by the city's town crier, St George and St Augustine of Hippo.