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We are an Easter People and “Alleluia!” is our song. (Augustine of Hippo)

A prayer from “Common Worship”

Lord of all life and power, through the mighty resurrection of your Son you overcame the old order of sin and death to make all things new in him.

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St Augustine’s Tractate 120 on John 20:1-9

The following is an excerpt from St Augustine’s Tractate 12o on the Holy Gospel According to St John. The entire tractate is on John 19:31-20:9 and… 619 more words

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Thoughts On Confessions II

Thoughts on Augustine of Hippo’s The Confessions, Books X-XIII: 

Augustine’s interpretative and semiotic approach is nuanced, multivocal, and, at times, strikingly modern. For him, multiple interpretations are not only acceptable, but also preferred, so long as the interpreter first attends to the author’s intended meaning. 238 more words

Benjamin John Peters

Augustine Project Week Fifteen

This post is part of an on-going series in which I and others systematically read through Augustine of Hippo’s City of God in 2014.

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Augustine Project: Week Fourteen

This post is part of an on-going series in which I and others systematically read through Augustine of Hippo’s City of God in 2014.

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Books

Augustine of Hippo: Almsgiving and Forgiveness

Be particularly mindful of the poor, so that what you take from yourself by living sparingly you may lay away in heavenly treasures.

Let the needy Christ receive that of which the fasting Christian deprives himself. 494 more words

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The Trinity And Augustine

What Has Become Of You Is
What Has Become Of Me:
An Analysis Of Augustine’s Psychological Trinity

“For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then we will see face to face. 3,031 more words

Devotion Pure And Simple