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. Augustine is unarguably one of the most influential figures in the history of the Christian church and the opportunity to read his works in English is remarkable. 359 Pages. Softcover from Westminster John Knox Press.
The Library of Christian Classics has long been acclaimed for its quality translations, introductions, explanatory notes, and indexes. The series ensures that modern English translations of some of the most significant Christian theological works written before the end of the sixteenth century are available for scholars and students, allowing contemporary readers to mine the theological riches of the Christian church though the centuries.
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