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Excerpts from the works of Saint Augustine on the letters of the Blessed Apostle Paul

Augustine of Hippo

Excerpts from the works of Saint Augustine on the letters of the Blessed Apostle Paul

by Augustine of Hippo

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Published by Cistercian Publications in Kalamazoo, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paul, the Apostle, Saint.,
  • Bible. N.T. Epistles of Paul -- Commentaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[selected by] Bede the Venerable ; translated by David Hurst.
    SeriesCistercian studies series ;, no. 183
    ContributionsBede, the Venerable, Saint, 673-735., Hurst, David, OSB.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2650.3 .A9413 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination347 p. ;
    Number of Pages347
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3325858M
    ISBN 10087907583X
    LC Control Number2004299500
    OCLC/WorldCa41755101

    Letters , Roland John Teske, ISBN , Volume 1 of Letters, Augustinian Heritage Institute Part 2, Volume 1 of The works of Saint Augustine: Letters ; Vol. 1, Aurelius Augustinus Works of Saint Augustine: a translations for the 21 st Century, Augustyn ((św. ;) Part 2, Volume 1 of Works of Saint Augustine. As for the Apocalypse of Paul, Augustine considered it bunk. St. Augustine laughs at the folly of some who had forged an Apocalypse of Paul, full of fables, and pretending to contain the unutterable things which the apostle had heard. This is, I doubt not, our book. - (Aug. on John, Tract ).

    For they have it not in their power to give kingship or to remove it. But that is done by the one true God, according to His hidden counsel. And it is not His mind to make those necessarily blessed to whom He may have given an earthly kingdom, or to make those necessarily unhappy whom He has deprived of . The blessed Paul carried Christ’s name, first of all, in his body by imitating his life and sufferings: "I bear on my body the marks of Jesus" (Gal ). we gather the four causes of this work, i.e. of Paul’s letters, which we have before us. First, Another question concerns the place from which the Apostle wrote this letter.

    The Rule of St. Augustine (English version) Other Works: Augustine's de dialectica in Latin and in English, courtesy of James Marchand. Augustine's de musica in Latin, provided by the Thesaurus Musicarum Latinarum project of Indiana University, Thomas Mathiesen director. Three new letters. D.H. Williams is professor of religion in patristics and historical theology at Baylor University and the author of Retrieving the Tradition and Renewing following is an excerpt from Matthew: Interpreted by Early Christian Commentators, part of The Church’s Bible commentary series. It features the reflections of Gregory of Nyssa and Augustine on Matthew


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CLEARANCE Book: Excerpts from the Works of Saint Augustine on the Letters of the Blessed Apostle Paul Click to enlarge image(s) Best known for his historical and exegetical works, Bede is here seen as the silent compiler. Bede the Venerable: Excerpts from the Works of Saint Augustine and the Letters of the Blessed Apostle Paul (Cistercian Studies) [Bede The Venerable, Hurst OSB, David] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Bede the Venerable: Excerpts from the Works of Saint Augustine and the Letters of the Blessed Apostle Paul (Cistercian Studies)5/5(1). Excerpts from the works of Saint Augustine on the letters of the Blessed Apostle Paul Author: Augustine, of Hippo Saint ; Bede, the Venerable Saint ; David Hurst, OSB.

Hurst, Excerpts from the Works of Saint Augustine on the Letters of the Blessed Apostle Paul () Commentary on Acts Laistner, CCSL CXXI (), pp.

3– Martin, Commentary on the Acts of the Apostles (), pp. 3– Retractation Hervagius, Opera Bedae Venerabilis (), VI, colsor earlier. Hurst, CCSL CXXI (), pp. – St. Augustine is arguing as to what St. Paul means by there shall be no flesh justified before God by the Law, on account of the Law bringing knowledge of sin.

He also expounds what is meant by the Law was given that sin might abound. Also he explains what is meant. But our armour is Christ; it is that which the Apostle Paul prescribes when, writing to the Ephesians, he says, Take unto you the whole armour of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day; and again, Stand, therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness; and your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace; above all, taking the.

Augustine's Confessions. Augustine: The City of God. Augustine's Confessions. Augustine praises the greatness of God. "You are great, O Lord, and greatly to be praised. Great is your power, and of your wisdom, there is no measure." And (yet) man wants to praise you—man, some part of your creation.

Chap. 26 –Of the peace which is enjoyed by the people that are alienated from God, and the use made of it by the people of God in the time of its pilgrimage. Chap. 27 –That the peace of those who serve God cannot in this mortal life be apprehended in its perfection.

Augustine, also called Saint Augustine of Hippo, original Latin name Aurelius Augustinus, (born NovemTagaste, Numidia [now Souk Ahras, Algeria]—died AugHippo Regius [now Annaba, Algeria]; feast day August 28), bishop of Hippo from toone of the Latin Fathers of the Church and perhaps the most significant Christian thinker after St.

Paul. The Latin name of today’s feast in the Tridentine Missal and Breviary is “Sancti Petri ad Vincula”, which is translated literally as “the feast of St Peter at the chains”, not “the feast of St Peter’s chains” or “of St Peter in chains.” This title is found in the oldest liturgical books which attest to it, and even earlier, in the list of the station churches given by the.

Saint Ephraim of Syria (c. For example, In a letter Augustine wrote, answering to the pagan grammarian, Maximus, who had written a hostile letter in which he mocked the Punic names of some Christian martyrs, his own love of his country comes out in this rebuke: "If the Phoenician language offends you, and you deny (what the most learned admit) that much wisdom survives in Phoenician documents, then you must be ashamed.

The letter to which he here alludes is the following:— To the most blessed Lord, whom he reveres with most sincere love, to his holy brother and fellow priest, Pope Aurelius, Augustine sends health in the Lord. I began as a very young man, and have published in my old age, some books concerning the Trinity, who is the supreme and true God.

I only know that the gifts Thy mercy had provided sustained me from the first moment. All my hope is naught save in Thy great mercy. Grant what Thou dost command, and command what Thou wilt" (St. Augustine of Hippo, Confessions, 6, 19). The Servant of God Pope John Paul II (+): As one would expect, the relevant writings—Angelus and Regina Caeli remarks, apostolic exhortations, apostolic letters, audiences, encyclicals, homilies, messages, speeches, etc.—from the pontificate of Pope John Paul about the spiritual maternity fill a sizeable volume.

From: Christian Classics Ethereal Library - Calvin College Page: Early Church Fathers Language: English Works: St. Augustine Volumes. Volume I - Prolegomena: St. Augustine's Life and Work, Confessions, Letters; Volume II - The City of God, Christian Doctrine; Volume III - On the Holy Trinity, Doctrinal Treatises, Moral Treatises; Volume IV - The Anti-Manichaean Writings, The Anti-Donatist Writings.

Excerpts from the Works of Saint Augustine on the Letters of the Blessed Apostle Paul. Translated by Dom David Hurst, OSB. Vol.Cistercian Studies. Kalamazoo, MI: Cistercian Publications. The Blessed (Saint) Augustineof Hippo. His Place in the OrthodoxChurch: A Corrective.

"O Lord the One God, Godthe Trinity, whatever I have said in these books that is of Thine, maythey acknowledge who are Thine; if anything of my own, may it be pardonedboth by Thee and by those who are Thine." —St.

Augustine, On the Trinity. Book Excerpt; Commentaries on St. Paul's Epistles to Timothy, Titus, and Philemon Aquinas, Thomas. The mids found St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome commenting on the epistles of the Apostle Paul.

His overall schema of the Pauline corpus reveals a synoptic vision of the letters unified by the grace of Christ. This grace is present first and.

"The De Patientia of St. Augustine: A Translation with an Introduction and Commentary" by Saint Augustine (of Hippo), Paul Bryan, Copy quote God has no. The most important voice in political thought throughout the Middle Ages, influencing even St.

Aquinas, was that of St. Augustine. Through excerpts of sermons, letters, and selections from City of God, the 4th-century theologians’ view of the world of man is shown both in its maturity and development.

Covering almost pages, the vast majority of it being the words of St. Augustine, this /5(19).I answer not, as a certain person is reported to have done facetiously (avoiding the pressure of the question), He was preparing hell, says he, for those who pry into mysteries.

(Confessions; Book XI, Chapter 12) One goal of St. Augustine's discussion of time in his Confessions is to _____. demonstrate the dangers of intellectual pride.Excerpts from St.

Augustine's Confessions A.D. (C.E.) BOOK II I will now call to mind my past foulness, and the carnal corruptions of my soul; not because I love them, but that I may love Thee, O my God. For love of Thy love I do it; reviewing my most wicked ways in the very bitterness of my remembrance, that Thou mayest grow sweet.