Item description for Answer to the Pelagians II (Works of Saint Augustine) by Augustine Hippo, Saint Augustine of Hippo & John E. Rotelle...
Overview The Works of Saint Augustine, A Translation for the 21st Century, This work is titled Answer To The Pelagians 11 The topics included are Marriage and Desire, Answer to the Two Letters of the Pelagians, and Answer to Julian.
Publishers Description Angela of Foligno has risen from relative obscurity to a prominent rank among the most significant representatives of the Franciscan and Christian mystical tradition. The scorching yet feminine way in which she narrates her dramatic love affair with the passionate ldquo;suffering Godmanrdquo; strikes a chord in contemporary readers. The intensity of her account has no match in Christian mystical literature.Selections from Memorial the first part of her book recount the progression in her spiritual journey. Passages from Instructions the second part reveal her role as mother and ldquo;teacher of theologians.rdquo;
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Studio: New City Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.3" Width: 6.38" Height: 1.48" Weight: 2.04 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2003
Publisher NEW CITY PRESS
Series Works Of Saint Augustine
ISBN 1565481070 ISBN13 9781565481077
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Augustine at his best Jul 18, 2008
This is a translation of Augustine's "Marriage and Desire," "Answer to the Two Letters of the Pelagians," and his famous "Answer to Julian." The book is worth the price for the "Answer to Julian" alone. This is Augustine at his anti-Pelagian best around the year 420 A.D. His positions towards Pelagianism are beginning to harden, but he has not yet reached the still harder position he adopts in his "Opus Imperfectum to Julian" that is also published by New City Press in this series.