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As you read these books I would recommend you have a dictionary close at hand.
So, I want to make one quick comment that is specific to the abridged version: I think this was a great copy to read.
By far the most influential of such attempts was St. Augustine's "City of God", an extensive and detailed treatise.
this is just one of those books you have to read to understand the western worldPublished 12 days ago by John T Reames
A great classic of Christian theology. This e-book version is very readable and navigable. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to study the works of Augustine.Published 1 month ago by Bryant K. Owens
St Augustine is absolutely amazing. When I picked up this book I was expecting the language to be arcane and difficult to interpret but I was mistaken. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Denise Michaels
Perfectly described! Exactly what I expected. A good theological reference book.Published 3 months ago by Shawn McAllister
A great insight into the ancient world. St. Augustine does a great job of refuting the paganism of his time. Much of his critique is still relevant for today. Read morePublished 3 months ago by James E. Rodgers
The debate between Paganism and Christian belief is put forward with clarity and candor. Whether you agree with him or not, it is interesting reading.Published 3 months ago by Gene E. Curry