THE CONFESSIONS OF SAINT AUGUSTINE by St. Augustine of Hippo
Seen as one of the most important figure in the ancient Western church, Augustine had drifted through several philosophical systems before converting to Christianity at the age of thirty-one. Today, St. Augustine stands as a powerful advocate for orthodoxy and of the episcopacy as the sole means for the dispensing of saving grace. Augustine can be seen to serve as a bridge between the ancient and medieval worlds.
A review of his life and work shows him as an active mind engaging the practical concerns of the churches he served.Perfect Bound, BW, 6x9, 260 Pages