The Confessions of St Augustine (vol XIV in Complete Works)
St. Augustine (tr. & notes J. G. Pilkington)
The son of a pagan father and a Christian mother, Saint Augustine spent his early years torn between conflicting world-views. The Confessions, written when he was in his forties, recounts how, slowly and painfully, he came to turn away from his youthful ideas and licentious lifestyle to become one of Christianity’s most influential thinkers. A remarkably honest spiritual autobiography, the Confessions also addresses fundamental issues of Christian doctrine, and many of the prayers and meditations it includes are still an integral part of the practice of the faith today. From vol XIV the complete series The Works of Aurelius Augstine, Bishop of Hippo, A New Translation (ed. by Marcus Dods).
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