The world’s most famous spiritual autobiography
Written between 397 and 398 CE, The Confessions of Saint Augustine is the story of Augustine of Hippo’s childhood in Numidia, his youth and early adulthood in Carthage, Rome, and Milan, and his conversion to Christianity. As he struggled to liberate himself from his sinful past, Augustine embarked on a quest that would transform him into one of the most influential religious thinkers of all time.
A moving testament to the power of faith and an inspirational guide to a fulfilled life, The Confessions of Saint Augustine is a masterwork of Western literature.
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Open Road Media; October 2014
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- Title: The Confessions of Saint Augustine
- Author: Saint Augustine
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“A masterpiece beyond classification.” —Church Times
About The Author
Saint Augustine (354–430 CE), also known as Augustine of Hippo, was a Latin philosopher and theologian born on the northern coast of Africa in what is now Algeria. In 386, he had a conversion experience that led him to renounce his career and marital prospects and devote his life to God. His Confessions of Saint Augustine is perhaps the most famous spiritual autobiography of all time.