Augustine: From Rhetor to Theologian arose from a conference held at Trinity College, Toronto, to celebrate the 1600th anniversary of the conversion to Catholic Christianity of Augustine of Hippo. Fifteen papers from international scholars make up this book. Augustine set his stamp on the Latin Church, yet only in the twentieth century, with its profound, even paradigmatic change did the descendants of that church -- Anglican, Reformed, and Roman Catholic -- recognize the degree to which their inbred attitudes and theological positions were "Augustinian." It is, however, another measure of the importance of Augustine that many aspects of his life and meanings of his writings are still disputed. This continuing investigation and debate is evidenced in this volume.
Wilfrid Laurier University Press; April 1992
- ISBN 9780889206885
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- Title: Augustine
- Author: Joanne McWilliam (ed.); Timothy Barnes (ed.); Michael Fahey (ed.); Peter Slater (ed.)
Imprint: Wilfrid Laurier University Press