Lesson 26: A Fourth-Century Story: The Life of Augustine

No Christian more epitomizes the great transformations of the fourth and fifth centuries than a Latin-speaking Christian of North Africa: St. Augustine of Hippo. Augustine ranks only behind Paul in his significance as a Christian thinker. He both embodies the ideas and changes of his own day and offers a transcendently important understanding of the Christian faith.

 

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LESSON 26 HANDOUT (PDF)

 

KEY FIGURES & TERMS
Thagaste, Monica, Carthage, Manichee, Ambrose, Hippo Regius, Theodosius, pagan, Donatist, Pelagius

 


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