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Augustine: Philosopher and Saint [Audio Lectures]


Long before he was declared a saint by the Church,

Augustine gained profound influence as both a Church Father and a Christian Platonist philosopher—defending the doctrine of the Trinity, defining the epochal idea of religious grace, delving into the inner relationship between God and soul, and much more. Today, according to Professor Phillip Cary, Augustine is recognizable even to non-Christians as the most important Christian writer outside of the Bible. Yet Augustine was also a man—a rhetorician trained in the Roman way whose life and discovery of his calling make for one of the most fascinating stories in the history of religious philosophy.
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Taught by: Phillip Cary, Eastern University, Ph.D., Yale University
Course Lecture Titles
1. Church Father
2. Christian Platonist
3. Confessions—The Search for Wisdom
4. Confessions—Love and Tears
5. Confessions—The Road Home
6. Augustine’s Career as a Christian Writer
7. Faith, Love, and Grace
8. Evil, Free Will, Original Sin, and Predestination
9. Signs and Sacraments
10. The Inner Self
11. The Trinity and the Soul
12. The City of God

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