[Epub] ➟ The Confessions of St. Augustine Author Augustine of Hippo – Valtrex-4.us

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[Epub] ➟ The Confessions of St. Augustine  Author Augustine of Hippo – Valtrex-4.us
  • Hardcover
  • 294 pages
  • The Confessions of St. Augustine
  • Augustine of Hippo
  • 05 January 2017
  • 1296809501

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ➟ The Confessions of St. Augustine Author Augustine of Hippo – Valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300 page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir I twice tried to read The Holy Bible once in English and once in Tagalog from cover to cover but failed I just got distracted by too many details and hard to remember names and ancient places and I could not appreciate what were all those characters are doing Excuses, excuses They say that readin I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300 page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir I twice tried to read The Holy Bible once in English and once in Tagalog from cover to cover but failed I just got distracted by too many details and hard to remember names and ancient places and I could not appreciate what were all those chara...


  2. says:

    Chadwick s translation of Augustine s Confessions note that this is a confession to God, while read by men is one of the best It is not costly in a monetary sense new it is a mere 6.95 However, it is deceptively short A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention it deserves Augustine is a circular writer He is not a bad writer he was known to be a merciless editor, in fact But he goes around and around, especially later on in the last chapters of the book when he is Chadwick s translation of Augustine s Con...


  3. says:

    Are you there God It s me, St Augustine.


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    Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it Reading Augustine of Hippo s Confessions is like plunging into a deep, dark abyss and seeing a slither of light at the far side of the endless tunnel, unaware of whether you reach it or not for Confessions is a proto existentialist work of a man atDay after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it Reading Augustine of Hippo s Confessions is like plunging into a deep, dark abyss and seeing a slither of light at the far side of the endless tunnel, unaware of whether you reach it or not for Confessions is a proto existentialist work of a man attempting to achieve inner perfection in a world of material greed and spiritual emptiness Sound familiar Because these themes are univ...


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    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies it s as if the book was a conversation with God and a fly on the wall was taking dictation Since God obviously would have known Augustine s transgressions before they even occurred, Augustine thus has nothing to hide in this personal narrative, or at least makes it a It was slow, it was dense, and it ...


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    I can t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting not my favorite though.


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    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time I read it But it also is unchanging in ways that struck me when I first read it for Augustine s Confessions seem almost modern in the telling with a psychological perspective that ...


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    Vittore CarpaccioQu es, pues, el tiempo Qui n podr explicar esto f cil y brevemente Qui n podr comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de l Y, sin embargo, qu cosa m s familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras conversaciones que el tiempo Y cuando hablamos de l, sabemos sin duda qu es, como sabemos o entendemos lo que es cuando lo o mos pronunciar a otro Qu es, pues, el tiempo Si nadie me lo pregunta, lo s pero si quiero explic rselo al que me Vittore CarpaccioQu es, pues, el tiempo Qui n podr explicar esto f cil y brevemente Qui n podr comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de l Y, sin embargo, qu cosa m s familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras conversaciones que el tiempo Y cuando hablamos de l, sabemos sin duda qu es, como sabemos o entendemos lo que es cuando lo o mos pronunciar a otro Qu es, pues, el tiempo Si nadie me lo pregunta, l...


  10. says:

    Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions It is not they who are going to heal my sicknesses The human race is inquisitive about other people s lives, but negligent to correct their own I was very excited to read this book Confessions by St Augustine Having been an inspiration to so many including John Calvin, Martin Lu...

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