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By Bishop of Hippo Augustine Saint, W. Watts

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Augustinus (354–430 CE), son of a pagan, Patricius of Tagaste in North Africa, and his Christian spouse Monica, whereas learning in Africa to develop into a rhetorician, plunged right into a turmoil of philosophical and mental doubts looking for fact, becoming a member of for a time the Manichaean society. He turned a instructor of grammar at Tagaste, and lived a lot below the impact of his mom and his good friend Alypius. approximately 383 he went to Rome and shortly after to Milan as a instructor of rhetoric, being now attracted via the philosophy of the Sceptics and of the Neo-Platonists. His stories of Paul's letters with Alypius and the preaching of Bishop Ambrose led in 386 to his rejection of all sensual behavior and to his recognized conversion from combined ideals to Christianity. He again to Tagaste and there based a non secular group. In 395 or 396 he turned Bishop of Hippo, and was once henceforth engrossed with tasks, writing and controversy. He died at Hippo in the course of the profitable siege via the Vandals. From Augustine's huge output the Loeb Classical Library bargains that groovy autobiography the Confessions (in volumes); at the urban of God (seven volumes), which unfolds God's motion within the growth of the world's historical past, and propounds the prevalence of Christian ideals over pagan in adversity; and a range of Letters that are very important for the learn of ecclesiastical background and Augustine's relatives with different theologians.

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Ixxviii. ^^ I was but flesh, a wind that passeth away and cometh not again. neas, while I forgat mine own and to bewail dead Dido, when in the because she killed herself for love mean time (wretch that I was) I with dry eyes endured myself dying towards thee, O God my Life For what can be more miserable than a wretch that pities not himself; one bemoaning Dido's death, caused by loving of ^neas, and yet not lamenting his own death, caused by not loving of thee, O God, thou Light of my soul, thou Bread of the internal mouth of my soul, and thou firmest Knot, marrying my soul and the bosom of my thoughts together } I did not love thee, and I committed fornication against thee, while in the mean time every But one applauded me with Well done, well done reason : ; : ; I !

IV Quid est ergo mis deus deus mens? quis ? quid, rogo, nisi domi- enim dominus praeter doniinuni aut quis deus praetei' deuni nostrum ? summe^ optime, ? potentissime, omnipotentissime, misericordissime et iustissime, secretissime et praesentissime, pulcherrime et fortissime, stabilis et ineonprehensibilis, inmutabilis, mutans omnia, numquam nevus, numquam vetus, innovans omnia et nesciunt et ; ; vetustatem perducens superbos i|j semper agens, semper quietus, colligens non egens, portans et implens et protegens, creans et nutriens, perficiens, quaerens, amas nee non cum aestuas, zelas et securus es nihil desit tibi.

And thus words in divers sentences, set in their due j^laces, and heard often over, I by little and little collected, of 25 AVGVSTINl CONFESSlONVM LIBER S. I CAP. tates, edomito in eis signis ore, per haee enimtiabam. VIII sic cum hiS;, inter quos eram, voluntatuni enuntian- darum signa conmunicavi losam societatem altius ; et vitae humanae procel- ingressus sum, pendens ex parentum auctoritate nutuque maiorum hominum. P. Deus, deus meus, quas et lutlificationes, puero ibi miserias quandoquidem sum expertus I'ecte mihi vivere proponebatur, obtemperare monentibus, ut id in hoc saccule florerem, et excellerem linguosis artibus, ad honorem hominum et teras, in falsas divitias famu- inde in scliolam datus sum, ut discerem lantibus.

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