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- INFLUENTIAL ANTAGONISTS. Lang, J. Stephen // Christian History;2000, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p33
Focuses on the intellectual adversaries that influenced Augustine's life and ministry in the fifth century. Defender of paganism Quintus Aurelius Symmachus; Major opponent of Augustine and chief advocate of Donatism, Petilian; Denial of Augustine's doctrines by Pelagius; Quarrel between...
- THE RIGHT WAY TO REACH THE WRONG-HEADED. Winkle, Jeff // Christian History;2000, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p40
Focuses on Augustine's views regarding religious tolerance. His reputation for being a stern suppressor; Tolerance revealed in his writings and conduct; Success in public debates with heretics; Change of tactics in dealing with the Donatist schism; Publishing of satirical polemics against...
- Augustine, evil, and Donatism: Sin and sanctity before the Pelagian controversy. Kaufman, Peter Iver // Theological Studies;Mar90, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p115
Analyzes the pronouncements of Saint Augustine, the Bishop of Hippo, on sin and evil. Efforts of Saint Augustine to suppress Donatist schism; Formulation of Saint Augustine's opposition against the Pelagians.
- Augustine's World and Ours. Tinder, Glenn // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Dec1997, Issue 78, p35
Focuses on Saint Augustine's concept of the dichotomous habit of the mind. Comparison between constitutional democracies and tyrannies; Examples of the modern disintegration of the Augustinian dichotomies such as faith and reason; Analysis of the conflict associated with Augustine's thoughts on...
- What to Do with a Former Informant. Wunderink, Susan // Christianity Today;Mar2007, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p68
The article discusses the involvement of former police informants in the post-Soviet church ministry. A senior bishop found out that all his colleagues had been involved with providing information to the police on religious literature and believers as well as murder. It notes that 15% of...
- â€˜Harsh Loveâ€™ and Forgiveness. Johnson, James Turner // Studies in Christian Ethics;Aug2015, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p266
While Biggar in chapter 2 of his In Defence of War cites Augustine in support of an argument for forgiveness and reconciliation, this paper argues through a close look at Augustineâ€™s Letters 95 and 139 and Book I of his On Christian Doctrine that Augustineâ€™s view of how the...
- Preacher of Grace: A Critical Reappraisal of Augustineâ€™s Doctrine of Grace in His Sermones ad Populum on Liturgical Feasts and During the Donatist Controversy. By Anthony Dupont. Dunn, Geoffrey D. // Theological Studies;Mar2016, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p237
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- The problem of service to unjust regimes in Augustine's `City of God'. Burnell, Peter // Journal of the History of Ideas;Apr-Jun93, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p177
Analyzes Augustine's support of religious persecution and apparent willingness to regard as a duty acquiescence in the civil injustices perpetrated by established authorities. Dependence of other morality on religion in the `City of God'; Complete priority of religion in civil affairs; Nature...
- Augustine as a very important theologian. McBrien, Richard P. // National Catholic Reporter;8/11/95, Vol. 31 Issue 36, p2
Focuses on St. Augustine of Hippo as a theologian. Protestants as embracing Augustine; Emphasis on the absolute need for grace; Pessimism about the possibilities of human reformation; Opposition to Manichaeism and Donatists; `Rule of St. Augustine'.