January 2006
Confessions of Saint Augustine;2006, p21
Book Chapter
Book II of "The Confessions of Saint Augustine" is presented. It talks about the author's age of puberty to the early part of his 16th year of age. The author also relates his abandonment of his studies and his engagement with lustful pleasures and commitment of theft together with his companions. He expresses his love for the Lord and gratitude for the forgiveness of his sins.


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