January 2006
Confessions of Saint Augustine;2006, p161
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Book X of "The Confessions of Saint Augustine" is presented. The author shows the fruit of his confessions of his sins and expresses his love for the Lord. He also examines his own acts, his thoughts and affections according to the threefold division of temptation. He also commemorates the Lord as mediator of God and men.


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