A Scripture Index to the Works of St. Augustine in English Translation

A Scripture Index to the Works of St. Augustine in English Translation

Author: James W. Wiles

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 081919848X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 223

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In the English translations of St. Augustine's works there are more than 30,000 citations of scripture. This comprehensive work provides a long-awaited tool that gives students a window to the scriptures that St. Augustine knew. To the student examining how the scriptures developed over the course of time, The Index yields valuable information about what was extant and available to St. Augustine. To the student learning about Augustine himself, The Index shows how deep Augustine's love was for scripture, how he memorized it, meditated on it, and depended heavily on it as a basis for his theology. Contents: List of Abbreviations; Foreword; Preface; Introduction; Old Testament Index; Old Testament Apocrypha Index; New Testament Index; Notes; Selected Bibliography.
A Scripture Index to the Works of St. Augustine in English Translation
Language: en
Pages: 223
Authors: James W. Wiles
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
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In the English translations of St. Augustine's works there are more than 30,000 citations of scripture. This comprehensive work provides a long-awaited tool that gives students a window to the scriptures that St. Augustine knew. To the student examining how the scriptures developed over the course of time, The Index
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