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The Confessions of Saint Augustine

Author(s):   Blessed Augustine of Hippo
Publisher:   Image Books (1960)
Format:   Paperback
Copies:   1 copy available
Product Info:   Book Description

The greatest spiritual autobiography of all time, this classic work is a literary and theological masterpiece. John K. Ryan’s masterful translation brings out the luster of Augustine’s unmatched tale of his soul’s journey to God.

Editorial Reviews

Review
“In plain words–if you can accept them as plain–Christianity is the life and death and resurrection of Christ going on day after day in the souls of individual men and in the heart of society. It is this Christ-life, this incorporation into the Body of Christ, this union with His death and resurrection as a matter of conscious experience, that St. Augustine wrote of in his Confessions.”
–Thomas Merton

From the Hardcover edition.

From the Publisher
The greatest spiritual autobiography of all time, this classic work is a literary and theological masterpiece. John K. Ryan’s masterful translation brings out the luster of Augustine’s unmatched tale of his soul’s journey to God.