1649 Confessions Saint Augustine Catholic Bible Doctrine Predestination BEAUTY

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Augustine of Hippo was a 5th-century early Christian church philosopher and theologian. While most known for his work ‘City of God’, he also wrote many other treatises on aspects of the Christian faith. His stance on free will vs. predestination and fatalism was supported by and still is supported by, the Catholic Church, as his teachings on free will are consistent with modern doctrine.

 

One of Augustine’s most important works was ‘Confessions’ – collection of shorter treatises that were autobiographical in nature. In fact, because of this, it is often considered the very first Western autobiography ever written.

 

Henricus Sommalius was a 16th-century Jesuit writer who was notable for editing a number of important medieval works of eminent church fathers including Albert Magnus, Thomas a Kempis, and Saint Augustine. This 1649 edition was published in Cologne.

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Augustine of Hippo was a 5th-century early Christian church philosopher and theologian. While most known for his work ‘City of God’, he also wrote many other treatises on aspects of the Christian faith. His stance on free will vs. predestination and fatalism was supported by and still is supported by, the Catholic Church, as his teachings on free will are consistent with modern doctrine.

 

One of Augustine’s most important works was ‘Confessions’ – collection of shorter treatises that were autobiographical in nature. In fact, because of this, it is often considered the very first Western autobiography ever written.

 

Henricus Sommalius was a 16th-century Jesuit writer who was notable for editing a number of important medieval works of eminent church fathers including Albert Magnus, Thomas a Kempis, and Saint Augustine. This 1649 edition was published in Cologne.

 

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AUGUSTINE, of Hippo

 

  1. Aurelii Augustini … Libri XIII. Confessionum … Opera et studio R.P.H. Sommalii

 

Coloniæ Agrippinæ: Sumptibus C. ab Egmond & Sociorum, 1649.

 

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  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • 430, [24]
    • Engraved title page
  • Language: Latin
  • Binding: Leather; tight and secure
  • Size: ~4.5in X 2.25in (11.5cm x 6cm)

 

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21153

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Religion

Authors

AUGUSTINE, of Hippo

Printing Date

17th Century

Language

Latin

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete