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Confessions of St. Augustine
by St. Augustine, John Kenneth Ryan, St Augustine
Augustine's Confessions is arguably the first, and unequivocally the most influential, religious autobiography in the Christian tradition. Augustine (who was a hard-core hedonist before his sudden conversion) writes about faith with the reckless abandon of a lover; his descriptions of friendship are so beautiful they'll bring tears to your eyes; and his tributes to his mother, Monica, cast eternally fresh light on the unofficial authority of women in the early Church. --Michael Joseph Gross - Amazon.com
Publisher: Image Books; (September 1, 1960)

St. Augustine : The Confessions, Volume 1, Books 1-8
by St Augustine
Publisher: Harvard Univ Pr; (January 15, 1912)

St. Augustine : The Literal Meaning of Genesis, Vol. 1 (Ancient Christian Writers, No. 41)
by John Hammond Taylor (Translator), St. Augustine
 

Confessions of Saint Augustine
Confessions of Saint Augustine
by St. Augustine, John Kenneth Ryan (Translator)
Paperback from Image Books
1960
 
The City of God
The City of God
by Marcus Dods, Thomas Merton, St. Augustine
Hardcover from Modern Library
1994
 
Works of Saint Augustine: A Translation for the 21st Century (Sermons Vol 3, Part 2: Sermons 20-50)
Works of Saint Augustine: A Translation for the 21st Century (Sermons Vol 3, Part 2: Sermons 20-50)
by Edmund Hill, Saint Augustine, John E. Rotelle, Augustinian Heritage Institute, St Augustine, Saint Augustine
Hardcover from New City Press
 
St. Augustine : The Literal Meaning of Genesis, Vol. 1 (Ancient Christian Writers, No. 41)
St. Augustine : The Literal Meaning of Genesis, Vol. 1 (Ancient Christian Writers, No. 41)
by John Hammond Taylor, St. Augustine
Hardcover from Paulist Press
1983
 
Vita Brevis : A Letter to St Augustine
Vita Brevis : A Letter to St Augustine
by Jostein Gaarder
Book Description: 'Years have passed and much has changed since we two had our arms around each other. Thus what I write will perhaps be equally a letter to the whole Christian church, for today you are a man of great influence.' 

In a second-hand bookshop in Buenos Aires, Jostein Gaarder makes an exciting find: a transcript of a letter to St Augustine, author of the famous Confessions, from Floria Aemilia, the woman he renounced for chastity. 

Vita Brevis is both a classic love story, beautifully told, and a fascinating insight into St Augustine's life and that of his discarded concubine. It is up to the reader to determine its authenticity...
Publisher: Orion Publishing Group; (July 6, )
ISBN: 0753804611

 
The Political Writings of St. Augustine
The Political Writings of St. Augustine
by Augustine, Henry Paolucci, Dino Bigongiari, Saint Augustine
Paperback from Regnery Publishing
 
The Young Augustine: The Growth of St. Augustines Mind Up to His Conversion
The Young Augustine: The Growth of St. Augustine's Mind Up to His Conversion
by John J. O'Meara
Paperback from Alba House
 
St. Augustine of Hippo : Life & Controversies
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