The Political Writings of St. Augustine
This collection, taken from the works of St. Augustine, has been arranged so as to give the reader an organized, comprehensive view of the great African saint's political ideas. These, no less than his ideas on sin, grace and predestination, have long been an object of study and controversy.
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Certainly that king would have commanded our congratulations for so rare a
leisure , had he been wise enough to spend it on wholesome pursuits , and ,
subduing a pernicious curiosity , had sought out the true God with true piety . But
as it ...
... had commanded that the Romans should throw into that gulf the best thing
which they possessed , and they could only understand thereby that , since they
excelled in men and arms , the gods had commanded that an armed man should
... until iniquity do pass away . Servants are commanded to bear with masters
unjust and capri15. Luke xiii . 27 . 16. Matt . vi . 10 . 17. Luke i . 33 . 18. 1 Pet . ii .
13 , 14 . cious : the citizens of Babylon are commanded to be 316 ST .
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