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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For I make bold to say , that this demonstration with the tempest would have been
more honourably made in defence of the allies of Rome — who were in danger
on account of their reluctance to break faith with the Romans , and had no ...
And therefore it follows , further , that the father of the family ought to frame his
domestic rule in accordance with the law of the city , so that the household may
be in harmony with the civic order . But the families which do not live by faith seek
And therefore it is reasonably asked whether the Saguntines did right when they
chose that their whole state should perish rather than that they should break faith
with the Roman republic ; for this deed of theirs is applauded by the citizens of ...
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