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Augustine of Hippo [Aurelius Augustinus]locked

(b Thagaste, Nov 13, 354; d Hippo, Aug 28, 430).
  • James W. McKinnon
  •  and Joseph Dyer

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Saint, churchman, and scholar. He was perhaps the most influential figure in the history of Christian thought, rivalled only by Thomas Aquinas and possibly Origen. Born in North Africa to a pagan father and Christian mother, the sainted Monica, he studied rhetoric in Carthage where he lost his boyhood Christian faith. In ...

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