Confessions /

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Language: English
Latin
Published: Indianapolis : Hackett Publishing Comapny, [2006]
Edition: Second Edition /
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100 0 |a Augustine,  |c Saint, Bishop of Hippo,  |e author 
240 1 0 |a Confessiones.  |l English 
245 1 0 |a Confessions /  |c Augustine ; translated by F.J. Sheed ; introduction by Peter Brown. 
250 |a Second Edition /  |b edited, with notes, by Michael P. Foley. 
264 1 |a Indianapolis :  |b Hackett Publishing Comapny,  |c [2006] 
300 |a xxxvi, 345 pages :  |b map ;  |c 22 cm 
336 |a text  |b txt  |2 rdacontent 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references (page 335) and index. 
546 |a Translated from the Latin. 
505 0 |a Bk. 1. The first fifteen years -- I-V. Prayer to God and meditation upon God -- VI-VII. Augustine's infancy -- VIII. Learning to speak -- IX-XIX. Schooldays -- XX. Reasons for gratitude to God -- Bk. 2. The sixteenth year -- I-III. Adolescence -- IV-X. Robbing a pear-tree -- Bk. 3. From sixteen to eighteen -- I-III. First days at Carthage -- IV-V. Cicero and Scripture -- VI-X. Joins the Manichees -- XI-XII. His mother's anxiety -- Bk. 4. From eighteen to twenty-seven -- I-III. Searching for deliverance -- IV-IX. Loss of a friend -- X-XII. The transience of created things -- XIII-XV. He writes a book -- XVI. Reads Aristotle on the categories -- Bk. 5. Aged twenty-eight -- I-II. Prayer -- III-VII. Faustus comes to Carthage -- VIII-XII. Augustine goes to Rome -- XIII-XIV. At Milan -- Bk. 6. Aged twenty-nine -- I-II. Monica comes to Milan -- III-V. His mind still searches -- VI. Disappointments in worldly affairs -- VII-X. Alypius and Nebridius -- XI-XVI. The problem of continence -- Bk. 7. Aged thirty -- I-II. Realisation that God is incorruptible -- III-V. The problem of the origin of evil -- VI. Finally rejects astrology -- VII-XVII. Beginning of emancipation from materialist thinking -- XVIII-XXI. The need for Christ -- Bk. 8. Aged thirty-one -- I-IV. The conversion of Victorinus -- V-XII. Augustine's conversion -- Bk. 9. Aged thirty-two -- I-VII. Reception into the church -- VIII-XIII. The death of Monica -- Bk. 10. Augustine's confessions of his present -- I-V. Why he makes this confession -- VI-VII. What is God? -- VIII-XXV. Analysis of memory -- XXVI-XXIX. Prayer -- XXX-XLI. Augustine's present state -- XLII-XLIII. The true mediator -- Bk. 11. In the beginning God created (Genesis 1:1) -- I. Why he writes -- II. His passionate desire to meditate upon God's law -- III-IV. He would know the meaning of Gen. 1:1 -- V. God created Heaven and Earth in his word -- VI-VII. How did God speak his word? 237 -- VIII-IX. Meaning of "in the beginning" (Gen. 1:1) -- X-XIII. Time and the Universe Began Together -- XIV-XXX. What is time? -- XXXI. Eternal knowledge -- Bk. 12. Heaven and Earth (Genesis 1:1/2) -- I. Truth has given a promise -- II-XIII. Interpretation of Heaven and Earth -- XIV-XX. He answers those who deny that this is what Moses meant by Gen. 1:1 268 -- XXI-XXVII. Various interpretations of Gen.1:2 -- XXVIII-XXIX. Another interpretation of "in the beginning" -- XXX-XXXII. The right attitude of mind and heart -- Bk. 13. The days of creation (Genesis 1:2/31) -- I. God does not need us -- II. Why God created -- III-XI. Literal interpretation of Genesis 1:2-3 -- XII-XXXII. Allegorical interpretation of Genesis 1:1-31 -- XXXIII-XXXIV. Summary of Exegesis, literal and allegorical -- XXXV-XXXVII. Conclusion : the seventh day. 
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700 1 |a Sheed, F. J.  |q (Francis Joseph),  |d 1897-1981,  |e translator 
700 1 |a Foley, Michael P.,  |d 1970-  |e editor 
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