Augustine of Hippo: His Life and Impact
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Augustine of Hippo: His Life and Impact  -     By: Bradley G. Green
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Title: Augustine of Hippo: His Life and Impact
By: Bradley G. Green
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 7.8 X 5.1 (inches)
Weight: 9 ounces
ISBN: 1527105873
ISBN-13: 9781527105874
Series: Early Church Fathers
Stock No: WW7105874

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Arguably the most significant theologian in Church history, Augustine is nonetheless a figure of dispute in protestant circles, distrusted for his views on ecclesiology, amongst other subjects. Yet his love for the Lord and articulation of the doctrine of grace ensure that his writings remain relevant and inspiring to many Christians today.

For anyone looking to begin to understand this theological giant, Bradley Green’s biography offers a clear insight into Augustine’s life and beliefs. In the words of the patristic himself, ‘Take and Read’.

Author Bio

Bradley G. Green teaches theology at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. He is the author of several books. Brad and his wife Dianne have three children—Caleb, Daniel, and Victoria. Brad and Dianne also helped co–found Augustine School, a Christian liberal arts school in Jackson, Tennessee.

Editorial Reviews

This book is a valuable introduction to Augustine as a coherent and persuasive theologian. For those who want to know where he stood on the great themes of Christian truth, this is an excellent place to begin.

-- Gerald Bray

... a well-researched, thoughtful, and straightforward introductory guide to the main elements in Augustine’s mind and writings, from which any student of historical theology can profit. I will be urging my students to utilize it.

-- Nick Needham

Brad tells the reader not only of the great man himself, but how to read his well-known books and to cherish them. The difficult issues are not shirked, covering everything between classical theism and donatism. The ideal start-up companion.

-- Paul Helm

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