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- The present volume contains ninety-four letters, the last sixty-three of the previously known letters and the thirty-one more recently discovered and edited by Johannes Divjak in the final quarter of the last century. There are eighty-one letters of which Augustine is the author. Each letter is preceded by its own introduction in which the translator offers valuable information about the persons, content, and background pertinent to the letter.
- Commentaries on Psalms 121 to 150 by Saint Augustine. A translation for the 21st Century. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Augustine tried to harmonize the Old Testament’s declarations about the final destiny of human beings with the eschatological faith of the Church, and so to make them available for use in Christian prayer.
- The sixty-two letters contained in this volume were written between 414 and 422 or 423, though a number of them are virtually impossible to date with any certainty. During these years Augustine became deeply involved in the controversy on grace with Pelagius and his ally, Caelestius, both of whom had passed through North Africa shortly after the fall of Rome.
- Commentaries on Psalms 99 to 120 by Saint Augustine. A translation for the 21st Century. The prophetic character of the psalms - Augustine’s fundamental conviction is that the psalms represent a prophecy of the new covenant, and only acquire their true and full meaning at this level of understanding: “Let this be written for another generation" Ps. 101. VIEW IN HARDBACK EDITION
- Commentaries on Psalms 73 to 98 by Saint Augustine. A translation for the 21st Century. Augustine was convinced that in the meeting between scriptural declarations and the faith-experience of his own time, and only there, does exposition attain its true goal. VIEW IN HARDBACK EDITION