Lectures on Augustine

Marc Cortez over at Scientia et Sapientia recently posted a collection of lectures on Augustine. Here’s a few of the more interesting-sounding ones:

Head over to his blog to check the rest out on his post, A Smorgacopia of Augustine Lectures Online.

For those that are a bit rusty on their church fathers, Augustine was a major theologian who lived from 354 to 430 AD. His most famous written work is the Confessions, which spans 13 books and is regarded as the first Western autobiography ever written. The work follows the first few decades of his faith journey. He’s also known for helping develop the Just War theory and his contributions to the theological concept of Original Sin.

If you’re interested, you can find the Confessions and Augustine’s other major works over at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL):

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