St Augustine of Hippo: life and controversies

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Canterbury Press, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 430 pages
This outline of the career of St. Augustine (354-430) discusses three major fields of his writings: against the Manichees, the Donatists and the British theologian Pelagius, who maintained a theology of divine Grace which saw infant baptism as desirable but not essential for salvation. Augustine's attacks on Pelagianism initiated a debate which remains controversial to this day.

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Preface
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II
104
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