Genesi Ad Litteram, Books 1-6
A thorough and conscientious commentary on the first three chapters from the Book of Genesis, completed in 415. Augustine's purpose is to explain, to the best of his ability, what the author intended to say about what God did when he made heaven and earth. Contains Books 1-6.
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The Literal Meaning of Genesis, Volume 1; Volume 41
Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo)
No preview available - 1946
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