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Augustine's Life of Prayer, Learning and Love: Lessons for Christian Living

Augustine's Life of Prayer, Learning and Love: Lessons for Christian Living
What can we learn from Augustine? Featured in The Church Times 13/09/19
Our Price: £8.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780857467133
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Publisher: Bible Reading Fellowship
Author: Cally Hammond
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What can we learn from Augustine? There are many books that tell the life story of Augustine and how he has been fundamental in shaping Western Christian theology and practice. This is not one of them. This book is about how he became a Christian - the problems he faced; the doubts he struggled with. It is about how he made sense of his belief in God, and shared it with other people. It is about how he learned to read the Bible, and to pray. And it is about the word which is at the heart of his Christian life - love. It concludes with moments of prayer from Augustine's life, in which he glimpses visions of God, encouraging the reader to take their own next steps in discipleship. 'I am so grateful for this delightful and accessible introduction to Augustine, one of the most fascinating figures of Christian history. Here is the wonder and challenge of the Christian faith through Augustine's most personal of writings, skilfully interpreted to show how our most human struggles and longings can bring us to the love of God.' Revd Angela Tilby, Canon Emeritus of Christ Church, Oxford
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