Saint Augustine

NOUN
  1. a resort city in northeastern Florida; the oldest city in the United States
  2. (Roman Catholic Church) one of the great Fathers of the early Christian church; after a dramatic conversion to Christianity he became bishop of Hippo Regius in North Africa; St. Augustine emphasized man's need for grace (354-430)
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  • Saint Augustine's 'City of God' is an allegory of the triumph of Good over Evil.
  • Saint Augustine's 'City of God' is an allegory of the triumph of Good over Evil.
  • However, Saint Augustine realised that the essentially non-worldly nature of Godhead was not conveyed by these means.
  • Saint Augustine, as you know before he became a Christian, had quite a kind of licentious life, sexually, and lived with women and ... that kind of thing.
  • But like Saint Augustine, I eventually came to realize the double-minded futility of pretending to exalt Reason while spending my days in slavish service to Kundalini and the lizard brain.
  • In the spandrel above Saint George sits Saint Augustine, who appears as a hermit dressed in the habit of the Eremitani (also known as the Austin friars), wearing a scapular, his bishop's miter resting at his feet.
  • Many warm-climate grasses (Saint Augustine and hybrid Bermuda) are typically started from sod (or from pieces of vegetation called sprigs or stolons)—not from seeds. How To Buy & Sell just about Everything
  • Both Philo and Plutarch (De defectu oraculorum) anticipate the Christian Apologist Justin Martyr in explaining pagan myth, ritual, and oracles as the ac - tions of daimones, but Justin's interpretation of them as deceits of the fallen angels and their offspring demons (Dialogue with Trypho, A.D. 155) is the back - ground for Saint Augustine's treatment of the pagan gods in The City of God, Books 1-X. DEMONOLOGY
  • Mont-Cornillon was the site of a leprosarium and monastery under the Rule of Saint Augustine, just outside the city walls of Liege.
  • For Saint Augustine, the monk who sought knowledge in the Greek or Latin authors was no better than the Israelite who plundered Egyptian treasures in order to build the tabernacle of God.
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