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Auteur : Augustine, Saint Bishop of Hippo.
Éditeur : Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press, ©1982.
Collection : Fathers of the church, v. 70.
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Genre/forme : Miscellanea
Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo.
Eighty-three different questions.
Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press, ©1982
Format : Book
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Augustine, Saint Bishop of Hippo.
ISBN : 0813200709 9780813200705
Numéro OCLC : 7307407
Note sur la langue : Translation of: De diversis quaestionibus LXXXIII.
Notes : Translation of: De diversis quaestionibus LXXXIII.
Includes indexes.
Description : xxii, 271 pages ; 22 cm.
Contenu : 83 questions --
Is the soul self-existent? --
On free choice --
Is God responsible for human perversity? --
Can an animal without reason be happy? --
On evil --
What does 'soul' properly refer to in a living being? --
Is the soul self-moving? --
Can truth be perceived by the bodily senses --
Does body come from God? --
Why was Christ born of a woman? --
The opinion of a certain wise man --
What proof is there that men are superior to animals? --
That the body of Christ was not a phantom --
On the intellect --
On the son of God --
On God's knowledge --
On the Trinity --
On God and the Created --
On the space of God --
Is not God the author of evil? --
That God is not subject to need --
On the father and the son --
Do sin and right conduct result from a free choice of the will? --
On the cross of Christ --
On the diversity of sins --
On providence --
Why did God want to make the world? --
Is there an 'above' and a 'below' in the universe? --
Has everything been created for man's use? --
Cicero's opinion on the division and definition of the virtues of the soul --
Can someone understand something better than someone else, and therefore can there be an endless advance in the understanding of the thing? --
On fear --
Must nothing else be loved but freedom from fear? --
What ought to be loved? --
On nourishing charity --
On the forever born --
On the structure of the soul --
On the sources of nourishment --
Since the nature of souls is the same, why are the choices of men different? --
Since God has made everything, why did he not make everything equal? --
How was Christ both in his mother's womb and in heaven? --
Why did the Lord Jesus Christ come so long after man sinned and not in the beginning? --
Against the mathematicians --
On the ideas --
Will we ever be able to see our own thoughts? --
On what can be believed --
Why is it that the sons of Israelused to make visible sacrifices of animal victims? --
On the equality of the son --
On man being made in the image and likeness of God --
On the scripture: "I am sorry that I have made man" --
On the gold and silver taken by the Israelites from the Egyptians --
On the scripture: "as for myself, it is good for me to cling to God" --
On the scripture: "there are sixty queens, eighty concubines, and young women without number" --
On the forty-six years for the building of the temple --
On the one hundred and fifty-three fish --
On John the Baptist --
On the ten virgins --
"Concerning that day and hour no one knows, neither the angels in heaven nor the son of man- no one except the father --
On the gospel story that the Lord fed the multitude on the mountain with five loaves of bread --
On the gospel passage: "that Jesus was baptizing more than John, although he himself baptized no one. Rather, his disciples [were baptizing]" --
On the word --
On the Samaritan woman --
On the resurrection of Lazarus --
On the text: "or do you not know, brothers (for I speak to those who know the law), that the Law is the master of a man as long as he lives?" to the text: "he will bring even your mortal bodies to life through his Spirit in living in you" --
On the text: "For I do not consider the sufferings of this world to be worth much in comparison with the future glory which will be revealed in us," to the text: "For we have been saved by hope" --
On the scripture: "O man, who are you to answer back to God?" --
On the scripture: "Then even the son himself will be subject to him who has subordinated all things to him" --
On the Apostle's claim: "Death has been swallowed up with victory. Where, o death, is your sting? Now the sting of death is sin; but the power of sin, the law" --
On the scripture: "Bear one another's burdens, and in this way will you fulfill the law of Christ" --
On the eternal times --
On the scripture: "And having been found in the [bodily] habit (habitus) of a man" --
On the text in Paul's letter to the Colossians: "In whom we have redemption and remission of sins, who is the image of the invisible God" --
On the inheritance of God --
On the claim of the Apostle James: "Would you like to know, you emptyheaded man, that faith without works is useless?" --
Is fear a sin? --
On the beauty of pagan idols --
Why did Pharaoh's magicians perform certain miracles in the manner of Moses the servant of God? --
Against the Apollinarians --
On Quadragesima and Quinquagesima --
On the scripture: "For whom the Lord loves, he rebukes, and he scourges every son whom he receives" --
On marriage, in the light of the Lord's claim: "If anyone should divorce his wife, except for reason of fornication" --
Eighty-three --
83 --
questions --
Augustine --
Augustine questions --
St. Augustine --
St. Augustine questions --
Augustine apologetics --
Apologetics --
St. Augustine apologetics --
Questions and answers --
The fathers of the Church
Titre de collection : Fathers of the church, v. 70.
Autres titres : De diversis quaestionibus octoginta tribus.
Responsabilité : Saint Augustine ; translated by David L. Mosher.


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