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Augustine, Saint Bishop of Hippo.; Edmund Hill; John E Rotelle; Augustinian Heritage Institute.
|Description:||399 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Discourse against the Manichees on the text "In the beginning God made heaven and earth, and in the beginning was the word" --
Abraham, tested by God --
Esau and Jacob --
Two fragments from a sermon on "the three rods" --
Jacob's wrestling with the angel --
On the Lord's appearing to Moses in the burning bush --
The bush was aflame and the bush was not burned up : sermon preached during the fast after Pentecost --
On the plagues of Egypt and the Ten Commandments of the law, preached in Carthage at the Shrine of Saint Cyprian --
Discourse of Saint Augustine on the ten strings of the harp : sermon preached at Chusa --
Discourse of Aurelius Augustine, bishop, on the judgment of Solomon between two women who were harlots --
Discourse of Saint Augustine on Saint Elijah and the patience of Job --
Discourse against the Manichees on what is written in Job : "And behold the angels came into the presence of God and the devil in the midst of them," and in the gospel: "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God" --
Sermon preached at the Shrine of Saint Cyprian, on the 27th of May, on the verse from the psalm : "Be instructed, all you who judge the earth" --
Sermon preached one Sunday at Carthage in the New Market Basilica on the verse of the psalms : "To you has the poor man abandoned himself, you will be guardian for the orphan" --
Sermon delivered in district three, in the Basilica of Peter, at Carthage, on the verse of the psalm : "Lord, I have loved the beauty of your house" --
Sermon preached at Hippo Diarrhytus in the Margaret Basilica on Thursday, September 22, on the response from psalm 33 : "Exult, you just, in the Lord; praise is proper for the upright" --
Discourse of Saint Augustine the bishop on where it is written : "Who is the person who desires life and longs to see good days" --
Sermon delivered in the Basilica of the ancestors on June 18, on the response from psalm 39 : "Hearken to my prayer and my entreaty, Lord," and on the woman taken in adultery --
Sermon on the response for psalm 41 --
Sermon on psalm 50 --
Sermon on the verse of the psalm : "God will come openly" --
A sermon of Saint Augustine preached in the restored Basilica on a day of the games.
|Responsibility:||introduction, Michele Pellegrino ; translation and notes Edmund Hill ; editor John E. Rotelle.|
The English reads smoothly and clearly. The sermons have helpful subdivisions in the contents as well as the text. Highly recommended. -- "Library Journal" ""Library Journal""