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The city of God by Augustine( Book )
799 editions published between 1314 and 2016 in 11 languages and held by 8,500 libraries worldwide
Saint Augustine is often regardarded as the most influential Christian thinker after Saint Paul, and City of God is his materpiece, a cast synthesis of religious and secular knowledge. It began as a reply to the charge that Christian otherworldiness was causing the decline of the Roman Empire. Augustine produced a wealth of evidence to prove that paganism bore within itself the seeds of its own destruction. Then he proceeded to his larger theme, a cosmic interpretation of in terms of the struggle between good and evilL the City of God in conflict with the Earthly City or the City of the Devil. This, the first serious attempt at a philosophy of history, was to have incalculable influence in forming the Western mind on the relations of church and state, and on the Christianʹs place in the temporal order. -- Description from http://www.amazon.co.uk/ (Dec. 10, 2012)
The confessions of Saint Augustine by Augustine( Book )
340 editions published between 1620 and 2016 in 3 languages and held by 3,436 libraries worldwide
Augustine was one of the most remarkable figures of the early Christian church. Born in North Afirca in AD 354, the son of a pagan farmer, he rose to become Bishop of Hippo and a hugely influential Christian writer. The extracts have been chosen to express Augustine's wisdom and his mystical yearning for God; at the same time they tell the story of his dissolute youth, his ascent to the imperial court in Milan and his conversion to Christianity at the age of thirty-two
The city of God against the pagans by Augustine( Book )
181 editions published between 1956 and 2015 in 4 languages and held by 2,316 libraries worldwide
AUGUSTINUS (A.D. 354-430), son of a pagan Patricius of Tagaste in North Africa and his Christian wife Monica, while studying in Africa to become a rhetorician, plunged into a turmoil of philosophical and psychological doubts in search of truth, joining for a time the Manichaean society. He became a teacher of grammar at Tagaste, and lived much under the influence of his mother and his friend Alypius. About 383 he went to Rome and soon after to Milan as a teacher of rhetoric, being now attracted by the philosophy of the Sceptics and of the Neo-Platonists. His studies of Pauls letters with Alypius and the preaching of Bishop Ambrose led in 386 to his rejection of all sensual habits and to his famous conversion from mixed beliefs to Christianity. After a year in Rome again and his mothers death he returned to Tagaste and there founded a religious community. In 395 or 396 he became Bishop of Hippo, and was henceforth engrossed in duties, writing and controversy. He died at Hippo during the successful siege by the Vandals. From his large output the Loeb Classical Library offers that great autobiography the Confessions which reveal Gods action in man; On the City of God which unfolds Gods action in the progress of the worlds history, and propounds the superiority of Christian beliefs over Pagan in adversity; and some of the Letters which are important for the study of ecclesiastical history and Augustines relations with other theologians
Political writings by Augustine( Book )
42 editions published between 1962 and 2007 in English and held by 1,534 libraries worldwide
This collection brings together thirty-five letters and sermons of Augustine, Bishop of Hippo from 396-430 AD, that deal with political matters. The letters and sermons are both practical and principled and treat many essential themes in Augustine's thought, including the responsibilities of citizenship, the relationship between the church and secular authority, religious coercion, and war and peace. These texts complement Augustine's classic The City of God, and give students direct insight into the political and social world of late antiquity with which Augustine was immediately involved
The Trinity by Augustine( Book )
119 editions published between 1471 and 2016 in 6 languages and held by 1,294 libraries worldwide
Augustine knows by faith that God is a trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and he is seeking as far as possible to understand what he believes. In the first seven books Augustine begins by searching the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments for clues to understanding and then argues in the language of philosophy and logic to defend the orthodox statement of the doctrine against the Arians. In the last eight books Augustine seeks to understand the mystery of the divine Trinity by observing an analogous trinity in the image of God, which is the human mind; and in so doing, he also suggests a program for the serious Christian of spiritual self-discovery and renewal. This second edition is newly produced, now featuring convenient footnotes rather than the previously used endnotes
On Christian doctrine by Augustine( Book )
37 editions published between 1958 and 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,190 libraries worldwide
"This translation of St. Augustine's De doctrina Christiania is based on the Benedictine text. Quotations from the Bible appear in the Douay-Rheims version, but the footnotes contain reference in brackets to indicate the location of corresponding verses in the King James Bible where the Bible contains the same material arranged according to a different system. Essentially, On Christian Doctrine is an introduction to the interpretation and explanation of the Bible."--Translator's preface and introduction
Augustine De doctrina Christiana by Augustine( Book )
77 editions published between 1480 and 2013 in 7 languages and held by 1,156 libraries worldwide
What is most interesting, however, is its careful attempt to indicate precisely what elements of a classical education are valuable for a Christian, and how the precepts of Ciceronian rhetoric may be used to communicate Christian truth. This long needed, completely new and up-to-date translation will be invaluable for all scholars of Augustine and the early church, as well as those studying the classical tradition, the history of literary criticism, or the development of biblical interpretation. It gives a close but stylish representation of Augustine's thought and expression
The Catholic and Manichaean ways of life = (De moribus ecclesiae Catholicae et de moribus Manichaeorum) by Augustine( Book )
26 editions published between 1966 and 2010 in 4 languages and held by 793 libraries worldwide
Tractates on the Gospel of John by Augustine( Book )
33 editions published between 1929 and 1995 in English and Undetermined and held by 721 libraries worldwide
In this volume, which concludes John W. Rettig's translation of St. Augustine's Tractates on the Gospel of John, Augustine applies his keen insight and powers of rhetoric to the sacred text, drawing the audience into an intimate contemplation of Jesus through the course of his Passion, Death, and Resurrection. Augustine clarifies the meanings of words and phrases (often appealing to the Greek text), resolves obscurities, and reconciles apparent contradictions. He explains the Scriptures on several levels of meaning and draws from them practical implications for the Christian life. Always evident in his teaching and exhortation is his strong desire to lead souls to a knowledge and love of God. Because the scriptural readings for Holy Week and the Octave of Easter were fixed to some extent, during the Easter Octave in A.D. 407 Augustine had to interrupt his exposition of John's Gospel after delivering the twelfth tractate. In order to maintain some continuity, he decided to preach upon the First Epistle of John. Its central theme, which Augustine saw to be caritas (Christian love), was especially appropriate at this time, for the Donatist schism had torn many away from the Church at Hippo. In the ten tractates on the First Epistle of John, Augustine develops an outline of his theology on love and explains its implications for the Mystical Body of Christ. He teaches that those who hate the members of Christ cannot truly love Christ - even if they profess otherwise, even if they were to lay down their lives for Him. In these tractates Augustine once again reveals himself as the humble and zealous pastor of souls. His words seem to radiate the very love about which he speaks, so that few ofhis listeners could accuse him of preaching what he himself did not practice
The teacher. The free choice of the will. Grace and free will by Augustine( Book )
11 editions published between 1968 and 2004 in English and held by 700 libraries worldwide
Eighty-three different questions by Augustine( Book )
11 editions published between 1981 and 2002 in English and held by 682 libraries worldwide
On Genesis : Two books on Genesis against the Manichees ; and, On the literal interpretation of Genesis, an unfinished book by Augustine( Book )
18 editions published between 1990 and 2001 in English and Undetermined and held by 634 libraries worldwide
Treatises on marriage and other subjects by Augustine( Book )
33 editions published between 1955 and 1999 in English and held by 629 libraries worldwide
Four anti-Pelagian writings by Augustine( Book )
13 editions published between 1992 and 2001 in English and held by 627 libraries worldwide
"This volume brings together writings from early and late stages of Augustine's involvement in the Pelagian controversy. On Nature and Grace and on the Proceedings of Pelagius both date from A.D. 415-16 and constitute two of Augustine's most extensive treatments of the actual words of Pelagius. On the Predestination of the Saints and On the Gift of Perseverance were written in A.D. 428, near the end of Augustine's life. Augustine's opponents in his writings, he admits, are not really Pelagians at all. They were monks of Provence, led by John Cassian, who were disturbed by the more extreme consequences of the theology of grace and predestination that Augustine had worked out in his controversy with the Pelagians. Since the sixteenth century, they have been labeled "semi-Pelagians."" "Taken together, these writings provide an occasion to examine the continuity and development of Augustine's theology of grace. They also afford much insight into the fifth-century status of many theological questions that are alive today, such as the extent of the damage done to human nature by sin, the theology of original sin, the effects of baptism, and the true meaning and scope of God's salvific will." "These treatises include some of Augustine's most significant statements on grace. Intended for scholars and students of theology and philosophy, this edition includes three treatises translated for the first time since the nineteenth century, two of which are the first from modern critical texts. William Collinge's trenchant introductions offer detailed accounts of the historical and critical work done over the hundred years since the last publication."--Jacket
Commentary on the Lord's Sermon on the Mount : with seventeen related sermons by Augustine( Book )
22 editions published between 1951 and 2001 in English and held by 617 libraries worldwide
The Enchiridion on faith, hope, and love by Augustine( Book )
25 editions published between 1961 and 2000 in English and held by 569 libraries worldwide
This work was written by St. Augustine late in his life with the intention of supplying a well-educated Roman layman with a brief but comprehensive exposition of the essential teachings of Christianity. It contains many of his most profound and mature definitions of his thoughts on sin, grace and predestination, and is regarded as an indispensable guide to Augustinian Christianity
Against Julian by Augustine( Book )
29 editions published between 1957 and 2013 in English and Chinese and held by 527 libraries worldwide
St. Augustine wrote this work in the closing years of a life busied with three great controversies - Manichaeism, Donatism, Pelagianism, the last ending with the Contra Julianum and the Opus imperfectum contra Julianum
St. Augustine's Confessions by Augustine( Book )
77 editions published between 1631 and 2000 in 3 languages and held by 454 libraries worldwide
AUGUSTINUS (A.D. 354-430), son of a pagan Patricius of Tagaste in North Africa and his Christian wife Monica, while studying in Africa to become a rhetorician, plunged into a turmoil of philosophical and psychological doubts in search of truth, joining for a time the Manichaean society. He became a teacher of grammar at Tagaste, and lived much under the influence of his mother and his friend Alypius. About 383 he went to Rome and soon after to Milan as a teacher of rhetoric, being now attracted by the philosophy of the Sceptics and of the Neo-Platonists. His studies of Pauls letters with Alypius and the preaching of Bishop Ambrose led in 386 to his rejection of all sensual habits and to his famous conversion from mixed beliefs to Christianity. After a year in Rome again and his mothers death he returned to Tagaste and there founded a religious community. In 395 or 396 he became Bishop of Hippo, and was henceforth engrossed in duties, writing and controversy. He died at Hippo during the successful siege by the Vandals. From his large output the Loeb Classical Library offers that great autobiography the Confessions which reveal Gods action in man; On the City of God which unfolds Gods action in the progress of the worlds history, and propounds the superiority of Christian beliefs over Pagan in adversity; and some of the Letters which are important for the study of ecclesiastical history and Augustines relations with other theologians
St. Augustine on marriage and sexuality by Augustine( Book )
9 editions published in 1996 in English and Undetermined and held by 402 libraries worldwide
On the Trinity by Augustine( Book )
14 editions published between 1873 and 2012 in English and held by 380 libraries worldwide
As a major statement of Augustine's thought, in which he develops his philosophy of mind, On the Trinity had a considerable influence on medieval philosophy, and continues to interest philosophers today. This edition presents it together with a philosophical and historical introduction by Gareth Matthews, and useful notes on further reading
 
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Ôgostinos 354-430
A. 아우구스티누스 354-430
Agostico de Hipona
Agostinho 354-430 Santo
Agostinho de Hipona
Agostinho Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Agostinho Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Agostinho Santo
Agostinho, Santo, 354-430
Agostino.
Agostino 354-430
Agostino 354-430 d'Ippona
Agostino 354-430 S.
Agostino, Aurelio
Agostino, Aurelio 354-430
Agostino Aurelio 354-430 vescovo di Ippona, Padre e Dottore della Chiesa, santo
Agostino, Aurelio Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Agostino, Aurelio Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Agostino , Aurelio <santo>
Agostino Aurelio, vescovo di Ippona, Padre e Dottore della Chiesa, santo, 354-430
Agostino d’Ippona Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Agostiño de Hipona foi un teólogo, filósofo e Doutor da Igrexa
Agostino di Tagaste 354-430 s., vesc. d'Ippona
Agostino di Tagaste, s., vesc. d'Ippona, 354-430
Agostino di Tagaste Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Agostino di Tagaste Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Agostino, d'Ippona
Agostino d'Ippona 354-430
Agostino d'Ippona filosofo, vescovo, teologo e santo berbero con cittadinanza romana
Agostino d'Ippona Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Agostino : d'Ippona <santo>
Agostino, S., 354-430
Agostino Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Agostino Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Agostino, San
Agostino San 354-430
Agostino, sant'
Agostino, Sant' 354-430
Agostino santo
Agostino Santo 354-430
Agostino wa Hippo
Ágoston Szent 354-430
Agustí d'Hipona
Agustí, saint
Agustí Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Agustí Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Agustí, sant, bisbe d'Hipona
Agustí, sant, bisbe d'Hipona, 354-450
Agustí Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Agustín Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Agustín
Agustin 354-430
Agustín 354-430 St
Agustin Aurelio Santo, Obispo de Hipona, 354-430
Agustín de Hipona
Agustin de Hipona 354-430
Agustín de Hipona Santo
Agustín de Tagaste Santo, Obispo de Hipona
Agustín d'Hipona
Agustin d'Ipon-a
Agustin d'Ipòna
Agustin han Hipona
Agustin Hiponakoa
Agustin ng Hipona
Agustín Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Agustín Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Agustín, san
Agustin San 354-430
Agustín, St., 354-430
Agustin ti Hipona Kristiano a teologo, obispo , pilosopo ken santo
Ágústínus
Agustinus dari Hippo
Agustinus Santo, Obispo de Hipona
Aogustin Hippo
Augostino San 354-430
Augoustinos Ipponos
Augoustinos Ipponos, 354-430
Augoustinos Saint, Bishop of Hippo
August.
Aŭgusteno de Hipono
Augustienus
Augustijn 354-430 S.
Augustijn, S., 354-430
Augustijn Sinte 354-430
Augustin.
Augustin 354-430
Augustin 354-430 biskup
Augustin 354-430 d'Hippone
Augustin", .. 354-430 Saint
Augustin 354-430 saint, évêque d'Hippone
Augustin 354-430 Saint, Evêque d'Hipponne
Augustín 354-430 San
Augustin 354-430 St
Augustin, Aurelije
Augustin, Aurelius Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustin av Hippo
Augustin, biskup, 354-430
Augustin de Hipona episcop, filozof, teolog, doctor al Bisericii
Augustin D'hippo
Augustin, d'Hippone
Augustin d'Hippone 0354-0430
Augustin d'Hippone 354-430
Augustin d'Hippone philosophe parmis les premiers Chrétien
Augustin Heiliger 354-430
Augustin Kirchenvater 354-430
Augustin of Hippo 354-430 Saint
Augustin of Hippo, Saint, 354-430
Augustin, saint
Augustin Saint 354-430
Augustin Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustin Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Augustin, saint, évêque d'Hippone, 354-430
Augustin, Saint, Evêque d'Hipponne, 354-430
Augustín, San, 354-430
Augustin, sant, bisbe d'Hipona, 354-430
Augustin Santo, Obispo de Hipona
Augustin, Sfîntul 354-430
Augustin, St., 354-430
Augustin sveti
Augustín z Hippa
Augustín z Hippa biskup hippský, svätec a Učiteľ Cirkvi
Augustin z Hippo 354-430
Augustine.
Augustine 0354-0430 saint
Augustine 354-430
Augustine 354-430 of Hippo
Augustine 354-430 Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustine 354-430 St
Augustine ará Híppò
Augustine, Aurelius 354-430
Augustine, Aurelius Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustine na Hippo
Augustine ning Hippo
Augustine of Hippo
Augustine of Hippo 354-430
Augustine of Hippo early Christian theologian and philosopher
Augustine saint
Augustine saint 0354-0430
Augustine Saint 354-430
Augustine Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustine saint bishop of Hippo 354-430
Augustine, sant, bisbe d'Hipona, 354-430
Augustine Santo, Obispo de Hipona
Augustine, St.
Augustine St. 354-430
Augustini, Aureli
Augustini, Aurelii 354-430 Svētais, Hiponas bīskaps
Augustini, Aurelii Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustini, Aurelii Saint, Bishop of Hippo 354-430
Augustini, Aurelii, Svētais, Hiponas bīskaps, 354-430
Augustini, Aurelli Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustini, Aurelli Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Augustino de Hippona
Augustinô thành Hippo
Augustinos Hieros 354-430
Augustinus.
Augustinus 0354-0430 saint
Augustinus 354-430
Augustinus 354-430 d'Ippona
Augustinus 354-430 kyrkofader
Augustinus 354-430 s., vesc. d'Ippona
Augustinus 354-430 Sint
Augustinus 354-430 van Hippo
Augustinus 354-430 von Hippo
Augustinus, Aurelius
Augustinus Aurelius 354-430
Augustinus, Aurelius 354-430 episcopus Hipponensis sanctus
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Augustinus, Aurelius 354-430 s., vesc. d'Ippona
Augustinus, Aurelius 354-430 Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustinus, Aurelius 354-430 Saint , Bp. of Hippo
Augustinus, Aurelius, episcopus Hipponensis sanctus, 354-430
Augustinus, Aurelius, évêque d'Hippone
Augustinus, Aurelius (s. ; 354-430). [m]
Augustinus, Aurelius, s., vesc. d'Ippona, 354-430
Augustinus Aurelius, saint, 354-430
Augustinus, Aurelius Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustinus, Aurelius Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Augustinus, Aurelius Saint, Bp. of Hippo
Augustinus, Aurelius Saint, Bp. of Hippo, 354-430
Augustinus Aurelius santo
Augustinus Aurelius епископ Гиппонийский 354-430
Augustinus av Hippo 354-430
Augustinus Christian Writer 354-430
Augustinus da Hippo
Augustinus, d'Ippona, 354-430
Augustinus Episcopus 354-430
Augustinus heilige
Augustinus Heiliger 354-430
Augustinus Hippon, Bischof 354-430
Augustinus Hippon, Bischoff 354-430
Augustinus Hipponensis
Augustinus Hipponensis 0354-0430
Augustinus Hipponensis 354-430
Augustinus : Hipponensis <santo>
Augustinus Hyppon, Bischof 354-430
Augustinus Kirchenschriftsteller 354-430
Augustinus, kyrkofader, 354-430
Augustinus, Pseudo
Augustinus, Saint
Augustinus saint 0354-0430
Augustinus Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustinus Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Augustinus sanctus
Augustinus Sanctus 354-430
Augustinus Sankt 354-430
Augustinus Sanktus 354-430 епископ Гиппонийский
Augustinus, sant, bisbe d'Hipona, 354-430
Augustinus santo
Augustinus, Sint, 354-430
Augustinus van Hippo
Augustinus, van Hippo, 354-430
Augustinus van Hippo filosoof uit Romeinse Keizerrijk (354-430)
Augustinus vo Hippo
Augustinus, von Hippo
Augustinus von Hippo 354-430
Augustinus von Hippo lateinischen Kirchenlehrer der Spätantike
Augustinus : von Hippo <santo>
Augustinus von Thagaste 354-430
Augustyn 354-430 S.
Augustyn, S., 354-430
Augustyn Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Augustyn Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Augustyn z Hippony.
Augustyn z Hippony 354-430
Augustyn z Hippony filozof, teolog, biskup
Aureli, Agustí, sant, bisbe d'Hipona, 354-430
Aurelii Augustini Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Aurelii Augustini Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Aurelije Augustin
Aurelio Agostino.
Aurelio Agostino Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Aurelio Agostino Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Aurelio Agostino santo
Aurelio Augustín Santo
Aurelius Augustin
Aurelius Augustine
Aurelius Augustinus.
Aurelius Augustinus 0354-0430
Aurelius Augustinus 354-430
Aurelius Augustinus 354-430 svatý
Aurelius Augustinus Hipponensis
Aurelius Augustinus Hipponensis 0354-0430
Aurelius Augustinus Hipponensis 354-430
Aurelius Augustinus hipponensis episcopus
Aurelius Augustinus, saint, 354-430
Aurelius Augustinus Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Aurelius Augustinus Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Aurelius Augustinus Santo
Aurelius Augustinus, svatý, 354-430
Aurelius Augustinus епископ Гиппонийский 354-430
Aureliusz Augustyn.
Aurelli Augustini, 354-430
Aurelli Augustini Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Austinu de Ippona
Avgustin 354-430
Avguštin, Avrelij
Avgustin, Avrelij 354-430
Avgustin Avreliy
Avgustin, Blazhennyĭ Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Avgustin, Blazhennyi Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430
Avgustin, Blazhennyĭ Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Avgustin Ipponijskij.
Avgustyn 354-430
Avreli Avqustin
Avrelivs Avgvstinvs Hipponensis Episcopus.
Awstin o Hippo
B. Augustinus.
Blažennyj Avgustin.
Episkopos Ippōnos Augoustinos
Episkopos Ippōnos Augoustinos
Episkopos Ipponos Augoustinos, 354-430
Heiliger Augustinus 354-430
Hippói Szent Ágoston
Hippone, Augustin d' 354-430
Naomh Agaistín
Ôgostinos 354-430
Ōgostinos Saint, Hibboni Episkopos
Ogostinos Saint, Hibboni Episkopos, 354-430
ʾOgusṭinus 354-430
ʾOgusṭinus ha-qodeš 354-430
Pseudo-Agostino 354-430
Pseudo-Augustinus
Pseudo-Augustinus 354-430
Pseudo-Augustinus, Aurelius 354-430
Pseudo-Aurelius-Augustinus 354-430
S. Augustyn.
S. Aur. Augustinus.
Saint Augustin.
Saint Augustin 354-430
Saint Augustine.
Saint Augustine 354-430
San Agustín
San Agustín de Hipona ideólogo cristiano de los siglos IV y V
San Augustín 354-430
Sancti Aurelii Augustini 354-430
Sant Agostín d'Hipona
Sant'Agostin
Sant'Agostino.
Sant'Agostino 354-430
Sant'Aostin
Sant'Austinu
Santu Wistin
Sei Augusuchinusu
Sei Augusutinusu
Shën Agostini
Sint Ogustin
St. Augoustinos
St. Augustin.
St. Augustine
St. Augustine 354-430
St. Augustine of Hippo
Šv. Augostėns
Šv. Augustinas
svatý Augustin světec
Svētais Augustīns
Sveti Augustin
Sveti Avguštin
Święty Augustyn.
Szent Ágoston 354-430
Ughasṭīnūs Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Ughastinus Saint, Bishop of Hippo 354-430
Ughasṭīnūs Saint, Bishop of Hippo
Αυγουστίνος Ιππώνος
Августин.
Августин 354-430 блаженный
Августин, Аврелий 354-430
Августин Аврелий епископ Гиппонийский 354-430
Августин Аврелий епископ Гиппонский 354-430
Августин Аврелий епископ Иппонийский 354-430
Августин Аврелій
Августин Блажени
Августин, блаженный, 354-430
Августин Блаженный Аврелий 354-430
Августин епископ Гиппонийский 354-430
Августин Хипонски
Аврелий Августин
Аврелий Августин епископ Гиппонский, философ, влиятельнейший проповедник, христианский богослов и политик
Авґустін з Гіппо
Амгалан Августин
Аўгустын
Аўгусцін Аўрэлій
Блаженный Августин 354-430
Блаженный Августин 354-430 Епископ Иппонский
Блаженный Августин, Епископ Иппонский 354-430
Свети Августин
Օգոստինոս Երանելի
אוגוסטינוס
אוגוסטינוס 354-430
אוגוסטינוס הקדוש
אויגוסטינוס
أغسطينوس، 354-430 القديس، أسقف هيبو،
أغسطينوس، القديس
أغسطينوس، القديس، أسقف هيبو، 354-430
أغوسطينوس، 354-430 القديس،
أغوسطينوس، القديس، 354-430
القديس اوغسطين
أوغسطين، 354-430 القديس،
أوغسطين، القديس، 354-430
أوغسطينوس
آگسٹائین
آگوستین
سینٹ آگسٹائن
قەشە ئۆگەستین
सेंट ऑगस्टीन
हिप्पो का ऍगस्टीन
हिप्पोचा ऑगस्टीन
আউরেলিয়ুস আউগুস্তিনুস
ਸੰਤ ਅਗਸਤੀਨ
ஹிப்போவின் அகஸ்டீன்
ഔറേലിയുസ് അഗസ്തീനോസ്
ออกัสตินแห่งฮิปโป
སན་ཏོ་ཨོའོ་ཀོའོ་སེ་ཐིང་།
စိန့်ဩဂတ်စတင်း
ნეტარი ავგუსტინე
성 어거스틴 354-430
아구스띤, A 354-430
아우구스티누스
아우구스티누스 354-430
아우구스티누스, A. 354-430
아우구스티누스, 아우렐리우스 354-430
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