Augustine's early thought on the redemptive function of divine judgement (Book, 2018) [WorldCat.org]
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Augustine's early thought on the redemptive function of divine judgement

Author: Bart van Egmond
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom Oxford University Press 2018
Dissertation: Dissertation Kampen Theological University 2015.
Dissertation Catholic University Leuven 2015.
Series: Oxford early Christian studies
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Thesis/dissertation : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This study examines the relationship between Augustine's account of God's judgment and his theology of grace in his early works.

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Genre/Form: Hochschulschrift
Named Person: Aurelius Augustinus, Heiliger
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bart van Egmond
ISBN: 9780198834922 0198834926
OCLC Number: 1082317426
Description: viii, 293 Seiten
Contents: 1: Introduction2: Cassiciacum: The Discipline of Fortune and Dialogue3: God's Pedagogy of the Embodied Soul: Augustine before his Ordination (387-391)4: Reappropriating Paul and Exercising Discipline: Augustine During his Presbyterate (391-397)5: Confessions: God's Lawsuit with Augustine between the Deferral and the Reception of Baptism6: ConclusionsBibliography
Series Title: Oxford early Christian studies
Responsibility: Bart van Egmond.

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Three praiseworthy aspects of this study include the way in which van Egmond shows the importance of divine justice for understanding Augustine's soteriology in this early period; his analysis of the Read more...

 
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