Conversions and Confessions
by Robin Lane Fox;
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Augustine's heretical years as a Manichaean, his relation to non-Christian philosophy, his mystical aspirations and the nature of his conversion are among the aspects of his life which stand out in a sharper light. For the first time Lane Fox compares him with two contemporaries, an older pagan and a younger Christian, each of whom also wrote about themselves, and who illumine Augustine's life and writings by their different choices. More than a decade passed between Augustine's conversion and his beginning the Confessions. Lane Fox argues that the Confessions and their thinking were the results of a long gestation over these years, not a sudden change of perspective, but that they were then written as a single swift composition and that its final books are a coherent consummation of its scriptural meditation and personal biography. Lane Fox's exceptional study reminds us why we are so excited and so moved by Augustine's story.
Augustine by Robin Lane Fox was published by Penguin Books Ltd in November 2015. The ISBN for Augustine is 9781846144004.
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|Page last updated||14th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Robin Lane Fox|
|Publisher||Penguin Books Ltd (November 2015)|
|Number of Pages||672|