By Joanne McWilliam, Timothy Barnes, Michael A. Fahey, Peter Slater

Joanne Me William was once professor emerita of non secular stories on the college of Toronto. She was once a pioneer lady within the educational examine of theology, focusing on Patristic stories and across the world well-known for her paintings on Augustine. T.D. Barnes is professor emeriti of Classics on the college of Toronto. Rev. Dr. Michael A. Fahey, S.J. is the Dean Emeritus of the college of Theology on the college of St. Michael’s collage C. Peter Slater is a professor of Divinity at Trinity collage in Toronto, Ontario.

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S. or applicable copyright law. Aug1lStine: From Rhetor to Theologian considers the interior man. This inward rum enables him and God to communicate with one another and, indeed, makes his Confessions possible. Internal Colurence - "cogt1oscam u ... sirot cognitus sum. " Why ctid Augustine write the Confessions? The answer to this question may be found in book ten. C. am, ticm cagnitus sum. , For Spengemann these words indicate an association between God and Augustine's rrue self. Furthermore, Augustine implies that be knows neither God nor his rrue self.

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