Augustine of Hippo

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Noun1.Augustine of Hippo - (Roman Catholic Church) one of the great Fathers of the early Christian churchAugustine of Hippo - (Roman Catholic Church) one of the great Fathers of the early Christian church; after a dramatic conversion to Christianity he became bishop of Hippo Regius in North Africa; St. Augustine emphasized man's need for grace (354-430)
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It may be so," said the bachelor; "but dubitat Augustinus.
There is a proposition almost like it in the AUGUSTINUS of the heresiarch Jansenius, whose book will sooner or later be burned by the hands of the executioner.
1 = Augustinus, Homilia de utilitate penitentia (Sermo 351.
The earliest work is On the Miracles of Holy Scripture by an exegete known as Augustinus Hibernicus.
Fenelon entre Descartes et Augustin"; Kurt Flasch, "Jean Leclerc uber Augustinus (1703)"; Udo Reinhold Jeck, "Die Disputatio Philosophica Gottfried Klingers.
Quia, ut dicit Augustinus, poena purgatorii multo gravior est qualibet temporali.
Finally, innovators are the winners: Johann Michael Sailer, Johann Baptist Hirscher, and even Franz Xaver Linsenmann get full treatment, while excepting Hermann Busenbaum and Liguori, the manualists (Jean-Pierre Gury, Antonio Ballerini, Jerome Noldin, Jozef Aertnys, Augustinus Lehmkuhl, etc.
SAINT-LAURENT, <<San Ambrosio de Milan, heroe, sabio y santo>>, AUGUSTINUS 36 (1991) 241; cfr.
71) And Mersenne, the first two chapters of whose L'impiete des deistes consist of a declamation in the Hermetic manner on the excellence of man, in a later chapter refers his reader for evidence of the piety of ancient philosophers to the De perenni philosophia (1540) of Augustinus Steuchus Eugubinus - a work which, presenting Mercurius Trismegistus as the "most ancient source" from whom the Greek philosophers derived their theology, also expounds his opinions in some detail.
Gott war fur Augustinus nicht nur in der Zeit des Suchens, sondern auch des theologischen Reifens das unwandelbare Sein' (p.
El Augustinus, que durante la vida de Jansen no habia sido publicado, vio la luz en Lovaina en 1640, dos anos despues de la muerte de su autor.
Tal es el origen del Augustinus, publicado en 1640, que dana ocasion a las condenas del jansenismo que --en todo caso-- debe distinguirse bien del pensamiento de sus protagonistas (5).