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Thirteen homilies of St. Augustine on St. John XIV in Ioh. Ev. Tractatus LXVII-LXXIX by Augustine of Hippo

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Published by Univ. Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

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  • Sermons, Latin

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Edition Notes

Statementwith trans. and notes by H. F. Stewart.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxix, 149 p.
Number of Pages149
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18839772M

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Jun 15,  · Thirteen homilies of St. Augustine on St. John XIV: in Ioh. Ev. Tractatus LXVII-LXXIX Item Preview Thirteen homilies of St. Augustine on St. John XIV: in Ioh. Ev. Tractatus LXVII-LXXIX by Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo. Publication date Topics Sermons, Latin PublisherPages: Jan 12,  · Author of Thirteen homilies of St Augustine on St John XIV, Against the academics, The political writings of St. Augustine, De excidio urbis Romae sermo, De libero arbitrio (libri tres) =, The happy life, Homilies on the Gospel according to St. John, Predestinacion of saintes. Thirteen homilies of St. Augustine on St John XIV / with translation and notes by H.F. Stewart; Nine sermons of Saint Augustine on the Psalms / translated and introduced by Edmund Hill; St. Augustine on the Psalms / translated and annotated by Scholastica Hebgin and Felicitas Corrigan. Mar 07,  · St. Augustine of Hippo: Homilies on the Gospel of St. John [St. Augustine of Hippo, Paul A. Boer Sr.] on tomsseweranddrainserviceoh.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Augustine was an indefatigable preacher. He considered regular preaching an indispensable part of the duty of a bishop. To his homilies we owe most of his exegetical labors. The homilies were delivered extempore5/5(3).

Introduction. This first Epistle of John, probably written at Ephesus near the close of the first century, the last utterance of the Spirit of inspiration, breathes the calmness of an assured hope, and that fullness of joy of which the Apostle would have his readers to be made partakers. Home > Fathers of the Church > Tractates on the Gospel of John (Augustine) > Tractate. Tractates (Lectures) on the Gospel of John Translated by John Gibb. From Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, First Series, Vol. 7. Edited by Philip Schaff. (Buffalo, NY: Christian Literature Publishing Co., Library of Fathers of the Holy Catholic Church, Homilies on the Gospel according to Saint John and his first Epistle, v2, by Saint Augustine of Hippo Library of Fathers of the Holy Catholic Church, Expositions on the Book of Psalms, v1, by Saint Augustine of Hippo. ST. AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO. St. Augustine who was born in the small town of Thagaste in the Roman province of Numidia, North Africa in is undoubtedly the greatest philosopher and theologian of Late Antiquity, and his Confessions together with City of God are classics in the Western Church. That book had a tremendous influence on.

Jan 12,  · Returning to the wisdom of St. Augustine can teach us how the homily helps fulfill the Church’s mission. 2. We will learn three lessons from this saint and Church Father from North Africa—and thereby discover three ways in which St. Augustine’s homilies are worthy of emulation. Thirteen Homilies of St. Augustine on St. John XIV () Invocation of Saints () Memoir of J. E. B. Mayor (), in a collection he edited of sermons of John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor. The Holiness of Pascal (), Hulsean Lectures; Francis Jenkinson, Fellow of . Oct 11,  · Homilies on the Gospel of John () (Works of Saint Augustine A Translation for the 21st Century) This new translation by Father Hill provides a very readable book which connects the Gospel of John to the experience of Augustine's audience. It is as timely today as it was when composed in the fifth century.5/5(1). John is a voice for a time, but Christ is the eternal Word from the beginning. This reading on the Birth of John the Baptist and the silence of Zechariah is an excerpt of a sermon of St. Augustine (Sermo , ; PL 38, ). It compares and contrasts Christ, the Word, with John, the voice who is the boundary between New and Old Testaments.