St Augustine, Too late I loved You, Beauty of Ancient Days quote #AncientOfDays #BrideOfChrist Confessions Love of Christ

St Augustine, Too late I loved You, Beauty of Ancient Days quote #AncientOfDays #BrideOfChrist Confessions Love of Christ

The Confessions of St. Augustine

The Confessions of St. Augustine

The Confessions of St. Augustine: Modern English Version, by Augustine, is free in the Kindle store and from Barnes & Noble, Kobo and ChristianBook, courtesy of Christian publisher Revell.

The Confessions of St. Augustine: Modern English Version, by Augustine, is free in the Kindle store and from Barnes & Noble, Kobo and ChristianBook, courtesy of Christian publisher Revell.

History's first rock star in that he was the first personality cult in history. A saint in the Orthodox Church, but somewhat controversial. This book is a must read for its deep and penetrating look into one man's personal search and struggle with God.

History's first rock star in that he was the first personality cult in history. A saint in the Orthodox Church, but somewhat controversial. This book is a must read for its deep and penetrating look into one man's personal search and struggle with God.

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Written between 397 and 398 CE, the Confessions of St. Augustine describes the author's spiritual journey to Christianity. It is the first Western autobiography, and has influenced Christian writers throughout the Middle Ages. Augustine tells of his youthful sexual improprieties, and tells why he rejected Manichaenism and Astrology, leading to his conversion to Christianity at age 32. The book also includes some important theological discussions, particularly the later chapters.--J.B. Hare

Written between 397 and 398 CE, the Confessions of St. Augustine describes the author's spiritual journey to Christianity. It is the first Western autobiography, and has influenced Christian writers throughout the Middle Ages. Augustine tells of his youthful sexual improprieties, and tells why he rejected Manichaenism and Astrology, leading to his conversion to Christianity at age 32. The book also includes some important theological discussions, particularly the later chapters.--J.B. Hare

Free Kindle Book -  [Biographies & Memoirs][Free] The  Confessions of St. Augustine

Free Kindle Book - [Biographies & Memoirs][Free] The Confessions of St. Augustine

The Confessions of St Augustine - Spiritual Literature - The Pocket Library 1958 - Antique Paperback Book - Catholic Book by notesfromtheattic on Etsy

The Confessions of St Augustine - Spiritual Literature - The Pocket Library 1958 - Antique Paperback Book - Catholic Book by notesfromtheattic on Etsy

“Too late have I loved Thee, O Lord; and behold, Thou wast within and I without, and there I sought Thee. Thou was with me when I was not with Thee. Thou didst call, and cry, and burst my deafness. Thou didst gleam, and glow, and dispell my blindness. Thou didst touch me, and I burned for Thy peace. For Thyself Thou hast made us, and restless our hearts until in Thee they find their ease. Late have I loved Thee, Thou Beauty ever old and ever new." From the Confessions of St Augustine

“Too late have I loved Thee, O Lord; and behold, Thou wast within and I without, and there I sought Thee. Thou was with me when I was not with Thee. Thou didst call, and cry, and burst my deafness. Thou didst gleam, and glow, and dispell my blindness. Thou didst touch me, and I burned for Thy peace. For Thyself Thou hast made us, and restless our hearts until in Thee they find their ease. Late have I loved Thee, Thou Beauty ever old and ever new." From the Confessions of St Augustine

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