Teaching Christianity - Study Edition

Translation and notes by Edmund Hill, OP, introduction by Prosper Grech, OSA, John E. Rotelle, OSA, editor
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SKU 978-1-56548-049-0
ISBN Number: 978-1-56548-049-0
Page Count: 259
Format: Paperback
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This work is intended to help preachers present biblical teachings in an effective manner.

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"In this work, traditionally translated as On Christian Doctrine, Augustine combines the pedagogical methods he learned from Greek and Roman writings with the content of the Christian faith to help preachers present biblical teachings in an effective manner. This new translation is lively and accessible.”

Library Journal

" De Doctrina Christiana is one of Augustine's most important and abidingly influential works. Essentially it is an exegetical manual or outline for an encyclopedic educational program for understanding, teaching and preaching the scriptures.”

Catholic Library World

"Hill's edition of Augustine's text includes a generous introduction composed of essays written by other leading scholars in the field. Subjects range from the pastoral theology of Teaching Christianity to the hermeneutical principles of Augustine's work. The volume is well done and, as Hill suggests, it might serve as a useful text in seminaries even today.”

Pastoral Life

"The lengthy introduction to critical issues, extensive notes, and scripture and subject indexes make it a valuable tool for eager students of the influential bishop of Hippo.”

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About the Author

Augustine of Hippo (354-430) is one of the greatest thinkers and writers of the Western world. After he converted to Christianity he became bishop of Hippo in North Africa, where he was influential in civil and church affairs. His writings have had a lasting impact on Western philosophy and culture.

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Price $29.95
Author Saint Augustine
Publication Date Apr 30, 1996
Format Paperback
Page Count 259