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St. Augustine

Summary: Discusses the life of St. Augustine. Describes his early life and conversion. Explores the significance of his book, Confessions of Saint Augustine.
Who is the man who wrote thirteen books confessing his sins for the world to read? Saint Augustine is who. Augustine has dared to go where no writer has before. He went deeper into his own character and deeds, passed keener judgments on himself, or revealed himself more fully and more humbly to others. His book is not only a most insightful psychological study and a unique document for understanding the spiritual life, but it is also a storehouse of thought for the philosopher and the theologian, and for others as well. In the subsequent essay, you will come to learn of Saint Augustine's life, his conversion process, and his confessions.

In Augustine's earlier years, many different people and curriculums influenced him. Augustine was born on November 13, 354 in Tagaste, Algeria. Augustine's father was a pagan and his mother was a devout catholic from childhood. His mother taught Augustine...

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