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141. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
John F. Monagle Friendship in St. Augustine’s Biography
142. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
Leo C. Ferrari Symbols of Sinfulness in Book II of Augustine’s “Confessions”
143. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
Franz Römer A Late Mediaeval Collection of Epistles Ascribed to Saint Augustine
144. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
John Thomas Newton, Jr. The Importance of Augustine’s Use of the Neoplatonic Doctrine of Hypostatic Union for the Development of Christology
145. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
F. Joachim von Rintelen Augustine: The Ascent in Value Towards God
146. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
Werner Beierwaltes Zu Augustins Metaphysik der Sprache
147. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
Robert E. Buckenmeyer Augustine and the Life of Man’s Body in the Early Dialogues
148. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
John A. Mourant Remarks on the De Immortalitate Animae
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Vernon J. Bourke Perler’s Contribution to Augustine Biography
150. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
Gerald Bonner Quid Imperatori Cum Ecclesia? St. Augustine on History and Society
151. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
Ernest L. Fortin Reflections on the Proper Way to Read Augustine the Theologian
152. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
Luc M. J. Verheijen The Straw, the Beam, the Tusculan Disputations and the Rule of Saint Augustine - On a Surprising Augustinian Exegesis
153. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
Annual Colloquium
154. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
Forthcoming Publications
155. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
The 1972 St. Augustine Lecture
156. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 2
Miscellanea
157. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 20
Marianne Djuth Fulgentius of Ruspe: The ‘Initium Bonae Voluntatis’
158. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 20
Michael J. Scanlon The Augustinian Tradition: A Retrieval
159. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 20
Pamela Jackson Ambrose of Milan as Mystagogue
160. Augustinian Studies: Volume > 20
Donald A. Cress Augustine’s Privation Account of Evil: A Defense