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Arelius Augustine aka Augustine of Hippo (354 A.D. – 430) is recognized as one of the great early Christian philosophers and theologians. At age 30 he was given a very prestigious academic position as the professor of rhetoric for the imperial court at Milan. Two years later he became a Christian and was eventually ordained as the Bishop of Hippo.  Augustine’s most notable writings are “Confessions” and “City of God”.  In all, he wrote 113 books and treatises as well as hundreds of letters and sermons.

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