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The Confessions of Saint Augustine

Author Augustine of Hippo
Narrator Simon Vance
Runtime 12 Hrs. 48 Min. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date February 28, 2006
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The Confessions is at once the autobiographical account of Augustine's life of Christian faith and at the same time a compelling theology of Christian spirituality for everyone.

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Saint Augustine's contributions to Christian theology are second to no other post-apostolic author in the whole sweep of church history. Yet along side his doctrinal treatises, Augustine tells a story of his life devoted to Christ as his only satisfaction. The Confessions is at once the autobiographical account of Augustine's life of Christian faith and at the same time a compelling theology of Christian spirituality for everyone. Among the most important classics in Western literature, it continues to engage modern readers through Augustine's timeless illustrations and beautiful prose. Augustine's Confessions is a book to relish the first time through and then profoundly enjoy over a lifetime of revisiting.



This accessible and accurate Edward Bouverie Pusey translation of The Confessions comes alive with Simon Vance’s narration. Vance is an award-winning audiobook narrator with hundreds of titles to his credit, including classics by Charles Dickens, H. G. Wells, and Robert Louis Stevenson.



Version: Translated & Edited by Albert C. Outler Ph.D., D.D.

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A great production of an essential classic.
A great production of an essential classic.
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Review by / (Posted on 5/9/2018)
Too detailed and slow moving.
Too detailed and slow moving. So many small files, hard for me to keep track of on mp3 player.
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Review by / (Posted on 6/29/2016)
Very Interesting read
The language does require careful listening as the style is not modern. It is a glimpse into a world that is very different and yet very similar to today.

I enjoyed it and am more interested in what Christianity actually looked like in the days of the early church fathers.
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Review by / (Posted on 3/25/2014)
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