The greatest Western philosopher for 1,000 years and with a dominant influence on the whole history of Christian theology, Augustine was born in what is now Algeria in AD 354. From his conversion in 386 to his death in 430, he remained a great teacher, church statesman and polemical theologian. Four hundred of his sermons survive, together with scores of letters and treatises, some still foundational to theology students today. His Confessions stands among the great classics of spiritual autobiography.
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