Item #: 0925-0
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Translated & Edited by: Jules M. Brady, SJ
Copyright: 2002
First Printed: 07-24-2002

As in his earlier work, Newman for Everyone (Alba House, 1996), Fr. Brady introduces us in a very novel way to the thought of another of the most creative thinkers in the history of the Church, St. Augustine of Hippo. The 101 questions presented here cover a broad spectrum of ideas on the nature of God, evil, the self, teaching, death, heaven, the use of creatures, sin, grace, happiness, faith, love, peace, wisdom, prayer, the Mass and Christ. This little book, exemplifying how Augustine expressed Christ’s appeal to everyone has three purposes: to provide subjects for daily meditation, to encourage the reader to read the great works of St. Augustine, especially his Confessions and the City of God, and to provide a handy resource for the preparation of a homily or talk in which one may want to quote the faith-filled insights of this great saint.

The author of An Augustine Treasury, A Philosopher’s Search for the Infinite, An Aquinas Treasury, Inferring God’s Existence: Anselm, Aquinas and Kant and Newman for Everyone (ST PAULS Alba House, 1996), Jules M. Brady, SJ, has lectured widely in the United States, England, Canada, and Russia. Having just recently retired from teaching at Rockhurst College in Kansas City, he presently resides with the Jesuit Community at St. Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri. This is his second book for ST PAULS.

Book: 91 pages
ISBN-10: 0-8189-0925-0
ISBN-13: 978-0-8189-0925-2
Prod. Code: 0925-0


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