Augustine on the couch

For Catholics and Protestants alike, Augustine’s views of grace and freedom have set the theological agenda. His trinitarian theology, his account of evil and his views on the relationship between the church and secular government also continue to be the subject of fierce debate. Because of Augustine’s undoubted importance in Western Christianity, the supposed ills of that tradition are often foisted on him.

 

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