Back to Christian History & Biography
Member Login:    


My Account | About Us | Forgot password?

 

CH Blog | This Week in Christian History | Ask the Expert | CH Store
 

Related Channels
Christianity Today magazine
Books & Culture





Christian History Home > 2000 > Issue 67

Issue 67

Augustine & the Battle for Orthodoxy: Did You Know?
Misinterpreted for centuries, this painting now sheds light on Augustine and his remarkable life.


Augustine & the Battle for Orthodoxy: From the Editor - A Giant-But A Man
From the Editor


The Dark Heart Filled With Light
Augustine's early years reveal an intense, proud, and sensual man who yearned to know truth.


Book Review: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
To show how greatly God has changed him, Augustine tells all. What a fifth-century critic might have said.


The Bishop at Work
Augustine saw himself not as a saint, but as a pastor with a job to do.


A Tale of Two Cities
It's a shame about Rome, but wait—there's more! What a fifth-century critic might have said.


Augustine & the Battle for Orthodoxy: Christian History Timeline
A Christian History Timeline

Fighting Words
Forged in the heat of theological battle, Augustine's five most distinctive teachings remain controversial.


Semi-Augustinians
A few monks—and eventually most of the church—found both Augustine and Pelagius a little too extreme.


Augustine & the Battle for Orthodoxy: A Gallery of Influential Antagonists
Augustine's life and ministry were shaped by his encounters with these intellectual adversaries.


What Would Augustine Say?
The fifth-century theologian answers five crucial twenty-first-century questions.


Augustine & the Battle for Orthodoxy: Recommended Resources




Browse More ChristianHistory.net
Home  |  Browse by Topic  |  Browse by Period  |  The Past in the Present  |  Books & Resources

   RSS Feed   RSS Help








share this pageshare this page