Confessions of Augustine: Confessions as Autobiography (Part 2 of 6)
Episode 2 • 25m
Dr. Elizabeth Klein and Dr. John Sehorn, professors at the Augustine Institute, walk through the culture shaping, famous work of The Confessions of Saint Augustine. This classic of western literature has shaped thought for over 1,500 years and is a spiritual masterpiece reflecting man's relationship with God.
Join these two patristic scholars as they help viewers learn how to read this classic text and draw from the riches of the spiritual life of doctor of the Church, Saint Augustine.
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