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Saint Augustine's Confession

From Saint Augustine's Confession, what do you hear in the words of this man? How do they make you feel? How would/could/did his beliefs influence the newly formed Christian Church. How might they have affected gender roles?

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As you assess Augustine's Confessions, this topic is deep. However, I offer some of my personal notes to guide you:

From Saint Augustine's Confession, by its sheer title and content, it shows that Augustine is human and able to freely repent and acknowledges his faults. Thus, I hear and feel honesty, sincerity, and genuine faith resonate from his words. He seems to be sincere in his quest for redemption by admitting that his life had been sinful. Do you agree?

Although I ...

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Saint Augustine's Confession is analyzed.